Following on the heels of its successful 60 EX flagship launch, Michigan-based yacht builder Tiara Yachts is expanding the EX yacht series with the EX 54, slated to debut at the Miami International Boat Show in February.
One of the hallmarks of the series is its flexibility for owners to dial in how they want to live their on-the-water lifestyle.
Outside, Tiara offers a lounge module with U-shaped seating, an outdoor galley, solid-surface countertops, a drawer-style refrigerator and optional ice maker for owners’ who like to entertain.
The EX 54’s adventure module turns this area into a fishing-focused space with a sink with a cutting board, an optional livewell, five rod holders at the transom, an insulated cooler tub, tackle stowage with dividers and even an electric grill to cook the catch of the day.
There is also a glass patio module, which includes a laminated-glass bulkhead with a high-gloss teak countertop and adjustable ottomans that can be locked in place. They are made with Ultraleather and come with four color options: whitewater beige, lighthouse white, coast dolphin grey and sea cliff grey. There is also aft-facing seating with a table and a portable grill. The table and grill can be stowed when not in use. Additionally, this module has options for a bike rack and kayak stowage.
In any layout, there are three staterooms accommodating six guests with two heads. The owners’ stateroom is full-beam and amidships with a queen pedestal berth and en suite head. The space has ocean views via hull-side windows. Other room amenities include 18,000-Btu Webasto air conditioning, a 50-inch Smart HDTV TV, cedar-lined hanging locker, full-length backlit mirror, a settee and stowage.
The VIP stateroom has a queen berth with skylight as well as a 32-inch Smart HDTV. This space also has hull-side windows to take in water views. The third guest stateroom has bunk berths for the kids.
Supporting this family-friendly cruising craft is a fiberglass hull with closed-cell foam in the hull bottom and sides for strength without added weight. The deck is also built with closed-cell foam. A full fiberglass grid system set into the hull bottom adds rigidity and additional strength.
Other notable options for the Tiara Yachts EX 54 are a hydraulic swim platform, a Seakeeper 9 gyrostabilizer, a second joystick in the cockpit deck wing, an extra Garmin 22-inch display, FLIR night vision, a washer/driver and a cockpit TV, to name a few.
Power for the Tiara EX 54 is twin Volvo Penta IPS2 950 diesels.
The Tiara Yachts EX 54 is slated to debut at the Miami International Boat Show at Herald Plaza on Dock D.
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- Length Overall: 54’3″
- Maximum Beam: 15’11”
- Draft: 3’8″
- Fuel Capacity: 650 Gal
- Freshwater Capacity: 135 Gal.