Tiara Eliminates 2900 Coronet

Popular model retired.

3rd July 2007.
By Staff

HOLLAND, Mich. — Tiara has ended production of the 2900 Coronet. The final model was delivered yesterday to new owner Bruce Hanson.

The event was marked with a celebration at the Tiara plant. The Coronet production team members, many of whom had worked at Tiara since the 2900 was released in 2006, gathered to commemorate the production of hull No. 416 — the final 29-footer to leave the line.

“The 2900 Coronet has been a very successful day-boat,” said Robert Slikkers, president of Tiara Yachts. “It is the smallest ?model in our fleet, but it has always been constructed with the ?same attention to seaworthiness, reliability, and fit and finish ? that goes into every one of our Sovran, Open or pure fishing ?models. We’ve always said of the Coronet: “˜It’s a comfortable 29 ?feet — and every inch a Tiara Yacht.’”


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