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Tomco Marine Group has just announced their latest model, the new American Tug 485. At just under 50-feet (49’11″ with anchor!) she will be the perfect size for the long distance cruiser. The new American Tug 485 offers a large salon with opportunities for owners choice of arrangement.
Enjoy wilderness cruising or urban exploration; The 485 is comfortable and capable.
Built in La Conner, Washington of the hightest quality. Come take a factory tour or arrange a sea trial. We build our boats to order, you can choose all your colors and options.
Tugs, Trawlers and Expedition Sailboats: Ideal for cruising Puget Sound & the Salish Sea! Factory direct American Tugs to the west coast.
American Tug - Let's build your dream!
Call Steve Scruggs, Sales Manager for American Tug / Tomco Marine Group.
Now offering American Tugs direct to the western United States & Canada. Call for a tour of our shop and see how these quality boats are really built. Made in La Conner, Washington just an hour north of Seattle or an hour south of the Canadian border. 360-466-2961 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Steve Scruggs at (206) 321-2164
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 49 ft 9 in
Beam: 15 ft 10 in
LWL: 44 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 34000 lbs Dry Load
Headroom: 6 ft 7 in
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
New construction - Factory Direct from Tomco Marine
American Tug 485 - Tomco Marine Groups latest model.
Choose your options, interior fabrics, colors and textures:
Hull Color - we can computer match your favorite color
Fabrics & Upholstery - over 60 colors or Ultraleather or Ultrasuede
Floor coverings including hardwood, cork or carpet
Pick your favorite options:
Raised pilothouse or with full flying bridge
Upper deck "Skylounge seating"
Spec your electronics package
Let us know how you want her, we are building your dream. Visit the American Tugs website and download our color brochure and factory options list
Standard Equipment on the AT-485:
Included are these standard items:
Cummins 8.3 Litre QSC-550 Engine
9kw Northern Lights Generator
Hydronic forced-air heat or Air conditioning
Sidepower SEP variable-speed DC bow & stern thrusters
LED Lighting throughout
Large galley with dual refrigerators and top-load freezer
Magnum Energy inverter
240-volt electrical system
Bosch washer & dryer
Large salon with two swivel chairs
40-inch LED television on hidden/rising bracket and cabinetry
American Tug quality - Made in La Conner, WA
Download the full specifications and standard equipment list from our website at www.americantugs.com
The salon is very large and allows for owner input and customization.
Introduction to our new model
Using American Tugs time proven Lynn Senour semi-displacement hull form, the 485 will deliver excellent efficiency at speed and incredible stability provided by her hard chines and full keel. The long keel allows smooth tracking and protects the running gear.
We have been meeting with and listening to owners of our American Tug 435′s, 395′s and 365′s in an effort to learn how we can build the very best boats possible. “Our boat owners have tremendous amounts of experience and are very sharp, they love their American Tugs” quoted Mike Schoppert, President of Tomco Marine Group. The input has helped perfect the space utilization and kept the focus on how the boats are really used.
The AT-485 will be available with a variety of salon layouts including either an “L-shaped or U-shaped” settee, a forward dinette, desk or bar area. The traditional pilothouse can have a companionway to the optional upper flybridge or “skylounge seating area”. The large aft cockpit can be accessed via a single or optional french double-door. Twin swivel chairs and a 40-inch LED television are standard equipment. “The owners need to be comfortable while on extended cruises, these boats will be covering a lot of miles” said Steve Scruggs, sales manager at Tomco Marine Group.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.