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|New / used:||Used|
|Motorization:||2x Crusader (0 PS )|
|Length:||8,84 m (29,0 ft.)|
|Width:||3,45 m (11,3 ft.)|
|Anchored at:||Naples, FL|
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Description & specificationsEnglish description
Great weekend cruiser or day cruiser. Plenty of seating space for a big family or entertaining. Crusader 454 gas engines. V-berth can comfortably accomodate two for an overnight with small galley in the cabin.
Three new batteries just installed in Oct. 2012! She runs like a champ.
GPS / Chartplotter not functioning
Seller wants this boat sold fast, entertaining all reasonable offers!
Hull Shape Modified Vee
Beam 11 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft 2 ft 8 in
Deadrise 19 ? at Transom
Dry Weight 10000 lbs
Engine Brand Crusader
Engine Model 454 7.1L
Engine Type Inboard
Year Built 1998
Engine Hours 677
Fresh Water Tanks (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks (200 Gallons)
Holding Tanks (20 Gallons)
Number of double berths 1
Number of cabins 1
Number of heads 1
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.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Tiara 2900 Coronet has versatility, wide-open cockpit space, and plenty of options. Whether monitoring the gauges, checking the oil, or reaching for a cold drink, the 2900 Coronet was designed for easy access to all the integral areas - helm, engine and wet bar. While designed to be a multipurpose day boat, the 2900 Coronet - with its 6-foot 4-inch V-berth, mini galley, and private head - also provides enough room and comfort for overnight stays. The custom-welded aluminum windshield, standing six feet over the cockpit sole and 32 inches over the helm, provides enough coverage to keep passengers dry even in the roughest of waters. Tiaras smallest vessel includes cleats, hawse pipes, grab rails, hinges, hatches, and doors that would be standard in boats of much greater size.