Tiara Yachts

$275,000

Clean, Highly Updated and Serviced
This is the one. Highly proven design and build. This will serve your fishing and cruising demands. Her twin Cummins QSB 5.9 380 hp engines are ideal, 1,872 hours. The complete 1,000 hour service performed by the professionals at Al Grover's in April 2023. Including NEW aftercoolers, oil coolers, heat exchangers, sea water pumps and pulleys and impellers, oil return pipes plus hoses and other parts. Clean. Spare propellers included. Westerbeke 5 kw generator, 300 hours. Single fuel tank with fills on both sides.
Acceleration: 600 to 2800 RPM: 13 seconds, Optimum Cruise Speed: 30.9 mph @ 2600, 33.7 mph @ 2800 , Range at Optimum Cruise: 420 / 392 statute milesSeller chose to cruise 24 KT at 2400 RPM. You can cruise 26 KT at 2600 RPM, 26.5 GPH, 1.17 MPG, range 420 statute miles.
2018-NEW Dual 7610 XSV Garmins, dual GT51 transducers SideScan, DownVu, Traditional plus close dome radar installed.2020-NEW Garmin auto pilot and 215 vhf installed, Flexiteek installed.
2022-NEW duckbill valves for head; new bilge pump; NEW batteries 5; NEW engine sea cock; NEW wash down sea cock.2023-NEW Upholstery with diamond pattern. Canvas covers. Aft full cockpit cover-Always kept covered.Seller purchased her in September 2017 in Maryland after full boat and engines surveys confirmed high condition. Clean. Used in local waters for light inshore fishing and day cruising, not overnights and extended voyages. Her bow thruster and inboard engines with torque make boat handling very easy in all situations. Full aft cover keeps the boat clean, drop curtains, seat covers. Full Service client-dockage, storage and service at Al Grover's. Clean, Ready.
Our Experience Improves Your Experience. Get it Right at Al Grover's.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Tiara Yachts
Model:36
Year: 2006
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Designer: Slikkers
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 38.92 ft
Waterline Length: 10.97
Beam: 13.25 ft
Bridge Clearance: 9.83 ft
Dry Weight: 19,100 lb

Engines/ Speed

Engines: 2
  • Make: Cummins
  • Fuel: diesel
  • Engine Power: 760 hp

Office


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Freeport, NY, US
Tel:516-606-5229
Performance Report by Tiara Yachts
3600 Open
Twin Cummins® QSB5.9 Diesels, 380hp
PERFORMANCE REPORT
Date tested: 2/1/2004 Test Engineer: Mike Ward, Jeff Emch
Hull Number: SSUR6001K305
Location: Ft. Pierce, FL - Intercoastal Waterway
Weather: Partly Sunny, Wind WNW @ 10-15mph, 6" chop
Water / Air Temp: Water 64 deg / Air 73 deg

Propeller: Michigan Wheel EPX-300 23x30 #7 cup Nibral
Gear Ratio: 2:04:01
Fuel Capacity: 400 gallons
Fuel/Water/Waste: 100%/100%/100%
People on Board: 4 people
Gear on Board: 350 lbs.

PERFORMANCE:
Acceleration: 600 to 2800 RPM: 13 seconds
Optimum Cruise Speed: 30.9 mph @2600, 33.7 mph @ 2800
Range at Optimum Cruise: 420 / 392 statute miles
RPM MPH Knots GPH MPG dB,A Trim Angle Estimated Range (Statue Miles)
550 5.1   4.4 0.7 7.34 63 0.0 2641
600 5.5   4.8 1.0 5.62 66 0.0 2024
800 6.9   6.0 2.0 3.45 71 0.5 1240
1000 8.2 7.1 3.0 2.71 77 0.8 977
1200 9.1 7.9 4.6 1.96 79 2.5 706
1400 9.7 8.5 7.0 1.40 80 4.0 503
1600 10.3 8.9 11.7 0.87 81 6.0 314
1800 15.4 13.4 14.6 1.05 81 5.3 379
2000 19.3 16.8 18.3 1.06 84 6.0 381
2200 23.4 20.3 21.3 1.10 84 6.3 395
2400 27.6 24.0 23.5 1.17 83 5.8 423
2600 30.9 26.9 26.5 1.17 84 5.0 420
2700 32.4 28.1 28.9 1.12 85 4.8 404
2800 33.7 29.3 31.0 1.09 85 4.5 392
2900 35.1 30.5 33.3 1.05 87 4.3 378
3000 36.4 31.7 35.6 1.02 88 4.3 369
3060 37.4 32.5 37.8 0.99 88 4.0 356

