Price Reduction: American Tug 34 #39

2003 American Tug 34          Sinoma            Reduced now $234,500

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2003 American Tug 34 w/ Cummins 370 engine - Majestic Blue hull

Update:  Just serviced and ready for 2014!  The engine and genset were serviced this spring (3/2014) and included a new heat exchanger on the main, the aftercooler and turbocharger were sent out for service and reinstalled, new thermostat.  Full inspection of engine and its cooling system.  Full oil and filter service on both the main and genset.

Equipped with the most popular factory options including: Majestic blue hull with recent 2009 LPG hull paint.  Light SeaShell Ultraleather interior. Cummins 370HP engine w/ Cummins spares kit,  6kw Northern Lights genset w/ spares kit, full height windows in pilothouse doors, bow & stern thrusters, dual Racor filters front deck storage box.  Heated with a Hurricane II hydronic furnace.

She has an AB 9VL Rib dinghy with Weaver snap davits and a Yamaha 8hp outboard.

Sinoma Salon

Her Raymarine navigation suite includes:  Dual Raymarine SL-70 series displays, Ray GPS, 2kw radar, Raymarine ST-5000 series autopilot, ST-60 Tridata & ST-60 Wind instruments.  She has dual Icom VHF radios with both an M602 an a M502 and includes AIS.  Also equipped with a Panasonic Toughbook computer and full size Big Bay display running Nobeltec VNS Max Pro 10 software.  That is a very thorough set of electronics!

Full details and over 60 photos of Sinoma are here.

Sinoma has been well kept and upgraded by an experienced yachtsman.  She is ready for your family’s next cruise.

Moored in La Conner, WA at the American Tug Factory.  Come and see Sinoma on Trawler Row.  Call Steve at 206-321-2164.

New Listing: 2008 American Tug 41

2008 American Tug 41      Journey        $624,500

Journey anchored

Gorgeous teak interior joinery, Raymarine G-Series 15-inch displays, Village Marine watermaker, Volvo D9 500-hp diesel engine, many custom factory details.

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Carefully built for experienced American Tug owners. She is well equipped and very meticulously maintained. Powered by a Volvo 500hp common rail engine with twin alternators, bow and stern thrusters, Tanner mast, factory interior joinery in teak, Stidd helm chair, Village Marine 600-gpd watermaker, Steelhead marine crane, Espar forced-air diesel furnace.

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Raymarine G-Series glass cockpit displays. Gorgeous dual Raymarine 15-inch monitors, GPS & chartplotter, 4kw open-array HD radar, high-power fish finder, AIS, cameras, ST-8000 autopilot, dual VHF radios. A really nice electronics suite.

This is one of the cleanest and best kept yachts this broker has ever seen. Journey has received the very best professional care and looks as new. Truly impressive and maintenance.

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Journey is ready for your family’s next Expedition; to the Broughton’s, Alaska or Mexico!

Click here for full details on Journey.

New survey just conducted in March 2014.

Call Steve Scruggs at 360-466-2961 or for high resolution photos. She is clean, well maintained and well prepared.

Price Reduction: 2007 American Tug 34

2007 American Tug 34   #102      Ashika         now $319,500

Equipped with the most popular factory options including: Flag blue hull with a tasteful Champagne Ultrasuede interior. Cummins 380HP electronic common rail engine w/ Cummins spares kit, Espar diesel furnace, 6kw Northern Lights genset w/ spares kit, full height windows in pilothouse doors, bow & stern thruster, dual Racor filters, Magnum Energy power inverter w/ extra battery, split chain locker w/ second roller & spare anchor.

She has an Avon RIB-310 dinghy with an Honda 9.9 4-stroke outboard, hanging on an American Tug factory stainless stern davit.

Her Raymarine navigation suite includes:  Raymarine E-120 multifunction display, Ray 125 GPS, 4kw radar, DSM fish finder module w/ high-power transducer, Raymarine ST-8000 series autopilot w/ gyro corepack, ST-60 Tridata & ST-60 Wind instruments.  Includes an Icom IC-M602 VHF radio.  That is a nice set of instruments!

Click here for full details and over 60 photos!

Ashika has been well kept and properly maintained.  Call Steve Scruggs, CPYB anytime at 206-321-2164 to see her at La Conner Marina.  Another great boat from Expedition Yacht Sales!

Thank you,  Steve

Seattle Boats Afloat Jan 24 – Feb 1 on Lake Union


Seattle Boats Afloat Show

January 24-February 1st on Lake Union at Chandlers Cove

Please come to the boat show and look for our display.  We are very proud to have a pair of brand new American Tugs to show, both launched this winter.

Cookie Too

Scarlett in the snow

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See the new Cookie Too, an American Tug 435 and the new Scarlett, a gorgeous American Tug 395.  We will also be bringing one of our very nice brokerage offerings, a 1990 Grand Banks 42, Pinnacle.

Please note that the Seattle Show has been shortened by one day so we can all watch the Super Bowl and cheer for the Seahawks!

New Listing: Albin 28 with Yanmar 315 diesel

Albin 28 Tournament Express with Alaska back

Albin 28 - Odyssey

Beautiful dark green Albin with low-hour Yanmar 315 inboard diesel.  Ideal for cruising and fishing the northwest waters.

Albin 28 - Odyssey

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.

Albin 28 - Odyssey

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.

Full details are here.

Call Steve at 206-321-2164 and let’s go see Odyssey in Anacortes, WA.

New Publication: The 2014 Waggoner Guide

Fine Edge is now accepting orders for 2014 Waggoner Guide

Last summer Mark Bunzel and Sam Landsman cruised to Alaska and around Vancouver Island to update the Waggoner Guide. Now, after countless hours of work, they are about to send the files off to the printer.
2014 Waggoner

In addition to the multitude of changes to report on, they’ve improved the guide in several ways:

  • Improved marina diagrams, including additional information on dock numbering/lettering
  • Additional area diagrams clarifying where specific marinas are in certain harbors
  • Basic distance tables included on many area diagrams
  • Several new marinas, anchorages, and attractions are now covered
  • More weather tips are included to make cruising safer and more comfortable

The 2014 Waggoner Cruising Guide is available for pre-order now. They will be be shipping by mid-December. Your credit card will not be charged until your order ships

Fine Edge & Waggoner give all my American Tug clients a nice discount on all their fine publications.  Go to:
Thanks Mark!