Ready for her next owner!
Several design features place the Tiara 5200 Express in a unique category apart from its competitors. Above deck, two large bench seats surround a removable table in the cockpit. The unique dual transom doors provide access to a spacious swim platform that easily holds a personal watercraft or tender. A crane that hides away completely when not in use also serves as a passarelle for easy boarding. The main deck features Tiara's trademark standup helm. A vast expanse of glass surrounds helm for excellent visibility to all quarters. In the cabin, the same socializing spaciousness continues. The main salon features a pair of opposing seating areas. The one to port is U-shaped and built around the pedestal dining table. On the starboard side, an L-shaped lounge compliments the built-in entertainment center. There is a full galley, complete with all the appliances and counter space to prepare a meal in grand style. The 5200 Express has two staterooms. The master forward has a queen-size pedestal bed that's accessible from three sides. The guest cabin can be configured with double twin-size berths or as a king with the use of an insert. Both sleeping areas have access to their own heads, complete with stall showers. The boat is full of amenities, creature comforts and surprises, like the placement of the washer / dryer under the cabin steps. Of course, the handling of the 5200 Express is everything one would expect in a Tiara. The hull design is built to take on the weather and bring passengers home safely. A merger of function and style resulted in a bow flair that all but eliminates spray and softens the ride.
Wood finished cabinetry, doors, bulkheads and sole throughout.
The galley is to port with sink, counter, wood cabinets, electric stove, microwave, refrigerator, and freezer.
The guest cabin is to starboard with twin single berths that convert to a double berth and hanging locker, and TV. There is direct head access from this cabin. Going forward is the starboard guest head with vacuum flush toilet and stall shower.
The main salon has an L-shaped settee to starboard and dinette to port. The entertainment center with TV, DVD, and stereo in the starboard corner.
The master cabin is forward with large Island berth, wood lined hanging locker, and drawer storage. There is also a TV in the cabin. The master head is to port with vacuum flush toilet and stall shower.
The washer/dryer is located under the entry steps.
Twin Caterpillar 3406, 800 hp diesels with 1438 hours on port and 1436 hours on starboard as of 10/21/16
Fresh water cooling system with heat exchanger and raw water cooled exhaust
ZF Transmission with V-drives
Wet exhaust system
Dripless stuffing boxes
Morse dual handle cable controls
Hynautic hydraulic steering system
Glendinning engine synchronizer
Reverso oil change pump
Phaser diesel generator
(2) Aluminum 350-gallon each
Racor fuel filter and water separators
AC Electrical System:
120/240 VAC, 60 hz
120/240. 50-amp shore power, hardwired through a Cable Master unit
Polarity indicator on panel
Volt and ammeter meters
Overload protection on breakers & fuses
(4) Marine Air air conditioning units
Froce 10 electric stove
Raritan icemaker in cockpit
Helm to starboard with (2) pedestal mounted captain's chairs
Bench seating to port and aft
Wet bar behind helm seats with icemaker and refrigerator
(2) Tables that come up from the sole hydraulically
Engine room access from the cockpit
Transom doors, port & starboard
Air conditioned and enclosed cockpit by fiberglass hardtop, fixed windows, and isinglass curtains
FE241 fire suspension system
(3) Rule bilge pumps located forward, amidships, and aft
(3) Type I life jackets and (8) Type III, all stored in cockpit lockers
Delta anchor with chain and rode
Stainless steel bow rail
Boarding ladder on swim platform
EPIRB: 406 GPS
Revere life raft storage in cocpkit sea locker
(3) Fireboy carbon monoxide detectors
(2) Battery operated smoke detectors
Electric air horn
ICOM VHF radio
Raymarine depth sounder
Raymarine speed indicator
Furuno NAVNET radar/plotter
Furuno NAVNET plotter/video
The hull construction is molded fiberglass
3-Blade, 32" X 38" propeller
Stainless steel propeller
Bronze I beam type struts
Stainless steel rub rail
Bennett trim tabs
The deck construction is cored fiberglass with molded-in non-skid
Stainless steel deck hardware
Potable Water System:
200-Gallon water tank, aluminum
(2) Attwood 20-gallon each water heaters
Waste Water System:
85-Gallon holding tank, aluminum
(2) Vacuum type heads
Jabsco gray water sump
Tools, charts, art, personal effects, and any items not specific to the vessel.