May 25, 2015

Project: Tiara Q44

Tiara Yachts engineers and designers introduce the first plan, profile and layouts of the new Q 44. The adventure sport cruiser, first revealed to the market as a concept during the 2015 Miami International Boat Show, now comes to life with real lines in the form of renderings. The purpose-built sport cruiser targets a sector of the market moving towards more outdoor entertainment and offers a generous amount of open space to bring along a large group of friends or family. The Q 44 project is designed around the very successful Tiara 44 Coupe hull. However, the luxurious interior living spaces are traded for more wide open deck and exterior seating while the over-night features below are softened a bit.  The single level deck lets you enjoy the Q 44 from the designated Island galley in the cockpit all the way to the bow. There you will find a cushioned love seat as well as additional house seats that make the area more than just another place to anchor and throw lines. It becomes a space where family and friends can post up and enjoy the outdoors. The bridge deck opens to the cockpit and features two electrically-actuated sliding doors port and starboard. The doors, when closed, provide weather protection from the elements during the run to and from your destination and allow guests to freely move throughout the bridgedeck, cockpit space and bow areas. The beauty of the exterior layout is that it can accommodate a large group of people and everyone can find room for their favorite activities and enjoyment. Underneath it all is the solid heritage of Tiara Yachts. The build, the bluewater performance of the 44 hull, and the quality in craftsmanship synonymous with the Tiara brand. Hull number one of the luxury dayyacht will be powered by Volvo Penta’s IPS system and 435hp engines, complete with joystick driving and glass cockpit. The Q 44 will also be available with straight drives featuring joystick docking at a later date. Performance is expected to match that of the Tiara 44 Coupe which reaches max speed of 30 knots with the same engines.