Sold Boat: 2005 Nordic Tug Flybridge

2005 Nordic Tug 37 Flybridge    Tritonia Festiva     Sold!


2005 Nordic Tug 37 Flybridge – Now on Trawler Row

Tritonia Festiva is a Silver Anniversary edition Nordic 37 featuring the large flybridge with seating for 5.  This northwest boat is ideally suited to her home waters.  Large pilothouse with great visibility or on those nice days celebrate outdoors and drive or lounge in the flybridge.


Two-cabin interior with single head is perfect for cruising couples, families or occasional guests.  The second cabin can also be used for storage on extended trips.

Set up with dual PC’s for navigation, Raymarine high-powered fishfinder and Simrad autopilot.  Daylight visible monitor at the upper station.

Robust Nordic electrical system includes a 500-AH house battery bank, Xantrex 2500-watt inverter and an Onan genset with just 277-hours.  Cruise with confidence!


Low-hour Cummins electronic QSB-380 engine is happy at displacement or faster semi-displacement runs when you want to move faster.   Engine and systems have been well maintained with complete records.

Complete information on this gorgeous Nordic 37 pilothouse is here.

Come and see Tritonia Festiva on Trawler Row in La Conner, WA.  Call Steve at 360-466-9277 or

Sold Boat: Jeanneau 43 Deck Salon

2005 Jeanneau 43 Deck Salon    Desiderata     now   Sold!


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The Jeanneau 43 Deck Salon – Perfect Northwest 4-season boat

Desiderata is an ideal northwest cruising sailboat.  Large raised deck salon with galley and settee up in the windows where the views can be enjoyed.  Bright and airy interior.

Extremely well equipped and ready to cruise.  Large double-spreader roller mast with North Sails.  Harken electric winches with all lines led aft.  Roller furling main and genoa.

Desiderata - Jeanneau 43DS 070

Upgraded with Lewmar bow thruster for ease of control around the docks.  Yanmar 75hp factory optional larger engine is mated with a 3-blade Max-Prop feathering prop.  Only 1362-hours!


Nice Raymarine integrated marine electronics suite with C-80 LCD multifunction monitor, GPS, Autopilot, Radar, Wind and Tridata.   Entertainment electronics include upgraded Sony satellite stereo with Boston Speakers, Alpine amp, Toshiba LCD television and DVD player.

Desiderata - Jeanneau 43DS 035 (Custom)


Very well kept and maintained.  Call Steve Scruggs at 206-930-6139 to arrange a private showing or email for a link to a gallery of over 100 high resolution photos.  Great design, well maintained and ideal for northwest cruising!

Click here for full details on Desiderata.

Sold Boat: 2004 Camano 31

2004 Camano 31      Harbor Inn       now sold by EYS!!

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Harbor Inn is a very late production Camano Troll.  Beautifully kept!  Featuring the large flybridge with bimini.  Hull #221 has a hardwood sole, tasteful upholstery, perfect finishes; she shows as a new boat.  This is the Camano you have been waiting for.


She has all the gear: Webasto forced air diesel furnace, VacuFlush head, Dual Racor fuel filters, Force-Ten stainless stove, Maxwell windlass & genuine Bruce anchor, Raymarine electronics with ST6001 autopilot, WM inflatable with Weaver snap davit & Honda 2hp engine.


The Camano 31 with her Keelform hull is a beautifully designed semi-displacement trawler; ideal for cruising the northwest.

Call Steve Scruggs at 206-930-6139 and arrange a private showing of Harbor Inn on Trawler Row in La Conner, WA .

Complete information on Harbor Inn is here.


Sold Boat: 2006 American Tug 34

2006 American Tug 34     My Sharona        Now Sold!


My Sharona –  425 engine, solar cells, watermaker, wind gen, crane.  Nice equipment!

2006 American Tug 34 with Cummins QSB-425 engine

Wind generator, Solar, Satellite & Watermaker

Ideally prepared for independent cruising, My Sharona is equipped to be self-reliant and comfortable:  Twin solar panels, Eclectic Energy D-400 wind generator, new AGM batteries, Northern Lights 6kw genset, Magnum Energy 2,000 watt inverter, Spectra watermaker, Rocna anchor, Achilles dinghy with Yamaha 20, many spares.

Prepped for off the grid cruising with solar, windgen & watermaker

Prepped for off the grid cruising with solar, windgen & watermaker

American Tug 34 #98 is equipped with the very rare larger Cummins QSB-425 electronic fuel injected engine with 425 hp.  The factory included a hull extension under the swim grid that provides additional running surface. She sea-trialed at 19.3 knots!  Her displacement economy cruise remains 7.25-knots at just 2.1 gph.

Raymarine Electronics

Raymarine Electronics

Electronics include an integrated Raymarine suite including a C-120 12-inch color multifunction display with GPS & charts, radar & overlay, 4Kw radar, ST-8000 autopilot, Raymarine Tridata.  Icom-602 & Standard Horizon Matrix AIS+ Vhf radios complete this great package.

My Sharona has just been bottom painted, buffed and waxed. Engine maintenance is current and the systems are all maintained.  This boat is ready for your family’s next expedition.   Ideal for the Bay area, Mexico, Alaska, Bahamas and extended cruising.

Call Steve Scruggs at 206-321-2164 to arrange a private showing on Trawler Row.

Sold Boat: 2004 American Tug 41

2004 American Tug 41      Prime Time II         now  Sold!

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.

Built in La Conner, Washington on a semi-displacement hull and designed to operate super efficiently at displacement hull-speeds.  When the skipper desires or the situation requires she can be powered up to run in semi-displacement trim allowing her to safely pass the narrows, rapids or areas of adverse current found all along the Inside Passage.  American Tugs are ideally suited for northwest 4-season cruising.

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.

Click here for a gallery of high resolution photos

Here is the Yachtworld listing with full details

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