Call Steve Scruggs at 206-930-6139 to arrange a visit, let’s look at all four boats here at the American Tug factory, moored on Trawler Row. firstname.lastname@example.org
American Tug Factory Tours on Saturday & Sunday
Open Docks Friday – Sunday
Currently on Trawler Row:
Tugnacious – 2001 American Tug 34 – Sale Pending
Secret Beach – 2006 American Tug 34 – Sale Pending
Prime Time II – 2004 American Tug 41 – New Listing
Justatug – 2005 American Tug 41 – New Listing
Intermezzo – 2008 American Tug 41 – New Listing
Boy O Boy – 2011 American Tug 41 – New Listing
Murphy’s Law – 1999 Camano Troll 31 – Sale Pending
Compromise – 1994 Tollycraft 45 – Cool Boat
2006 American Tug 34 Secret Beach Now Sold!
Equipped with the most popular factory options and an integrated dual Raymarine navigation package. Cabernet colored hull with a tasteful Doe Ultraleather interior. Cummins 380HP electronic common rail engine, Espar diesel furnace, air conditioning in the master, 6kw Northern Lights genset, full height windows in pilothouse doors, bow thruster, larger 20-gallon water heater, dual Racor filters, Prosine power inverter, and plenty of stainless accessories.
She has Walker Bay 10-foot dinghy mounted on the upper boat deck, lifted by a Roskelly Ollson crane. The cockpit has a cool raised counter with stainless barbecue. There is even an ESI fuel polishing system in the engine room.
This is a very well maintained low-hour boat with the best options! Hurry as she will sell fast.
Located on the American Tug display dock in La Conner, WA. Come see Secret Beach on Trawler Row and take a factory tour.
Call Steve Scruggs at 360-466-2961 or email@example.com
2011 American Tug 41 Boy O Boy $ 634,900
Gorgeous interior joinery, Garmin dual touchscreen electronics package, 11-foot inflatable with 15-hp electric start & hydraulic crane. Cummins electronic fuel injected 500hp engine. Bow & stern thrusters with wireless remote. Air conditioned with 44,000 BTU’s of 4-season comfort.
Nearly new and very well maintained. Boy O Boy has just two season of usage. Your opportunity to enjoy this lightly used American Tug without wait. This is a great American made yacht.
Cummins QSC-500 engine delivers 7.75-kt cruise at just 3-gph! The semi-displacement hull and 500-hp engine has the reserve power to move at up to 17-knots allowing you to safely navigate through the many fjords, narrows, and areas of adverse current along the Inside Passage or Intra-Coastal Waterway.
Wonderful Garmin electronics package featuring twin touch screen 5212 displays, integrated autopilot system, HD digital radar, Maretron weather transducer & NEMA 2000 backbone.
Boy O Boy is ready for your family’s next Expedition; to the Broughton’s, Alaska or Mexico!
Call Steve Scruggs at 360-466-2961 or firstname.lastname@example.org for complete information or to arrange an appointment to get aboard this fine yacht located on Trawler Row in La Conner, WA at the American Tug factory.
Albin 28 Tournament Express with Alaska back Now $94,000
Beautiful dark green Albin with low-hour Yanmar 315 inboard diesel. Ideal for cruising and fishing the northwest waters.
Super solid construction with high quality equipment. The salon & galley are full size and comfortable for a day or month of crusing. Wallas diesel cabin heat and Heatercraft engine will make her a 4-season cruiser.
Yanmar 315 with trolling gear, color sounder, large fish holds, live bait well, rod mounts, downrigger mounts, rocket launchers, coupled with a very large cockpit this is a capable boat for the sportsman.
Bow thruster, power anchor windlass with large pulpit and Bruce anchor, stainless arch, capable electronics including plotter, autopilot and color sounder. She is ready for your family’s next weekend or summer expedition.
Call Steve at 206-321-2164 and let’s go see Odyssey in Anacortes, WA.
2004 American Tug 41 Prime Time II $517,500
Built for her current owner; the original Pacific Northwest dealer for American Tugs. She is well equipped and has been very meticulously maintained by an experienced yachtsman.
The American Tug 41 is a beautifully crafted raised pilothouse motor yacht.
Powered by the Cummins QSC-540 common rail engine with complete maintenance records. Equipped with bow and stern thrusters, Simrad 17-inch color displays & multi-function repeaters, Furuno NavNet color radar, chart plotter and high-power fish finder, built in PC with Coastal Explorer software, Tanner mast, factory custom cabinetry, abundant engine spares, Village Marine 600-gpd watermaker, Nova Kool refrigerator, Force Ten stove, Hydronic heat system, Stidd helm chair, 11.5-foot AB inflatable with console and Yamaha 25 engine, etc.. The complete list is impressive.
Equipped to fish and proven lucky; Prime Time II has a trolling valve on the marine gear, two bridge-deck mounted deep freezers, Tanner stainless rocket launchers, custom stainless cleaning station, Tanner downrigger mounts, Simrad multi repeater in aft cockpit, custom rod security locker, and a gorgeous Magma stainless barbecue center.
Prime Time II is ready for your next Expedition; to the Broughton’s, Alaska or Mexico!
Now moored on Trawler Row in La Conner Marina, just below the American Tug factory. Call Steve Scruggs to make a private appointment to see her. Call 360-466-6139 or email@example.com
1989 Lord Nelson Victory Tug Tortuga $154,500
The Lord Nelson Victory Tug looks great on the water. Built on a traditional New England design hull with a bluff bow and a curvy sheerline; they are salty! The raised pilothouse is warm and inviting for four-season cruising. These are heavily built and tough boats.
Tortuga is hull #73, a very late model LNVT featuring the much sought after updated interior arrangement. This rare interior has a U-shaped galley on the starboard side of the salon, the pilothouse access in along port side allowing a much larger pilothouse seating area. As the PH seat is longer the new design also is made convertible to a single berth.
New Raymarine touchscreen E90w multifunction display with new digital radar, and a new Raymarine autopilot are featured in the nicely updated electronics suite.
Powered by a low-hour Cummings 6BT3.9 4-cylinder 150-hp diesel engine. She will burn just a couple of gallons per hour at her displacement hull speed of approximately 7.5 knots. This year (2014) the cooling system was serviced with a new heat exchanger, the turbo & exhaust elbow were also replaced. She is well maintained.
Tortuga is ready for your family’s summer vacation.
She looks great and has been well kept. Call Steve at 206-321-2164 for a private showing. Come and see her on Trawler Row.