Comments: Boat equipped with a hardtop and generator. Front & side isinglass installed.
All data is the average of two direction runs (North & South).

Note:
Speed determined by GPS, GPH based on the total usage for the engines. MPG computed from MPH and GPH figures shown.
Range based on calculated MPG and 90% of total fuel capacity. The Performance data shown above should be considered valid
only for the specific boat whose serial number is shown and on the date this test was performed.
Many factors may affect actual performance obtained on this boat or on similar boats. These include but are not limited to,
installation of certain options such as tuna towers, hard tops, vessel loading and trim, weather and sea conditions, engine and boat condition,
propeller condition, water temperature, altitude, manufacturing tolerances, etc. Tiara Yachts make no guarantees
whatsoever that this performance will be repeated on this boat at a later date or at any time on a similarly equipped boat.
Horsepower ratings are determined using the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) method of calibration.
Original Options at Build
Premium Interior with Almond Ultraleather, Countertops are Fossil, Headboard/Keeper in Ivory, Quilt, Shams Swim platform with built in ladder Cockpit and Upper Cockpit carpet [seller has the original in storage] Helm Seat with Wet Bar, Aft seat Cockpit table, stores under master berth
Icemaker [seller removed and installed storage cabinet with drawers in lieu]
Curved Companion lounge with cooler, Jump seat, Aft seat Transom fold down lounge Generator Spotlight Oil Changer Solid Teak & Holly Cabin Sole Raw Water Washdown in anchor locker Hardtop with side enclosures Drop Curtain 3 piece Aft Curtain White Stamoid
Power & Motoryacht Review
Tiara 3600 Open
Not long after I’d topped off our 400-gallon composite fuel tank, I noticed the slip where I was supposed to dock our Tiara 3600 Open stern-to was configured a little differently. Instead of being perpendicular to the concrete bulkhead that constituted its inner end, the thing was angled toward the mouth of the fairway and the river beyond. If you’re old enough to remember diagonal, side-by-side
Tiara
3600 Open
Specs
Year 2004
LOA 38’11”
Beam 13’3”
Draft 3’5”
Fuel Capacity (in Gallons) 400

Standard Power 2/385-hp Crusader 8.1MPI gasoline inboards
Optional Power 2/380-hp Cummins QSB5.9 diesel inboards
Controls Teleflex dual-lever mechanical
Weight 15850 pounds
Steering Teleflex hydraulic

Not long after I’d topped off our 400-gallon composite fuel tank, I noticed the slip where I was supposed to dock our Tiara 3600 Open stern-to was configured a little differently. Instead of being perpendicular to the concrete bulkhead that constituted its inner end, the thing was angled toward the mouth of the fairway and the river beyond. If you’re old enough to remember diagonal, side-by-side parking for cars, you get the idea.

Anyway, I made my approach with a vague sense of uneasiness, mostly because I was going into what seemed like an oddball lash-up with an unfamiliar boat under conditions that weren’t ideal. While the breeze was light, the current was serious—I could see it stacking up against the outboard edges of some nearby pilings and setting quite sportily across the mouth of the slip. A salty-looking sales guy from Allied Richard Bertram Marine Group of Naples, Florida, the Tiara dealer that had made the 3600 available for a couple of days, strolled over to sit on a nearby dock box. He yawned, evincing the maddening composure of linehandlers the world over.

