The Cindy T is a beautiful
American Tug 34. Nicely kept by her original owners and in nice
original shape. Moored in Bayfield, Wisconsin on fresh water. This
is just the way you want to find an AT-34; they were great boats
coming out of the factory in La Conner, WA and are best if preserved
by a careful owner without modifications.
Equipped with the Cummins 6BTA5.9
330-hp 6-cylinder diesel, she will cruise all day while just sipping
fuel at 7.3-knots, or you can utilize the semi-displacement planing
hull and take her up to about 16-knots if needed to avoid adverse
current or cross the Straights in style. A range of 1600 miles will
make extended cruising easy.
She has a Raymarine electroncis suite
including ST-60 Tridata, Depth, RL70c Color Radar RL530 color chart
plotter and the very capable ST-5000 hydraulic autopilot. Side
Power bow thruster, Air-conditioning, Reverso oil change
system, trolling valve on the marine gear, Racor dual fuel
filtration, automatic fire extinguisher, AGM battery bank with Blue
Seas electrical panels. She has all the good gear.
Let's go see the Cindy T in
Wisconsin. This is a very nice and low-hour American Tug 34, the
perfect cruising boat for the Great Loop, Puget Sound & Alaska,
Florida lifestyle or your family's next Expedition.
Tugs, Trawlers and Expedition Sailboats: Ideal for cruising Puget Sound & the Salish Sea! Factory direct American Tugs to the west coast.
Call Steve Scruggs at 206-321-2164 to see the Cindy T
I was very pleased to inspect the Cindy T and found what I was hoping to see, an original boat. Original condition, original owner and well maintained fresh-water kept boat. This is a sweet American Tug; not changed or modified, not cooked in the tropical sun, stored indoors 8-months of the year, but just like she left the factory.
Represented by American Tugs & Trawlers, the factory dealership. We know these boats best. Call Steve Scruggs at 206-930-6139 or firstname.lastname@example.org and let's go see her.