New listing. "Artemis" is a low hour, 2004 Tiara 3800 Open in excellent condition. She has been well maintained, and not fished. Her light use makes this a very attractive buy at only $215,000. Engine hours are only 400+ on the twin Cummins 6CTA8.3L diesels. She has a queen-island berth, teak and holly sole, over and under berths for guests, large dinette, full canvas, air conditioning, and a generator with very low hours. The owners are downsizing, so this Tiara 38 Open is priced to sell.
The Tiara 38 Open is the perfect vessel for cruising, fishing and entertaining. The large cockpit and wheel house are both comfortable and functional. For entertaining, she has seating for up to 10 owners and guests, a wet bar, and great views. For fishing, she has lockable rod compartments, rod holders, baitwell, and a transom door. This is a great boat to fish during the day, and then take to the yacht club for dinner. Her handsome lines are always a headturner. Wide side decks and a large foredeck are perfect for sunbathers as is the large swim platform and fold-out ladder. This is a flexible design with good sea manners, and an excellent turn of speed.
Inside the 3800 Open, there is rich teak paneling, and a teak & holly sole. The layout, as the name says, is quite open, and not broken up with bulkheads which makes interiors feel smaller. There is excellent head room, a very nice galley, queen island berth for the owners, a large L-dining settee and table, and another settee that converts to upper and lower berths. The private head and shower is well appointed, and had a vacuflush WC. Entertainment comes from two flatscreen TV's, and a Clarion stereo system.
Please contact the listing broker for more details, or to schedule a showing. And the Tiara is available for co-brokerage with a full commission.
Note: lead photo is a sistership underway supplied by YachtWorld . Listing does not ports in hull.
Deck and wheel house
Electrical sytem & electronics
Mechanical and engines
Manufacturer Provided Description
With over six feet, seven inches of headroom, three opening foredeck hatches and six hullside portlights (with screens), the Tiara 3800 Open interior is large and well-lit. The starboard U-shaped lounge converts to an over-sized dinette with a hi-lo pedestal table or to a double berth. The lounge backrest flips up to make a pullman-style single berth. The AM / FM stereo is standard. The fully-equipped galley features a double bowl stainless sink, microwave oven, two-burner electric cooktop, AC / DC refrigerator / freezer, Corian countertop, lazy susan under the counter shelf unit, and plenty of over / under storage. The completely private owner's stateroom features a pedestal queen berth with storage below, accessed with the aid of a gas-assist lift. A large hanging locker, hullside convenience shelves, and private access to the head complete this retreat. The head has dual access from both the salon and owner's stateroom and offers a separate stall shower and molded Corian countertop and sink with vanity, mirror and storage above, and under-storage below. On deck, standard cockpit seating features an extra-wide back-to-back helm seat with wetbar and storage, and a curved companion lounge with cooler storage and aft-facing seat. An optional fold down transom lounge and ice maker are also available. The stepped cockpit features 147 square feet of entertaining or fishing space. Under the cockpit sole are large compartments for either cruising or fishing stowage, or both. Engines access is through an upper cockpit drop-down hatch, or through a lower cockpit electric hatch lift. Borrowing from the 5200 Express, the 3800 Open has a new custom electrical system, and also offers an optional generator, which includes a sound shield. The tilt-away helm features over 3.5 square feet of additional space for electronics. In anticipation of larger horsepower engines, the 3800 has extra engine room space and a structure envelope built in.
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.