Apart from her quality construction and superb finish, the chief
attribute of the Tiara 4200 Open is her ability to serve equally
well as a cruising yacht or sport fishing boat. Tiara has been building
practical, dual-purpose express yachts like this for years. No
surprise, then, that the 4200 Open raised the bar for boats of her
type when she was introduced in 2003. She’s built on a steep deadrise
modified-V hull with prop pockets and a wide 14-foot, 11-
inch beam.The floor plan adds a starboard lounge with privacy
enclosure, a second stateroom. The layout includes Tiara’s
satin-finished teak joinery and traditional teak-and-holly sole offer
a pleasant contrast to the high-gloss cherry interiors found in most
express yachts. The 4200’s spacious 85-square-foot cockpit—with
coaming bolsters, fresh and raw water washdowns, storage boxes
and foldaway rear seat—could be factory-configured for fishing
with an optional live well and bait prep station. Note the fiberglass
windshield frame and distinctive reverse transom. Cummins 715hp
diesels cruise at 28 knots (32–33 knots top).
The 4200 Open is nothing shy of breathtaking. The sloping sheerline, gently contoured transom, and sleek composite windshield frame are design elements that make this flagship Open yacht stand alone in its class. But don’t let the good looks fool you; this versatile yacht is built for open waters. Equally adaptable for fishing or cruising the 4200 Open is a solid design with meticulously engineered details to suit your needs. With plenty of room for friends, family, and gear, the 4200 offers room to spare, allowing any Tiara owner to travel in style. An upper cockpit wet bar with sink, cutting board, refrigerator, and insulated cooler aft mean that the sportsman and cruiser alike will have enough room for preparation and storage of bait, fish and food. Now available with three distinct interior plans.
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