- 33 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
- Engine Hours
This boat represents a tremendous value in terms of versatility, utility, performance and spaciousness for a young family or just an overnighting cruising couple. She’s been well maintained with many recent improvements including newly rebuilt heads. (see list) Motivated owner and very easy to see.
- From Powerboat Guide:
- Anyone who’s been around the boat business for any length of time knows that Tiara “gets it” when it comes to building a quality product. A big part of the company’s success over the years has come from their Open series of inboard express cruisers, dual-purpose boats that split the difference between fishing and cruising. Unlike her predecessors, however, the 3300 Open is more at home in the family cruiser role where her expansive cockpit and deluxe accommodations will be most appreciated. Below decks, her teak-trimmed interior includes berths for six in a cabin of unusual elegance and luxury. A private forward stateroom—rare in a 33-footer—contains a double berth, and the starboard lounge converts to upper and lower pipe berths. The huge cockpit of the 3300 came standard with aft-facing jump seats, cockpit bolsters, wash-down, and transom door. An optional fishing package included an insulated fish box, tackle center, and sink with cutting board. The entire bridge deck lifts electrically for engine access. Note the tall, super-sturdy windshield and wide side decks. Twin 350hp inboard gas engines cruise at 22 knots (30+ knots top)
- The Tiara 3300 Open express was in production 1988-1997 and is equipped with bench seats at the helm. The windshield is equipped with an opening center vent (the holdup mechanism is striped and not working and wiper missing). The helm is covered with a newer white canvas Bimini supported by stainless steel frames and the radar arch. The salon is down three steps with the galley on the port side. The dinette on the port side drops to form a double berth and the settee on the starboard side forms stacked berths. The V-berth forward contains a double berth on the starboard side and a hanging locker. The head is located aft in the salon on the starboard side.
- The vessel is equipped one head located on starboard side and contains a sink, 12volt Crown Raritan toilet and a wraparound curtain for the shower. The shower sump is located under the floor with a 12V pump. The system consists of one 12 volt Crown Raritan toilet with a plastic holding tank in the engine room that is emptied through a deck service fitting located on the starboard deck labeled “WASTE” or a 12 volt Macerator pump for pumping when offshore. This system is approved only with the overboard discharge valves secured in the closed position.
- The galley is located aft in the salon on the port side and is equipped with the following: Sink : Round stainless steel Refrigerator: Norcold Teak II AC/DC under the counter refrigerator built into the cabinets Stove: Princess 2 burner electric surface stove. Microwave: Microwave mounted in the galley cabinets
- Recent Work
- Engine heads Salt Water Pumps Alternator Fuel Pumps Repaint Pulleys Belts Hoses Carburetors Fresh and Salt water pumps Plugs and Wires Bimini Canvas Exterior Upholstery Interior Upholstery Wood Floor Stereo Toilet rebuild Re Finish Teak New Dash Garmin 4212 Installed New Windlass Many other smaller items refurbished Transmissions
- Safety & Fire Extinguishing Systems
- Safety: Rule 2000 mounted under the steps with an automatic float switch Rule 2000 mounted aft with automatic float switch High bilge water alarm system Fire Extinguishing Systems: The fire system consists of 2 each: hand held and 2 fixed units mounted as follows: One 1A 10 BC size 1 mounted at the helm. One 1A 10 BC size 1 mounted in the galley One Kidde Halon fixed fire system mounted in the engine room. One Kidde Halon fixed fire system mounted in the generator room The Xintex CMD# Carbon Monoxide Detector is mounted in the salon
- Electronics & Helm
- VHF radio Raytheon ray 220 VHF radio Icom IM402S GPS Garmin 4212 RADAR Garmin 4212 AUTO PILOT Simrad AP 16 DEPTH INDICATOR Garmin 4212 and Autohelm Tri Data (Tri data not working) MAIN COMPASS Richie Powerdamp Plus SEARCH LIGHT 12 volt mounted on bow pulpit with remote mounted at helm TELEVISION 21” DVD PLAYER: Built in to TV STEREO Yes AMPLIFIER Kenwood KAC7203 1000W ANTENNAS VHF, GPS,TV and Radar
- The DC system is 12 volts and consists of four 12 volt batteries two are mounted in covered boxes behind the engines and one by the generator, the 4th battery is mounted in a tray between the engines. All are equipped with vapor tight on/off switches. The DC system is protected by individual system breakers. The system is charged by engine driven alternators or a Pro Mariner Pro Tournament 300 30 Amp marine charger when connected to shore power the system is in compliance with ABYC standards. The AC system is 120 volts and is supplied by two 30 amp 120 volt shore power cable with connections and line protection fuses on the starboard side in the cockpit. The system is equipped with volt and amp meters and reversed polarity indicators, and is protected by individual breakers on the panel in the salon.
- Engine Details & Mechanical Equipment
- The engines are fresh water cooled and are equipped with a single helm station. The engine controls are dual lever Morse cable type. The engines are equipped with alarms for low engine oil pressure and high temperature and gauges for temperature, oil pressure, volts, engine hours and fuel. Fuel lines are USCG approved type A-1. The ventilation system consists of induction / exhaust vents on port and starboard sides of the hull, and two 12 volt blowers. The engine mounts are bolted to longitudinal stringers and are adjustable and in good condition. The engine exhaust system is rubber hose to fiberglass mufflers and out each side at the stern via fiberglass and rubber exhaust tubes. The steering is seastar hydraulic with a stainless steel wheel. The engines are accessed by a 12volt electric hatch. Configuration Twin Inboard Port Starboard Engine Manufacturer Crusader Crusader Engine Model C454RH C454LH Fuel Type / # of Cylinder’s Gas / V-8 Horsepower 350 350 Serial # 82919 82925 Hours 15 on rebuilt heads Transmissions Velvet Drive Velvet Drive Model # / Ratio 10-18-006 / 1.91:1 10-18-106 / 1.88:1 Serial # 6801 4515
- The generator is located in the Lazarette and started easily and carried the load well. The unit is equipped with a main disconnect switch and a remote start panel located on the breaker panel in the salon with gauges for oil pressure, temperature and volts. Make: Onan Ensign 6500 Size: 6.5 KW Model: / Fuel 6.5 MCEA / Gas Serial # K890281914 Cooling Fresh Water Hours 1335 Indicated Fuel Filter Onan Start Battery Group 24 Danforth anchor on pulpit roller a 10’ of chain and approximately 200’ of 5/8” rode Lofrans Progress 12 Volt windlass with controls on the foredeck and at the helm.
- Brokers Comments
- This boat represents a tremendous value in terms of versatility, utility, performance and spaciousness for a young family or just an overnighting cruising couple. She’s been well maintained with many recent improvements including newly rebuilt heads. (see list) Motivated owner and very easy to see.
- 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.