I gave him a smile. Then, to get a feel for the 3600’s maneuvering characteristics prior to actually maneuvering her, I stopped the boat short of my destination by pulling her big, silky Teleflex mechanical gear-shift levers into reverse, then returning them to neutral. The effect was smooth and satisfying: The boat simply paused politely, leaving me to wonder exactly what parameters might be at the bottom of such endearing behavior. Sweet balance? Big wheels? A deep gear ratio? Or some combination of all three? As the current pushed the boat ahead, I quickly discovered I could both restrain and play with the 3600 by simply bumping her clutches into and out of gear—a delightful and educational process, like dancing with a gifted partner.

“What a sweetheart!” I told myself, having rapidly achieved the confidence to cooly move on. Doing the necessary twin-screw pirouette at the mouth of the slip was pure, heart-gladdening fun, mostly thanks to the ergonomically savvy setup of the helm station, which let me face aft comfortably while working the dual-lever sticks. The 3600 slid into the slip with a precision that was as gratifying as it was impressive. “Ya’ make it look easy,” grinned the sales guy as he tossed a line into the cockpit.

I shut the mains down soon after—my dockside-examination time was limited. Once the dealership folks had finished stocking the 3600 with soda, ice, Willie Nelson CDs, and other traveling necessities, we were headed south for a slip at the Galleon Marina in Key West. I was anxious to sea trial the boat in open water, but I was also antsy to take a look at her engine room and interior.

I commenced with the engine room, accessed via a day hatch in the bridge deck between the helm and companion seats or by activating a set of electric rams that elevate the entire bridge deck on hinges.

I chose the latter arrangement, but found it a bit tight. To squeeze my 170-pound, 5’11” frame into the test boat’s machinery spaces, I had to first crawl in on all fours, rotate with care on a StarBoard entry step, and then, while keeping my head low, drop down between the engines while facing aft. “You can pull the pins on the actuators,” explained the sales guy, “which lets you swing the bridge deck farther back for more head room.”

Aspects of engineering I observed from my hard-fought vantage point were solid, although I was a bit surprised to see no soundbox for the Westerbeke genset, which was installed between the mains, under the StarBoard step. Serviceability under tight space constraints was the concern here, a Tiara rep explained by phone after the test. I liked what I could see of the twin gel-cell battery-bank system, however--two for engine start and three for house usage. Lots of battery firepower is always good. I was also pleased to see time-tested mufflers from Centek Industries—they’re popular with all sorts of boatbuilders these days—and big, 100-amp alternators.

I toured the interior while the dealership guys were winding up. With a queen-berth stateroom forward and everything else aft, including a dinette that converts to a double berth to starboard and a head and galley area opposite, the layout reminded me of other express-type cruisers I’ve tested over the years. Moreover, the fit and finish of the teak joinery throughout was precise, stowage spaces beneath the teak-and-holly sole were clean and smoothly gelcoated, and the galley was an eminently workable one, with Corian countertops and a long list of top-of-the-line mainstream standards.

Hitting the trail to Key West entailed transiting the busy Gordon River to get to the Gulf of Mexico. In some spots, I had to put the 3600 on plane to make time. In others, conditions dictated displacement speeds. While the boat ran smoothly between these modes, she evinced a problem I’ve seen in other express types with engines and fuel tanks well aft to boost interior space: Visibility forward while coming out of the hole was limited, making it occasionally difficult to keep tabs on PWCs in the channel. I noted another problem as well—our running lights were mounted on the bow pulpit. I say, put them on the radar arch, where they’ll be higher and easier to see.

Performance was excellent once we entered the Gulf, though. The ride was soft, dry, and speedy (average top hop: 39 mph) in modest, two- to three-foot seas. Sightlines were fine with the bow tabbed down, and the Teleflex steering was as silky-smooth as the engine controls. Additionally, our optional twin 380-hp Cummins diesels ran like rabbits: quiet, vibration-free, and, increasingly important these days, squeaky clean and fuel-efficient. With modern diesels evincing many of the same positive characteristics that once hallmarked only gasoline powerplants, today’s boat buyer simply has to consider them.

I completed my long-haul sea trial of Tiara’s 3600 Open with a certain symmetry. Backing into the slip at the Galleon was just as much fun—and just as easy—as backing into the slip in Naples.

