Anyone who must navigate the way to the bow will appreciate the inordinate amount of side walkway space, as well as the really aggressive nonskid that is a signature of all Tiara yachts. And whether working the cockpit or cruising to the fishing grounds, the hull-side exhausts help keep the ride quiet and exhaust-free.
With both Cummins 370B diesel engines in gear, idle throttle of 590 rpm provides a speed of 4.7 knots - just a hair too fast for live-baiting. Single-engine running works ideally for this application, however. The most fuel-efficient speed appears to be just over 20 knots, burning 20.3 gph or 1.18 mpg. This gives a range of roughly 384 nautical miles. Top speed of 32 knots is reached at 3,127 rpm and uses 41 gph.