2004 Tiara 2900 Coronet
The Tiara 2900 Coronet is considered an entry-level boat. It's a model for those buyers looking to step up from an outboard or stern drive boat to one with inboard power. The 2900 Coronet has 114 square feet of cockpit space.The 2900 Coronet is the modern version of a classic day boat. The swim platform is integral to the hull; the transom is canted slightly inboard for an attractive styling touch. The overall appearance is in keeping with the timeless Tiara look. The 31-foot 7-inch hull has 114 square feet of cockpit space with standard seating for 6 to 8 adults. Add options and that number can go up to 12. Although perfect for cruising inland lakes, the 2900 Coronet has the right stuff for heading out into the big water as well. Twin inboard power, an 11-foot 4-inch beam, and large 200-gallon fuel capacity, not to mention the trademark Tiara structural integrity, make the 2900 Coronet a boat that will get passengers there and back safely. The 2900 Coronet also contains basic cabin amenities, including a 6-foot 4-inch forward berth, a mini-galley with microwave and sink, a private head with a vanity, a dinette, a hanging locker, and plenty of other storage space. These features easily qualify the boat to serve as a second home. The cockpit configuration of the 2900 Coronet is quite versatile and is made for entertaining. The standard boat comes with a helm seat forward that has a built-in wetbar. Behind it is an aft-facing bench. There's also an L-shaped lounge to port. Transom seats for both the port and starboard sides of the centerline access door are available and come with seat covers. Owners may also opt for the cockpit table that converts into a sunpad. It can be ordered with either a starboard transom seat only or one for both sides. An L-shaped lounge is to port of the wide cabin entry. The helm features a wood steering wheel.