“Nice-handlin’ boat,” I exclaimed at last. It’s a compliment I never use lightly.

The Boat
Standard Equipment

Curved composite windshield; fold-down transom lounge; Maxwell VWC800 windlass; Ritchie magnetic compass; VDO Ocean instrumentation; SeaKey pre-wire; Clarion AM/FM stereo/CD player w/remote, amplifier, subwoofer, and 4/speakers; Bose 3-2-1 entertainment system; 2/Sharp Aquos flat-screen TVs; Corian countertops; Force 10 two-burner cooktop; Isotherm refrigerator; Emerson microwave oven; Black & Decker coffee maker; VacuFlush MSD; 12,000-Btu Marine Air a/c; Charles Industries 50-amp 5000 Series battery charger; Racor fuel/water separators; Centek Industries mufflers; Bennett trim tabs
Optional Equipment

ACR spotlight; SeaKey telematics; hardtop w/front and side enclosures and 2/hatches w/Ocean Air screens; teak-and-holly saloon sole; MSD macerator; Reverso oil-change system; 5-kW Westerbeke genset; 4/Lee rod holders; p&s gunwale rod-stowage lockers
The Test
Test Boat Specifications

Test Engine: 2/380-hp Cummins QSB5.9 diesel inboards
Transmission/Ratio: ZF220A/E/2.04:1
Props: 23x30 3-blade Michigan Wheel EPX-300 Nibral
Saltwater Sportsman
Tiara Yachts 3600 Open, By Saltwater Sportsman Staff, Updated: September 21, 2007

The new 3600 Open from Tiara has professional-grade design amenities for fishing or cruising. At 36′ 5″ and carrying 13′ 3″ of beam, the 3600 features over 70 square feet of unobstructed cockpit space. With port and starboard aft-facing seats, two in-deck insulated fish/storage boxes, fresh and raw-water washdowns, padded coaming bolsters, cockpit shower and fold-down transom seat, the 3600 is capable of serious fishing. The helm deck has a portside L-shaped lounge with insulated cooler and storage, along with a wet bar behind the helm seat. The helm itself has a large panel for mounting electronics and tilts forward for access to the backside of the electronics and gauge panels.

