Monday, September 24, 2012

Open House at La Conner Marina - Sept 28-30

Come see four American Tug 34′s – all on the same dock!

We have eleven boats on display, come to the Open House!
Directions: Head west on SR-20 from I-5. Turn south on La Conner – Whitney Road. At the traffic round-a-bout turn west into La Conner on Morris Street. Turn right on 3rd street and go past the South Basin of the Marina to the North Basin. Park near the Port building and look for us on I-Dock. Call me if you have questions at 206-321-2164.

We hope to see you this weekend at the Open House!

Steve & Cindy – Anytime at 206-321-2164

Monday, September 17, 2012

American Tug Owners Rendezvous 2012

A fantastic event held in Anacortes, WA - September 2012

The largest Rendezvous yet with 37 boats on the dock at Cap Sante Marina. 

The fleet sure looks great!

Kurt Dilworth leading his Friday morning tech talk.  This is always one of the most popular events.
Bob Senter of Northern Lights generators leading a hands on seminar in the parking lot.

The "Skylounge" is open!  They had a good time.
Kurt and Mike from the American Tug factory singing with Bizarre Love Triangle during Friday's dinner.  A great band:
Kurt's daughter Grace "High Fiving" her aunt Katie.
Publisher Mark Bunzel showing the size of his big fish.   A great program on cruising the Inside Passage to Alaska.  See his books at:

Nearly ninety American Tug owners in attendance. 

Thanks for including us in the festivities.  We always enjoy the Rendezvous.
Steve & Cindy Scruggs

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Sold Boat: 2004 American Tug 34

2004 American Tug 34  "Hull #59"   Sold by EYS!!

Hull #59 has been beautifully kept in fresh water covered moorage by her original owner. “Cabernet” colored hull with “Polar White” deck, she looks great and is timeless in appearance. Ordered from the AT factory with all the best options including; Prosine 2kw inverter & extra battery, Ice maker, full-height door windows, shaft line cutter, stainless stern davits, bow storage box and custom interior book racks. Her Cummins 370hp engine has just 1,000 hours.

She has an AB inflatable RIB with Yamaha 8-hp 4-stroke engine hanging on the davit. Raymarine instruments include C-80 color chartplotter, Autohelm ST-6001 autopilot, Wind & Tridata. A gorgeous Garmin GPSmap 2010c color chartplotter is the primary navigation instrument. A side-power stern thruster has been installed with the cool single lever control.

Hull #59 is a late model boat with teak interior joinery work, excellent interior & exterior colors and all the popular options and upgrades. She is in really great shape and shows a pride of ownership. New bottom paint applied by CSR Marine in August 2012. Waxed twice annually. Professionally maintained and ready for your family’s next Expedition.

Full information and over 50 photos here.

Steve Scruggs, CPYB knows the American Tugs best. He has sold nearly 60 AT’s in the past eight years. Call Steve anytime at 206-321-2164 for additional information or to make a private appointment to see Hull #59 in Seattle. I am honest and work hard for all of my clients!

I sold her!