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Built in aluminium by New Zealand yard to a design by , Tiara was delivered in 2004 with a recent six million-euro refit, including brand new teak decks and a mechanical overhaul.
A classic interior by John Munford features flamed mahogany, elegant marquetry and vintage Art-Deco touches, and can accommodate up to 10 guests across five cabins. An impressive split-level master suite benefits from a private lounge and study area, a large marble bathroom and a full-beam cabin with a queen-sized bed.
Two double guest staterooms aft can easily convert into a full-beam VIP suite and a further two cabins can serve as either doubles or twins, and each has an additional Pullman berth. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and full en suite bathroom facilities, while a further six cabins sleep up to 10 crew members aboard this
Tiara is a fast, powerful yacht with a formidable mast of 62.5 metres, the maximum height capable of passing through the Panama Canal. On the aft deck, cocktail tables convert to a full dining table seating 12 and this area can also be an open air dance floor with DJ facilities. Alternatively, a Bedouin tent can be set up offering welcome shade when cruising warmer climes or creating the perfect setting for a movie al fresco. A unique feature for a sailing yacht is the fact that the aft deck is also able to land the owner's eight-seater executive helicopter.
Under power, a 1,400hp Caterpillar diesel engine allows a maximum speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,900 nautical miles at 11 knots.