The 3100 Open's standard exterior features include a stepped cockpit floor, transom/boarding door, tilt-away helm station (with over 2 square feet of space for additional electronics), and helm and companion back-to-back seats. The interior is expansive, with outstanding 6'4" headroom - making the open cabin arrangement a large, livable, and comfortable retreat for 4. Complete with fully-equipped galley, dinette/berth, private forward berth, and private head. Six opening ports, and three overhead hatches with screens, provide excellent ventilation and light throughout.
Options include: Cruising Radar Antenna Arch / Swim Platform with built-in Ladder / Helm Wet Bar with Ice Maker, or a Bait and Tackle Center with Livewell / Curved Companion Seat / Generator / Honey Ash Interior / Air conditioning / Teak and Holly Cabin Sole.
The cockpit on the 3100 Open is spacious and versatile, whether you plan to fish, cruise, or both. Standard features include a navigation chart area and drink holders, the Tiara “heads up” fiberglass tilt away helm station with full flush mount electronics capability, and a sliding companionway door with lock and built-in screen. Standard seating is a back-to-back helm seat with locker storage, and a back-to-back companion seat, also with storage and a cooler. An optional curved companion seat with storage can be opted for as well as a tackle center, wet bar with ice maker, or live circulating system. In the lower cockpit an optional aft fold-down lounge, or a removable transom L-lounge is available.
The cabin on the Tiara 3100 Open has everything you need for a weekend getaway or an extended vacation. The Owner’s stateroom has a double berth with fitted quilt and filler cushion. There are three storage compartments under the berth and two storage compartments above, as well as a hanging locker to the port side with a large storage area above it. The large U-shaped convertible dinette sits to starboard, directly across from the galley. The galley features recessed double burner cooktop, microwave/convection oven, SubZero refrigerator/freezer, and a deep stainless sink with pressure water system. There are also three utensil drawers, two dish lockers, and additional storage. The easy cleaning all fiberglass head features two vanity storage compartments, mirror, S.S. sink, and electric head.
The electrical system on the 3100 Open features a custom 12V and 120V master distribution panel with Plexiglas door, amp meter, reverse polarity indicator, one 30 amp 50' shore power cord with adapter, a two bank 12V battery system with gel cell batteries, and battery charger.
Twin Cummins diesel 4BTA 5.9-M2 provide extra speed and range. There is a teleflex hydraulic steering system with 20" S.S. destroyer wheel. Tiara uses bronze axe head rudders and struts and Armco Aqua Met 19 S.S. prop shafts and water cooled shaft logs for true precise handling and smooth ride.
The 3100 Open deck has a new look for 2001 - featuring softer lines around the windshield and toe rail area, a more conveniently placed anchor locker and the addition of a screen to the companionway door. The deck also has a transferable 5 year limited warranty and construction is similar to the hull, using a water barrier outer gelcoat and hand-laid fiberglass. Tiara’s custom diamond pattern non skid is used on all deck and cockpit surfaces for sure, safe footing. The custom windshield is made of welded aluminum and Solex 1/4" safety glass. And handrails, and a center ventilation section with power actuator, makes this windshield one of the best in the industry. The transition to the foredeck is easy with grab rails and a sturdy one-piece welded bow rail. Other features include: three aluminum deck hatches with screens and privacy covers, flush forward anchor locker with overboard drain, and a fiberglass molded-in bow pulpit with standard S.S. roller assembly. An optional windlass is available - the wiring is standard.
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