October 2, 2013

New Model: Tiara 50 Coupe

Its an interesting story at the moment if you are a customer looking for a sport cruiser or yacht around the fifty feet length and with pods drives, as the market has in the last couple of months been filled with offers from some quality renowned builders, three of which have never offered such a package in this size.  Tiara a high quality labelled production builder from the USA presents this great looking new 50 Coupe, featuring an unmistakable conservative yet contemporary styling outside.  I am loving that flared bow for example, but also the design of the coach roof and the hard top has a certain simplicity which tells you to keep looking for ever.  In this new 50 Coupe Tiara shows meticulous planning for the boater; huge bathing platform with wet-bar, large aft cockpit, fully enclosed interior main deck with full all around panoramic views, and astern galley.  Down below the intelligence of the 50 Coupe layout not only for featuring a full beam owners room a standard in cruisers of this size nowadays and more so in IPS powered yachts, but most important for the choice of having a wash-room or this to be replaced by a third bunk cabin.  Last and not least is the details which surprise in this Tiara 50 Coupe like the saloon sofa, or aft deck settee which have a quality style home grade look and feel. Standard power for the Tiara is Volvo 600hp or optional 725hp, with both engines propelled with IPS forward looking pod drives.      
Technical Data:
LOA - 16.6 m (54.6ft)
Beam - 4.85 m
Draft - 1.37 m
Displacement - 21,418 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 2649 l
Water Capacity - 757 l
Accommodation - 4 berths in cabins, or 6 berths in 3 cabins choice, optional 1 berth crew cabin aft
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 600hp, D11B2 725hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS800 or 950 pod drives
Speed - 35 knots max   
Hull - modified Vee with 14.8 degrees dead-rise aft
Construction - Hand laminated solid fibreglass bottom with balsa cored sides and closed cell for topsides. Gelcoat outer layerm and premium resins used.

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