Belowdecks the 3600 has solid-wood floors, teak-veneer cabinetry with brushed stainless-steel hardware, and a molded-fiberglass head. The portside galley features a recessed, two-burner cooktop, Corian countertops, microwave oven, coffee maker, refrigerator/freezer and storage galore. The U-shaped dinette converts into a double berth, and the backrest flips up to create a Pullman berth. The forward private master stateroom has a queen-sized island bunk with storage, hanging lockers and built-in flat-panel TV. Available with either twin Crusader 8.1 MPI 385-hp gas engines or twin Cummins QSB5.9 380-hp diesel powerplants, the 3600 is engineered for performance.
Tiara 2006 Standards, Options
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SPECIFICATIONS
L.O.A. without Standard Pulpit ...
36'5" - 11.0 meters
L.O.A. with Standard Pulpit ...
38'11" - 11.9 meters
Beam ... 13'3" - 4.04 meters
Draft (with Props) ... 3'5" - 1.04 meters
Approximate Dry Weight ...
19,100 lbs. - 8,663.6 kg
Height from Waterline to Top of
Windshield...8'9"
Height from Waterline to Top of
Optional Hardtop...9'10"
Standard Fuel Capacity ...
400 U.S. gallons - 1,514 liters
Sleeping Accommodations ... 5
Water Capacity ...
70 U.S. gallons - 265 liters
Holding Tank Capacity ...
30 U.S. gallons - 113.56 liters
Cockpit Size ...
Upper: 56 sq. ft. - 5.2 sq. meters
Lower: 72 sq. ft. - 6.7 sq. meters
Deadrise at Transom ... 18o
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
HULL, DECK AND UPPER COCKPIT
• Fresh white gelcoat hull and deck
• Tiara Yachts' transferable 5-year limited
warranty on hull and deck
• Constructed with a gelcoat outer layer,
and hand-laid fiberglass with a special
blended premium resin
• Custom wood composite stringers
integrated to hull
• Bronze seacocks on all underwater thruhull
fittings.
• Transom exhaust
• Molded-in hullside ventilation
• Bennett Marine® recessed trim tabs
• Black gelcoat boot line with gold accent
• Six S.S. oval custom opening port lights
with screens
• Tiara custom diamond pattern non-skid
deck and cockpit surfaces
• Molded-in fiberglass bow pulpit with S.S.
roller system
• Automatic rope/chain anchor windlass
system with operation from foredeck foot
pedal and remote switch at helm
• Flush forward anchor rode locker with
overboard drain
• Foredeck cleat
• One-piece welded, 316L S.S. bow rail
with pulpit, Tiara burgee and staff
• Two (2) 10" 316L S.S. spring cleats
• Four (4) 12" 316L S.S. for bow and stern
lines
• Two cockpit fender cleats
• 316L S.S. rub rail
• Three flush cast aluminum and acrylic
forward deck hatches with adjusters and
built-in Ocean Air® screens and privacy
covers
• Tiara custom curved composite windshield
with tempered safety glass, safety
handrails, opening center section and 3
washers/wipers
• Tiara hinged helm console (Charcoal Gray)
with full flush mount electronics capability
and 12V accessory outlet
• Acrylic sliding companionway door with
lock, built-in screen, and privacy cover
• Fiberglass companion door shroud with
molded-in navigation chart area and
drink holders
• Upper cockpit cool air helm blower
• Drop-down engine room access hatch from
the upper cockpit
• Helm seat forward with center wet bar,
storage below, and aft facing seat. Helm
seat is electrically actuated fore and aft.
• Port curved companion seat with jump seat,
cooler, storage, and aft facing seat
• 120V outlet
• Clarion® AM/FM/CD stereo with remote,
amp, subwoofer, and 4 cockpit speakers
• Helm/console and seat covers
LOWER COCKPIT
• Fiberglass covering boards
• Cockpit coaming bolsters
• Two chrome bronze corner hawse pipes
• Molded-in transom door and gate
• Molded-in cockpit steps, port and
starboard
• Transom fold-down lounge
• Cockpit courtesy lights
• Self-draining cockpit with scupper drains
• Dockside water inlet
• Cockpit shower, hot and cold water
• Fresh water washdown outlet with 25 ft.
coiled blue hose
• Raw water washdown outlet with 25 ft.
coiled yellow hose
• Two (2) flush floor storage tanks
• 120V outlet
INTERIOR GROUP
• Mold and mildew resistant vinyl hull
and headliner
• Teak interior - NOTE: Variations in
Teak wood grain are natural, and cannot
be controlled in the manufacturing process
• Teak hardwood floor
• 12V and 120V lighting
• 120V outlets throughout
SALON
• Starboard U-shaped dinette with seating for
