Model: QSC8.3 DSL Twin
Engine / Fuel Type: Diesel/Inboard
Fuel: 411 U.S. gallons
Water: 110 U.S. gallons
Holding: 40 U.S. gallons
Model Year: 2007
Current Price: $394,900
Located in: Naples, Florida
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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“Sea Crown” is an amazing example of one of Tiara Yachts most popular models ever produced. This Tiara 38 Open has the Cummins QSC 490s, which are the most powerful and most popular ever offered in the 38 Tiara. The Tiara 3800 Open is fast, dry, stable, fuel efficient with a fantastic hull design to handle rougher sea conditions that keep similar sized vessels at the dock. The Tiara 38 Open is a straight inboard vessel with a solid glass hull bottom for near perfect weight distribution. The 38 Tiara requires little to no trim in calm sea conditions and runs at a much flatter and more comfortable attitude at planing speeds than many of its competition. There is very little bow rise during the transition from displacement to planing speeds, which is the sign of a well-designed hull.
“Sea Crown” has the highly desirable Cummins QSC8.3L diesels which are rated at 490 HP each (the highest horsepower ever offered in the Tiara 38 Open). The QSC is a fully electronic Common Rail diesel which is much more fuel efficient, quieter, with much better acceleration and is cleaner burning (little to no smoke during acceleration) than its mechanical or hybrid (mechanical engine w/ electronic fuel injection) predecessors. With only 896 original hours on her engines, “Sea Crown” will provide many years enjoyment to her new owners. Don’t let this fantastic deal pass you by!
“Sea Crown” was purchased in October of 2020 in Sturgeon Bay, WI. by and extremely knowledgeable yachtsman that has owned multiple Tiaras. At the time of purchase, “Sea Crown” was exclusively a freshwater vessel in excellent condition. She was trucked to Naples, FL to Molly’s Marine Service (a veteran Tiara Certified Service Center). Then the new owner began a multi-month upgrade process with the goal of modernizing the electronics and other equipment
and bringing the vessel to as near new condition as possible. See below for details.
Christopher Burkard 239.253.3670