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Heavily constructed, conservatively styled, and elegantly appointed, the Tiara 4300 Open was one of the largest production sportboats available when she was introduced in 1991. Built on a beamy modified-V hull, the Open has enough built-in luxury to satisfy family cruisers and a cockpit large enough to meet the demands of hardcore anglers. The belowdeck accommodations are opulent (by the standards of her day, of course) with light ash joinery, leather upholstery, teak-and-holly sole, hydraulically operated dinette, and a spacious master stateroom with a walkaround island bed and built-in TV. Topside, the huge bi-level cockpit—reinforced for a mounted chair—comes with in-deck storage compartments, fresh and raw water washdowns, coaming bolsters, and a beefy transom door with gate. Additional features include a well-designed helm console with room for flush-mounting an array of electronics, wide side decks, excellent engine room access, and a foldaway bench seat at the transom. Note that in 1999 the cockpit seating was rearranged. Cruise at 24–25 knots with 550hp 6V92 diesels (30+ top). Later models with 660hp Cats cruise at 26–27 knots.
Overview Dual-purpose express with fishboat cockpit, cruise-friendly accommodations met Tiara standards for engineering excellence, state-of-the-art construction.
Features Standard interior with convertible L-shaped lounge, convertible dinette sleeps six; optional layout with enlarged salon sleeps four. Note hydraulic salon operated dinette, elegant teak-and-holly sole.
Comments Cockpit redesign in 1999 featured fold-down rear seat, direct access to engineroom.
Performance Cruise at 25 knots with 550hp GM 6V92s; 26-27 knots with 660hp Cats.