Boat Length Overall without Standard Pulpit: 39'0"
Boat Length Overall with Standard Pulpit: 41'7"
Boat Length Overall with Standard Pulpit and Optional 30" Swim Platform: 44'1"
Draft (with Props): 3'6"
Approximate Dry Weight: 30,125 lbs
Height from Waterline to Top of Standard Hardtop: 16'6"
Fuel Capacity: 475 gal
Water Capacity: 110 gal
Holding Tank Capacity: 38 gal
Sleeping Accommodations: 6
Cockpit Size: 80 sq. ft.
Deadrise at Transom: 14º
Full frame door separating master stateroom from galley/salon
Private entry to head
Manually actuated double pedestal berth with deep quilted innerspring mattress, coverlet, two(2) box pillows, and eight (8) throw pillows
Storage compartments under berth
Cedar backed hanging locker with mirror on the inside of the door, starboard
Hullside shelves and upper hullside storage cabinets, port and starboard
Two (2) reading lights, independently switched
Marine Air Systems® 7,000 BTU air conditioning with reverse cycle heat (supplies master state room and head)
Full frame door with entry from the salon/galley
Two (2) bunks, upper and lower, with foam mattresses, coverlets, and two (2) box pillows
Cedar backed hanging locker
Rod storage under lower berth with capacity for six (6) rods
Full frame door with dual entry from galley/salon and master stateroom
Full fiberglass head with shower sump pump and curved acrylic shower door
Corian® countertop with integrated Corian® sink
Mirrored vanity with storage above sink
Lower vanity storage
Air conditioner discharge
INSTRUMENTATION, EQUIPMENT AND SAFETY
Tiara custom 12V and 120V electrical system. Master AC consolidated with salon monitoring panel with main DC panel in engine room
One (1) 240V 50A 65' shore power cord with Glendinning® cord recoiler and adapter for 30 amp service
Cable TV inlet/outlets with 65' dockside power cord
TV and AM/FM antennas
Onan® 11.5kw generator (9.5kw for 220V)
Battery charger (1), 100 amp
12V two bank battery system with batteries and battery switches (three (3) engine batteries and four (4) house batteries)
Battery parallel system
Reverse polarity indicator
Electrical bonding system - hardware bonded to main DC return
Zinc sacrificial anodes
Bronze axe head rudders and struts
Aquamet® Stainless Steel prop shafts, 2 1/4"
Water cooled shaft logs with PSS® dripless shaft seal
Two (2) Nibral® propellers
Glendinning® top mount electronic engine controls
Teleflex® hydraulic steering system with power assist
Rudder position indicator
Beede® indicator LED's for aft bilge pump, mid bilge pump, forward bilge pump, and generator
Ritchie® SuperSport SS-2000 compass
High output alternators, 160 amps
Engine room insulation and noise barrier
Seven (7) 12V engine room lights
Two (2) Racor® fuel filters/water separators
Two (2) raw water intake strainers
Vibration mounts for engines
Plate mounted, thru-bolted engine system
Five-port oil changing system for main engines, transmissions, and generator
ProMariner® galvanic isolator
Three (3) bilge blowers, 250 CFM each
Three (3) automatic/manual bilge pumps with monitors at helm, 2000 GPH each: One (1) forward, one (1) mid, and one (1) aft
One (1) composite fuel tank, 475 gallons, with electric gauge and fuel shut-off valve on top of tank
Dockside water inlet
Two (2) fresh water tanks, 55 gallons each
Fresh water pressure system with Shurflo® variable speed pump, five (5) GPM
One (1) holding tank, 38 gallons, with vent filter
Fresh water tank/holding tank monitor
One (1) water heater with exchanger, 11 gallons
Dual trumpet air horn
FE-241 agent automatic/manual fire extinguisher system in engine room
Three (3) handheld fire extinguishers
Three (3) carbon monoxide detectors
Three (3) smoke detectors
Six (6) 5/8" x 30' black dock lines
Eight (8) Tiara life vests (domestic boats only)
USCG safety and medical kit
USCG/international LED navigation lighting
NMMA certified using ABYC standards
2018 Tiara Yachts 39 Convertible
The See Dealer Cost Story
When our family wanted to purchase our first boat we tried to find information for research. However the only information available at that time was sales brochures. All of the product information originated from the manufactures. The only price we could find was the retail price listings or MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price). Magazines featured articles, and had really great photo layouts, it only offered product description and the (MSRP) retail price.
We went to the dealership where the sales guy held all the cards. The best thing he had going for him was our lack of information. We tried to wrangle on price without any real success. We bought the boat, but we paid too much. After that experience we felt there had to be a better way.
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Look when you visit a dealership for a boat, motorcycle or camper, if you have not done your research your negotiation for that item will start with the Manufactures Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). The highest price you could pay. The sales person will try to see what you know and size you up. If you do not have product knowledge including what the cost was to the dealer – you are going to pay too much.
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By the way this great idea we had to build a website with this information. We had to fight to be able to bring this information to you. See Dealer Cost™ was supposed to be a one hit wonder. The manufactures magazines that they send to dealers said we would be dead in no time. They pounded their fists on their desks and said the consumer did not want or need this information. They said we would put them out of business. We were sued multiple times by manufacturers for this information. We are still here.
Why would they not want you to be able to see and use this information? They were afraid that you the consumer would be the true winner.
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