A true thoroughbred horse. Once again the Holland, Michigan, shipyard is back in the limelight presenting a novelty destined to make its mark. Introduced to the general public in late March at the Palm Beach Boat Show, the Tiara 48 LS represents a first for several reasons. Most importantly, at 14.7 meters in length it is, to date, the largest model in Tiara’s LS (Luxury Sport) range. Not enough. The Tiara 48 LS arrives on the scene being able to count on the thrust of the latest generation of thrusters and, to be exact, three Mercury Verado V12 outboard engines with 600 horsepower each.
Tiara 48 LS
The largest outboard-powered Tiara yacht ever built is also a true giant in speed. The Tiara 48 LS builds on the legacy of the LS series that focuses on luxury and performance. Luxury is a focus throughout the boat through thoughtful details and the yacht’s stylish aesthetic. Social zones, a key area of focus in every Tiara LS model, allow everyone to enjoy their own space without feeling cramped on board. In the bow, this motor boat has seating and space. Aft, the innovative rotating lounge boasts multiple locking positions and an integrated footrest. By opening up the terraces, the cockpit can be expanded, which not only improves access to the water but also increases the footprint. At the helm, sliding doors provide shelter in bad weather.
A winning package that allows on the one hand respectable performance, underscored by the 50-knot top speed, and on the other hand the ability to better manage all the power even at low revs. Two cabins, with a total of 4 berths, and a deck layout with two generous living areas carved out aft and aft complete the facilities.
Tiara 48 LS – Interior
Below deck you will find a forward berth and private bathroom, as well as the aft cabin that has two twin beds. The bunks can be converted into adult sleeping places. Ultraleather and teak mixed with a mix of stainless steel, detailed stitching and solid surfaces elevate and amplify the elegance of every detail on board. Tiara Yachts is imported to Italy by Given For Yachting(www.givenfor.it)