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Brokerage: The Tiara 4200 Open

The Tiara 4200 Open is a versatile vessel that is popular with cruisers and anglers alike.

January 10, 2018
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Tiara 4200 Open
Tiara built 172 4200 Opens from 2002 to 2008. The 4200 replaced the 4100 Open, which also had a six-year production run. Courtesy Tiara

It’s been 16 years since I ran Hull No. 1 of Tiara Yachts’ 4200 Open. Back then I noted that her optional 700 hp Caterpillar C12 diesels provided a 34.6-knot top hop and a 29.5-knot cruise speed.

Notable features: She had a solid fiberglass hull and balsa-cored sides. Twin 535 hp Cummins QSM11s were standard. Electronic controls were optional. Her range was 288 nautical miles at cruise speed.

Belowdecks: The Plan A layout had a forepeak stateroom, and the Plan C layout had a second twin-bunk stateroom abaft and to starboard of the forepeak. All layouts had one head.

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 Availability: At press time, 14 of the Tiara 4200 Open were on the market, ranging from $299,995 for a 2003 cruising model to $429,000 for a 2007 boat tricked out to fish.

“The 4200’s hull form has fine convex sections forward that moderate to 17.5 degrees of deadrise at the transom. She has a shallow keel to enhance directional stability. Her ride at cruising speed was dry and comfortable in the 2- to 4-foot seas.”

Yachting, June 2003

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