If you’re buying a boat, you don’t want a vessel that only does one thing really well. You want the total boating experience: something for cruising in comfort to fun ports, that can give you the thrill of chasing down monster fish well offshore, and that gives you pride as it reels in admiring glances at the dock.
When it comes to the world of stylish crossover boats that excel with both cruising and fishing features, the versatile Tiara 4300 Open is at the top of the food chain. From its deep V hull that provides a smooth, dry ride, to its oversized upper and lower cockpits, to its customizable fishing and cruising features, the Tiara 4300 Open is a rock star among Open boats. Power and Motoryacht said “The new 4300 Open has earned its place as the linchpin of Tiara’s open fleet.” Yachting Magazine said “The 4300 Open combines the amenities of an express cruiser with sportfishing functionality.” And Boating Magazine said “Tiara’s Open series sets the standard for the cruise-and-fish crossover genre.”
The upper and lower cockpits blend great fishing features with comfort and amenities that make it easy to socialize, including plenty of storage, a wet bar, a starboard aft prep center, and an aft-facing mezzanine lounge seat. Below deck, the Tiara 4300 Open has a luxurious, roomy interior, with two large private staterooms. It also has a foredeck skylight that invites plenty of natural sunlight into the salon, galley and master stateroom. And the high-performing, fuel-efficient hull design means great handling and maneuverability even when conditions get rough in deep water.
To learn more about the Tiara 4300 Open, visit us at one of our Oyster Harbors Marine locations.. Also, be sure to check out Oyster Harbors Marine’s full inventory of new and pre-owned boats from Tiara Yachts.
Recognized as one of the top performers in the industry, Oyster Harbors Marine features high-quality new and pre-owned boats, and has an award-winning sales and service team. Sales offices are located on Cape Cod in Osterville and Falmouth, Massachusetts, and in Freeport, Maine.