Tiara Yachts Announces Return to Fishing with Options Specific for Outboard Models
October 16, 2023
Holland, Mich., (October 16, 2023) – Tiara Yachts, a family-owned manufacturer of American-made luxury watercrafts, announces fishing module and optional equipment packages available on outboard models in its LS (“Luxury Sport”) and LE (“Luxury Express”) series.
Fishing modules and additional optional equipment are available on the 34 LS, 38 LS, 43 LS and 48 LS models as well as the 43 LE and 48 LE. The aft cockpit modules can be selected in lieu of the standard aft seating package. Select models with fish modules and additional optional equipment will be available for viewing at the 2023 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 25 – 29 in the Tiara Yachts display at the Bahia Mar Yachting Center, Green Zone, C/D Docks.
“Throughout our history, you’ve experienced inboard powered Tiara Yachts with robust fishing amenities. Now, it’s time for our next adventure as we announce our outboard products are available with fish modules and options,” said Tom Slikkers, CEO of Tiara Yachts. “These features let you customize your new outboard Tiara Yacht with the amenities, rod holders and rocket launchers you need for an amazing offshore adventure with your family and friends on your outboard Tiara Yacht.”
Customers will have the option to select the fishing module on their new Tiara Yacht LS or LE, as well as additional hardtop and gunwale equipment. For a complete list of available equipment as well as a look at renderings for each model, visit Tiara Yachts’ individual model pages and Buyers Guides. A video animation showcasing the equipment is also available.
“Our team has been incredibly thoughtful about incorporating all the features you need to experience a relaxing day fishing on the water,” said Gabe Rose, Lead Designer at Tiara Yachts. “We ensured these modules included all-encompassing features so customers can easily enjoy their time fishing without having to worry about the extra items needed to make for a successful day.”
“We’ve always been a cruising company; We’ve had an open-style product for decades that you could cruise on and dayboat on, and now one that you can fish on. Adding these fishing modules has been a natural progression for our brand and provides an extra dimension of usability to our outboard models,” said Rose.