Tiara’s legacy for seaworthiness and conservative elegance continues intact with the new 3600 Coronet.
Heeding customers’ desires, Tiara made the belowdecks area ever-so-slightly smaller and the cockpit larger. It doesn’t seem like a sacrifice to me when I go below.
An island double in the bow hides behind twin bifold doors for privacy. Amidships, a twin berth under the bridge deck has a comfy vanity seat by the entrance.
The head has an electric toilet beneath a slotted teak seat in the shower stall, while a small galley with spacious refrigerator, one-burner cooktop and convection/microwave oven affords meal prep ability. Throughout the cabin you’ll find polished designer fixtures, Corian counters and two-tone teak and maple veneers. Solid teak veneers are available, and the standard flooring is solid teak.
The helm provides excellent visibility whether standing or sitting on the electrically adjustable, double-wide seat. The dash handles a pair of 12-inch displays, plus Tiara installs standard a Bluetooth system for an iPad, so you can bring your music and chart-plotting apps with you. A settee on the bridge deck boasts seatbacks on each end for lounging, and a bracket here receives a table. A cool feature stores the table on the back of the helm seat. An additional sink, wet bar and grill, plus a locker for a television, all fit into the module just aft of the helm seat.
Pull a spring-loaded pin to manually slide the sunroof. It slides easily, but reaching it might be a problem for those less than six feet tall.
Tiara installs another table, finished in durable epoxy, forward of the L-shape transom settee. In fact, all the exterior brightwork is epoxy-coated, a nice touch.