4-5, table, and storage compartments
below. Converts to single upper/lower
berth and/or double lower berth with a
backrest cushion serving as a filler cushion.
• Fiberglass companionway steps with
teak hardwood tread and storage compartments
below
• S.S. companionway handrail
GALLEY
STD HELM
SEAT W/
WET BAR
AND AFT
SEAT
• Overhead storage cabinets
• Sharp® Aquos 15" LCD TV
• Marine Air Systems® 12,000 BTU air
conditioner with reverse cycle heat
• Bose® 3-2-1 media system, includes DVD/
CD player
GALLEY
• Corian® countertop
• Stainless steel undermount sink
• Recessed two-burner electric cooktop
• Exhaust fan
• Coffee maker
• Microwave oven
• AC/DC refrigerator/freezer
• Upper storage cabinets
• Under counter storage
MASTER STATEROOM
• Double pedestal berth with inner spring
mattress, quilt and shams. Storage
compartments under berth with manual
actuator.
• Sharp® Aquos 13" flat screen LCD TV
• Cable TV/phone outlet
• Port locker with 2 storage compartments
• Starboard hanging locker, cedar lined
• Hullside shelves and upper hullside storage
cabinets, port and starboard
• Two reading lights, independently switched
HEAD
• Corian® countertop with integrated sink
• Storage compartment below sink
• Mirrored vanity above sink
• Full frame wood doors
• Vacu-flush® toilet with holding tank
• Full fiberglass head and shower curtain and
shower sump pump
• Ventilation blower (drawing from salon)
• Exhaust fan
INSTRUMENTATION, EQUIPMENT
AND SAFETY
• Tiara custom 12V and 120V electrical
system with master distribution panel
• Two (2) 120V 30 amp 65' shore power
cords with adapter
• Cable TV/phone inlet and cabin outlets with
65' shore power cord
• TV and AM/FM antennas
• Charles® battery charger (1), 50 amp
• 12V two bank battery system with
batteries and battery switches (2 engine
batteries and 3 house batteries)
• Battery parallel system
• Reverse polarity indicator
• High output 100 amp alternators
• Electrical bonding system
• Teleflex® twin mechanical engine controls
• Teleflex® hydraulic steering system with
20" S.S. destroyer wheel
• Bronze axe head rudders and struts
• Armco® Aquamet S.S. prop shafts
• Water cooled shaft logs
• Two Nibral® propellers
• Zincs, transom and shafts
• Dual VDO Ocean® engine instrumentation
(gas engines): fuel level,
tachometers, voltage, oil temperature,
hour meters, engine oil pressure,
transmission oil pressure and rudder angle
indicator
Note: Cummins® QSB5.9 engine option
includes Smartcraft engine monitor system
& the following VDO Ocean® engine
instrumentation: fuel level, voltage, oil
pressure, and rudder angle indicator
• SeaKey® ready (pre-wired)
• Ritchie® 5" SS-2000 compass
• Three windshield wipers with washers
• Fresh water cooling, main engines
• Engine room insulation
• Two Racor® fuel filters/water separators
• Two raw water intake strainers
• 12V engine room lights
• Electric engine hatch actuators
• Twin Vernay® mufflers
• Two bilge blowers
• Three automatic bilge pumps with
monitors at helm - 1 automatic forward,
1 auto/manual mid, and 1 auto/manual aft
• Composite fuel tank with electric
gauge
• 70 gallon fresh water tank
• 6 gallon water heater with exchanger
• Fresh water tank/holding tank monitor
• Air horn
• FE-241 fire extinguisher system,
engine room and hand-held fire
extinguishers
• Carbon monoxide detectors
• Smoke detector
• Six 5/8" x 30' black dock lines
• Coast Guard Safety and Medical Kit
• Tiara Life Vests (4)
• NMMA Yacht Certification
• U.S.C.G. and International lighting
• U.S.C.G. and B.I.A. ventilation
• CE (European) Certification
TRANSOM
DOOR
STD
CURVED
COMPANION
SEAT
W/ AFT
SEAT
DINETTE/
DOUBLE
BERTH
QUEEN
BERTH
HEAD
WITH
SHOWER
ANCHOR
LOCKER
HANGING
LOCKER
STEPS
STD
AFT
FOLDDOWN
LOUNGE
STD COCKPIT
FLOOR
BOXES
OPTIONAL
SWIM
PLATFORM
ENGINE GROUP
Twin Crusader® 8.1MPI Gas, 385 H.P.
Twin Cummins® QSB5.9 Diesels,
380 H.P. (w/ Smartcraft® engine
monitoring system)
FABRIC SELECTION
Spring Mist Bisque
Oasis Celadon Bronze
Salsa
CORIAN® SELECTION
Ecru Camel
ULTRALEATHERTM SELECTION
Sand Silk
Almond
LEATHER UPGRADE.......................6,720
Oyster Snowcorn
Ivory
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
HULL, DECK, & COCKPIT GROUP
Cockpit Carpet (Charcoal)
Upper cockpit only ..................... 440
Upper & lower cockpit ................ 880
Custom Color Bootline with
