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Ita Yachts Canada Inc.
TIARA 29 OPEN
- Located in Montreal (easy to visit)
- No tax between two quebec resident (tax paid).
- 2 x Crusader 5.7L HO MPI (2 x 320 hp), shafts
- July 2018, starboard engine rebuilt
-This boat is in excellent condition, following damage (not a collision), it was returned to the Tiara factory to be reconditioned by the insurance company.
- Several improvements have been made to the boat.
- A cradle is also available when the boat is out of the water.
- Impeccable maintenance (file available).
- A/C in cabin
Additional features :
TIARA quality accessible here, this manufacturer has an excellent reputation, take advantage of this opportunity without delay.
US BUYERS: no Canadian taxes to pay to acquire this Tiara, we are very close to the American border by road or by water via Lake Champlain (New York).
N.B. N'hésitez pas à communiquer avec nous en français.
The cockpit of the 2900 Open is large and roomy for truly comfortable cruising. Helm and companion back-to-back seating is standard - and optional curved companion lounge and an optional fold-away rear lounge is also available.
The cockpit is also large enough to accommodate a full-sized fighting chair and necessary equipment. Below decks there is a large, airy cabin that features a dinette (convertible to 6'4" double berth), full galley, double forward berth, and private head. Power selections are twin inboards gas..
Some commonly chosen Options include:
Cruising Radar Antenna Arch /
Swim Platform with built-in Ladder /
Curved Companion Seat /
Teak and Holly Cabin Sole.
The cockpit of the 2900 Open can be configured for cruising, fishing, or both - with a couple of different seating options available. The standard layout features a companion back-to-back seat with locker to port, and a fiberglass navigation/chart area and drink holders.
An optional curved companion seat with storage is also available. The helm sits starboard. The “Heads up” tilt away helm is consistent with other Tiaras and has plenty of room for flush mounted electronics.
The standard helm seat is a back-to-back arrangement but can also be outfitted with either a wet bar/ice maker combination or bait/tackle center. The aft cockpit is spacious and features padded coaming bolsters, flush floor storage boxes which can be equipped with a macerator, and a molded-in transom door.
The cabin on the 2900 Open is a comfortable living quarters. A double berth with storage below, settee with storage compartment, and hanging locker lays forward. The dinette/lounge is just aft of the forward berth to the starboard, and is convertible to an additional double berth.
The galley is on the port side and features a molded fiberglass countertop, molded-in sink with pressure water system, one burner electric cooktop, microwave oven, plenty of storage, and refrigerator/freezer.
The full fiberglass head is just aft of the galley and has a electric head with 20 gallon holding tank. Optional cabin features include air conditioning, honey ash veneer interior, and a solid, tongue and groove teak and holly cabin sole.
The electrical system on the 2900 Open features a custom 12V and 120V master distribution panel with Plexiglas door, amp meter, reverse polarity indicator, one 30 amp 50' shore power cord with adapter, a two bank 12V battery system with gel cell batteries, and battery charger.
An array of safety equipment is standard including: Cockpit lighting, automatic bilge pumps, hand-held fire extinguishers, Coast Guard safety and medical kit. Certification from the NMMA, U.S.C.G., and CE (European.)
The 2900 Open is powered by twin Crusader 5.7 HO MPI which produce 320 HP.
The hydraulic steering system is provided by Teleflex with an 18" S.S. destroyer wheel. Other great features include: high speed axe head rudders and struts, two Nibral propellers, Zincs on the transom and shafts, a hydraulic engine hatch lifter, and VDO engine instrumentation.
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.