The Powerboat Guide calls Tomco Marine’s American Tug 34 a “sought-after coastal cruiser … loaded with practical features.” It starts with the pilothouse design. The steering station is to starboard behind an ample, sturdy trawler-style windshield, with side doors to access the decks. The high bulwarks make moving around the boat safe and secure.
The single-stateroom layout below begins with a large master cabin forward, laid out with a queen-size island berth and direct access to the head compartment, which is designed with a large separate shower stall, along with the usual amenities.
Up three steps is the pilothouse. The helm station has good sightlines for docking or picking up a mooring, ample room for charts and electronics, and bench seats for comfort. The L-shaped galley-up is aft in the saloon, to starboard. Standard equipment includes a double-sink, a three-burner stove and an oven, along with a refrigerator/freezer unit and a microwave.
The L-shaped lounge along the port side converts to a double bunk. The cabinetry below is finished in teak.
This 2006 American Tug 34 is the equivalent of the current 365 model, but at a significant savings, especially because it’s fully equipped. It’s designed with the option of being a long term liveaboard, the ability to handle rough seas, the power to get on plane when necessary and a full keel that protects the prop from damage. We love the pilot house and galley up design with lots of windows and storage space and the beautiful teak.
Miss Liberty’s condition is nearly new and remarkably pristine. Being a Northern fresh water boat it’s typically only in the water 4 months a year and is often stored indoors in a climate controlled building. Her maintenance is up to date, accessories showing wear have been replaced and she’s been thoroughly detailed inside and out.
We firmly believe she is well designed for extended cruising and remains unmatched in boats her size. She’s now ready to leave on her next adventure and make great family memories for her new owner.
Single Cummins QSB 5.9 380 hp electronic diesel engine w/ 2316 hrs Bow thruster 6 Kw Northern Lights Genset Reverso Oil change system Dripless Shaft Seal Twin Disc transmission Razor shaft line cutter 3 Auto/manual bilge pumps Rocna 20 anchor w/chain rode
Island Queen berth Generous stateroom storage including a cedar-lined hanging locker Full vanity and 36 x 36 shower stall Vacuflush freshwater 12v toilet Ultraleather upholstery with pilot house seating for four Teak cabinets and paneling Reverse cycle air conditioning/heat 750 watt electric heater in saloon and stateroom Heatercraft (engine) forced air heat L-shaped galley with double sink-Grohe faucet and water filter 110v microwave 110v 3 burner stove/oven Novakool refrigerator/freezer L-shaped dinette converts to double bed for guests
Boss Tender with 9.9 Honda 4 stroke Seawise Davit system
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