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An innovative yacht when she was introduced in 1994, the 4000 Express was the first midcabin design ever built by Tiara. With her sleek profile, lush interior and wide-open cockpit, the 4000 became a popular model during her production years in spite of a seriously upmarket price. With her wide 14'6"" beam, the accommodations are spacious for a 40-footer. A huge salon lounge will seat a small crowd around the extendable table, and the open galley includes a separate freezer and tremendous storage. Both staterooms define Tiara luxury, and the midcabin area has a full 7 feet of headroom and a small head hidden beneath a cushioned seat. (Note that an alternate floorplan introduced in 1994 has an enlarged salon but no aft cabin.) Twin transom doors lead down to the extended swim platform, and built into the transom is a large, hydraulically opened storage trunk. The center section of the cockpit sole lifts for engine access. Additional features include radar arch, foredeck sun pad, electric helm seat and a cockpit wet bar. Twin 450hp Cummins (or 435hp Cat) diesels cruise the Tiara 4000 Express at 2324 knots (high 20s top).
Overview Upscale cruising yacht from one of America's premier builders enjoys enviable reputation for quality construction, owner satisfaction.
Features Standard midcabin interior with two heads, open galley sleeps six; alternate floorplan offers greatly expanded salon but no aft cabin. Twin transom doors open to extended swim platform; transom trunk stows bikes, dive equipment. Center section of cockpit sole lifts for engine access.
Comments Hardtop was a popular option.
Performance Cruise at 23-34 knots with 450hp Cummins or Cat diesels (high 20s top).