1986 Tiara 3100 Continental

Nanoose, Canada

$50,288


Builder / Designer

Year: 1986
Make: Tiara
Model: 3100 Continental
Construction: Fiberglass

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Power: 500 hp

Dimensions

Nominal Length: 31 ft / 9.45 m
Length Overall: 33.83 ft / 10.31 m
Beam: 12 ft / 3.66 m
Max Draft: 3 ft / 0.91 m
Displacement: 10,500 lb

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 270 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 36 gal

Safari is a rare example of a diesel powered Tiara 3100 featuring a hard chine V-hull designed to enhance ride and performance. She cruises comfortably in the 20-22knot range. The boat has benefited from continual quality upgrades recently including high end new Rolls batteries, commercial grade antennae and a refurbished galley with a Wallace heater /cooker. A huge cockpit and a cozy cabin is ideal for a couple with a convertible dinette for occasional guests.

 

 

Engines
  • Powered by 2 x 250 hp Detroit 8.2 litre V8 turbo diesel engines
  • Only approx 1250 hours.
  • Walker Airsep crankcase ventilation system, ("The Airsep® Air/Oil Separator eliminates crankcase emissions by actually closing the crankcase on your diesel engine. The Airsep® is the only current system with a patented design that uses induction air to coalesce the hot oil vapor into liquid.The Airsep® reduces crankcase pressure, causing the engine to operate in a vacuum. The direct benefits include reduction or elimination of most seal leaks, less lube oil being forced by the rings into the cylinders, and reduction of oil being vented through the crankcase breathers.When the Airsep® removes the lube oil from the blowby gases, the remaining water vapor and raw diesel fuel is re-inducted into the air intake system. On turbocharged and aftercooler engines, this helps prevent the build-up of grit on the turbocharger blades, or the accumulation of oil residue in the aftercooler. Finally, the inducted water vapor reduces the temperature of combustion, which results in increased engine efficiency.)
  • 270 US gallon aluminium fuel tanks
  • Fresh water cooled
  • Wet exhaust system via neoprene water trap mufflers.
  • 3 Bladed  bronze props (size 18 x 23)
  • Fire Boy Marine fire suppression system with integrated engine shutdown.
  • Sentinal CO2 detector
  • New larger Racor filters (2015) 
  • Oil, oil filters, raw water impellers and starboard alternator changed (1215/1193 hours)
  • Spare alternator aboard (2016)
  • Spare prop shaft
  • Spare props, 19x21 four bladed bronze (in need of repair)
  • Spare Racor filters
  • Spare Detroit/Donaldson oil filters and  Detroit secondary fuel filters
  • 4 filter wrenches 
  • Spare oil and antifreeze
  • 2 tacho / hour meters
  • Oil pressure guages
  • Water temp guages
  • DC voltmeters
  • Oil pressure, water temp and level alarms.
Electrical
  • Rolls/Surrette flooded deep cycle batteries (2015). One Starter and two house. These are high end batteries with a longer life than AGMs  
  • New battery box 
  • 30 Amp Pro-Mariner Pro-Safe galvanic isolator (2016)
  • Pro-Mariner 400 watt inverter (2015)
  • Pro-Mariner Pro-Nautic 1240P smart charger
  • Victron Energy 702 Battery Monitor
  • Smart plug shore power connection system
  • Recently wired for solar panel connection
Navigation
  • Standard Horizon Quantum GX5500X VHF radio (2015)
  • Standard Horizon HX870 portable VHF/GPS (2016)
  • Morad VHF 156 HD 6db gain "Hot rod" marine band antennae (high end coast guard spec)
  • A Morad VHF 159 HD AIS  antennae has also been installed and is ready to be connected to a transponder. (another high end piece of hardware). Safari has  an MMSI number
  • Garmin 741XS Chartplotter / Depth sounder (2015)
  • Fusion MS-RA200 Sirius radio
  • Richie compass
  • Victory clock and barometer
  • Guest spotlight
Accommodations
  • A double berth  forward with a hanging locker and storage space
  • Main salon has a galley to port. The galley has been refurbished in 2015 with new a Corian counter top, new sink and faucet, a new Isotherm CR130 fridge, and a new Wallas Nordic cooktop / cabin heater
  • To starboard is a U-shaped settee with a dinette. This converts to a guest double berth. near the companion way bulkhead is the electrical panel
  • Aft to port near the companion way is the enclosed head with shower
  • 36 gallon fresh water tank installed under the V-berth
  • Force 10 110 VAC 6 gallon hot water tank
Other
  • Maxwell HRC* Windlass
  • Deck and cockpit controls
  • CQR 35Lb
  • 200' chain
  •  Bonded bronze through hulls and bronze ball valves
  • Rule 1500 GPH auto bilge pump in aft bilge
  • Rule 750 GPH auto bilge pump in engine room
  • Attwood 1250 GPH auto bilge pump in engine room
  • 12V marine head with plastic holding tank. 12V waste pump for overboard discharge
Disclaimer
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.


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