Jayhawk has been well kept and upgraded by an experienced yachtsman. She is ready for your family's next cruise.
Her engine has just been serviced in October 2016 including having the raw & fresh water cooling system removed and serviced. Oil change in both the engine and genset with new filters in June 2016. She is ready to go!
Equipped with the most popular factory options including: Grey hull,"Platinum" Ultraleather and neutral Silverado carpeting. Cummins 370HP engine, Northern Lights genset, bow thruster, dual Racor filters, front deck storage box. Heated with a new Wallas 40DT 4kw diesel forced air furnace and cooled with Ocean Marine reverse-cycle air-conditioning. Updated electronics include a 12-inch Standard Horizon multifunction panel, AIS, Rogue Wave WiFi extender and Standard Horizon VHF radio.
She has a Zodiac Yachtline 310R Rib dinghy with a Tohatsu 9.8hp electric start outboard hung from an American Tug / Tanner stainless stern davit. Jayhawk is ready for your family's next vacation.
Now moored on Trawler Row in La Conner, WA at the American Tug factory. Call Steve and arrange a private showing or for more information. Ask for a link to high resolution photo gallery with over 100 pictures.
Come and take a tour & see our quality build. Made in America!
When:This Saturday – October 1st – from 10am till 4pm Where: At American Tugs – 800 S Pearle Jensen Way, La Conner, WA 98257
At the north basin of the La Conner Marina. Come around the back to the large doors.
What: Factory tours, open house, Q&A, open boats, see the build process.
See: – On the shop floor we have several boats under construction
– See how we laminate the hulls, install mechanical components & wiring, build out the interiors, see the fine finish joinery and add the highest quality hardware.
On Trawler-row: Our docks are full. Come and see the brokerage boats and pre-owned American Tugs.
Equipped with the most popular factory options and a Furuno navigation package with open-array radar, Icom VHF and Icom 802 SSB radios. Midnight Blue hull with a tasteful Papyrus Ultraleather interior. Cummins 380HP electronic common rail engine with just 1,115-hours, 6kw Northern Lights genset, full height windows in pilothouse doors, bow thruster, dual Racor filters, Magnum Energy power inverter.
She has an AB aluminum hulled inflatable mounted with a Lehr 5-hp propane powered engine. Dinghy is hung from an American Tug factory stainless stern davit. Full information on Spica is here. Hull #126 was built with many of the enhancements that we included in the 365 including the sliding side doors with longer stainless side rails, interior doors with milled arched top doorways, larger aft lazarette locker. We included the Hurricane II diesel fired hydronic furnace with zone heat and independent thermostats in the salon and master stateroom.
This is a very well maintained low-hour boat with the best options! Hurry as she will sell fast. Call Steve or Gerry and arrange a private tour. 360-466-2961 or email@example.com
TrawlerFest Anacortes May 19-21, 2016 Thurs-Sat Cap Sante Marina
Come see the American Tugs at TrawlerFest Anacortes.
2011 American Tug 41 Boy O Boy & 2006 American Tug 34 My Sharona
2011 American Tug 41 #43 Boy O Boy Now Reduced $599,500
Capable American Tug 41 with all the best factory options. Navy blue hull with a gorgeous neutral colored interior featuring dual “Stressless loungers”. Cummins QSC-500 engine sips just 3-gph at 7.75-knot cruise, yet can wake up and deliver 12-15 knots when needed to safely navigate the Inside Passage. Well kept and ready to cruise. Dual display Garmin navigation suite with autopilot. Air conditioned for your comfort. Upper deck crane with Mercury inflatable & 15-hp Mercury. See her at TrawlerFest Anacortes.
2006 American Tug 34 #98 My Sharona Now Sold!
British Racing Green beauty. Cummins QSB-425 powered. Fitted with solar panels, wind generator, Rocna anchor & watermaker for prolonged “off the grid” wilderness cruising. You will still be comfortable with satellite television and a gorgeous American Tug interior. Upper deck crane, Achilles dinghy with Yamaha 20. Excellent maintenance. See her at TrawlerFest Anacortes.
Come say hello and see the American Tugs at TrawlerFest Anacortes 2016.
Secure your dinghy with Suncor stainless ratchet straps
We regularly see dinghies secured to decks or davits with a variety of tie-down methods, some are tidy and solid, others maybe a bit more "freestyle" in their technique. It is important to keep the dinghy held firmly so that it stays in place in rougher sea conditions.
I have always liked to use ratchet straps when securing a load in my truck or on a trailer, but these are generally made of mild steel and susceptible to rust in the marine environment. Suncor to the rescue!
They have a full line of stainless ratchet straps in 1-inch, 1.5 & 2-inch widths and a variety of lengths.
2008 American Tug 41 Flybridge #36 Lulu Maru now Sold!
Gorgeous boat - Ready for your next family vacation
The flybridge is a great entertaining area, private, comfortable, with extended sightlines…and you can drive from it too! Lulu Maru was built by an experienced yachtsman and he chose wisely; articulated hinged stainless radar mast allows her to be kept in covered moorage, bow & stern thrusters, Village Marine watermaker, Steelhead ES-1000 4-axis crane, Buell air horns, Dual display Raymarine nav suite.
Teak interior joinery with gorgeous Ultraleather upholstery.
Shows like a new boat. Complete maintenance history. Kept in covered moorage in Edmonds, now on Trawler Row in La Conner. Price just reduced - hurry! Call Steve at 206-930-6139