Gold Accent .................................... 1,550
30" Swim Platform w/Built-in
Ladder .............................................. 3,200
Anti-Fouling Bottom
Paint (Black) ................................... 2,630
Helm Seat Forward w/ Center Wet
Bar, StorageBelow, and Aft Seat ........ Std
Ice Maker for Helm Seat Locker in
lieu of Center Storage ...................... 1,830
Refrigerator for Helm Seat Locker in
lieu of Center Storage ...................... 1,550
Curved Companion Lounge with Cooler,
Storage and Aft Facing Seat ................ Std
Upper Cockpit Table for Curved
Companion Lounge ............................ 820
Transom Fold-Down Lounge ............. Std
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NOTE: Specifications are based on available information at time
of printing. Actual specifications may vary. Tiara Yachts
reserves the right to change product line specifications,
equipment, color schemes, and pricing, or to discontinue models
at any time without notice or obligation.
MECHANICAL GROUP
Generator
Gas, Westerbeke® 5kw ............ 13,960
Diesel, Westerbeke® 5kw ....... 14,420
Heart Interface® Freedom 20 Inverter,
DC/AC
Gas ............................................. 3,710
Diesel ......................................... 6,290
Automatic All Chain Anchor Windlass
System (in lieu of standard rope
windlass) ......................................... 2,280
ACR® RCL50 Remote
Spotlight .......................................... 1,550
Bow Hardtop
ACR® RCL100 Remote
Spotlight .......................................... 2,170
Bow Hardtop
Glendinning® Engine Synchronizer
(gas engines only; std w/ diesel) ..... 2,270
Glendinning® Electronic Engine
Controls (Cummins only) ............... 9,240
Oil Changing System ...................... 1,600
Sea Key® Telematics System .......... 2,140
Fresh Water Washdown for Anchor
Locker ................................................. 470
Raw Water Washdown for Anchor
Locker ................................................. 470
Macerator System for Head ........... 1,340
Raymarine® Electronics
Package .......................................... 23,900
• (2) C80 8.4" Multi-Function Color
Displays
• Ray 230 Modular VHF Radio
• DSM350 Digital Sounder Module
• Speed, Depth, Temperature Transducers
• ST60 Graphic Display
• ST6001 S2G Smart Pilot Autopilot
INTERIOR GROUP
Teak Interior ....................................... Std
Solid Teak Cabin Sole ......................... Std
Solid Teak and Holly Cabin Sole .... 1,190
Clarion® 6 Disc Changer for Standard
Cockpit Stereo ................................... 660
Tiara Bath Towels ............................. 100
TOURNAMENT SERIES OPTIONS
Hardtop w/ Rod Holders, Spreader
Lights, 2 Composite Hatches, and
Front & Side Enclosures ............. 23,700*
Rupp® 26 ft. Outriggers for
Tournament Hardtop ...................... 6,370
Aluminum Bow Rail (in lieu of Standard
Stainless Steel Bow Rail) ........................ N/C
Bait Prep Center (in lieu of Aft Facing
Seat on Curved Companion
Lounge) ............................................... 3,970*
Rod Holders, Lee® (4) ...................... 540*
Port Gunnel & Rod Storage Locker . 930*
Stbd Gunnel & Rod Storage Locker 930*
Macerator for Standard Cockpit
Flush Floor Storage Tanks ............... 620*
Transom Baitwell, 36 gallons (in lieu
of Standard Transom Fold-Down
Lounge) ............................................... 1,420*
* Special Retail Price of $27,900 for These
Options if Ordered as a Package
WEATHER GROUP
Canvas Color (Stamoid®)
White Sand
Cruising Radar/Antenna Arch ......... 9,220
(Includes: Top, Filler, & Side Curtains)
Hardtop w/ Front & Side Enclosures
and 2 Hatches w/ Built-In Ocean Air®
Privacy Covers and Screens .......... 15,100
Aft Curtain ...................................... 1,700
3 Piece Drop Curtain ...................... 1,700
MISCELLANEOUS OPTIONS
Cradle .............................................. 3,290
Spare Props (pr)
Gas ............................................. 4,380
Diesel ......................................... 4,900
Spare Prop Shaft & Coupling
Gas ............................................. 1,650
Diesel ......................................... 3,400
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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