Tiara introduced the all-new 50 Coupe in 2013, the 44 Coupe in 2014, the Q 44 in 2015, and now for the 2016 model year comes the 39 Coupe. Whatever you may say about Tiara Yachts, don't say that this company builds stale old designs. And don't call these boats "redesigns," or "improvements'" either. They are all-new from the ground up, and you can tell from the moment you look at one. Don't take my word for it—come aboard for a quick tour.


As you can tell from the first glance, the 39 Coupe shares little to no resemblance to the yachts Tiara was building a decade or more ago. Well, let's walk that back because there is one thing that's stayed the same: these boats are drop-dead gorgeous. They're also high-quality, with fine detail work. The down-side? They don't come cheap–the 39 Coupe pushes $800K.

Also, take note of the fact that this boat has a galley up and aft, a layout that's become quite popular. With the single-level deck and wide opening aft doors, the idea is to allow easy entertaining and transitioning between the outside of the boat and the inside. If, that is, you can tell when you're inside—another late design trait that the 39 Coupe takes advantage of is turning the cabin light, bright, and airy. Windows surround the saloon 360-degrees, a huge opening sunroof allows in a fresh breeze, and an atrium at the companionway brings gobs of natural light and ventilation down below. You didn't like the cave-like feel of old-fashioned cabins? That won't be a problem, on this boat.

Considering how many new designs Tiara has been bringing to the market in the past few years, it's a solid bet that the innovation will continue. In fact, they also expanded their flybridge line this past year with the introduction of the 50 Convertible. What's coming next? Stay tuned...

For more information visit Tiara, or take a look at these Tiara 39 Coupe listings.

Written by: Lenny Rudow
With over two decades of experience in marine journalism, Lenny Rudow has contributed to publications including YachtWorld, boats.com, Boating Magazine, Marlin Magazine, Boating World, Saltwater Sportsman, Texas Fish & Game, and many others. Lenny is a graduate of the Westlawn School of Yacht Design, and he has won numerous BWI and OWAA writing awards.