Nordic Tug 34
The idea that grew to become today's Nordic Tugs had its origin in the fuel crisis of the mid-1970s: build a fuel-stingy vessel that combined the attributes important to the cruising powerboater. It proved to be one of those rare ideas not only appropriate for its time, but an idea whose virtues are still relevant today...
Our story begins in the early `70s, when Jerry Husted purchased Blue Water Boats, a company that manufactured double-ended ocean ketches of the Norwegian "Ingrid" design, from Jim Musser. Musser introduced Husted to Lynn Senour, the naval architect who designed the interiors and rigs of Musser's boat.
That combination of circumstances proved prophetic.
|Overall Length:||34' 11|
|Length of Waterline:||32' 8|
|Power:||Cummins QSD 270 hp|
|Weight (dry):||15,700 lbs|
|Weight (wet):||18,500 lbs|
|Fuel tank capacity:||205 USG|
|Range:||Approx. 500 NM @ 8 knots (varies with load and cruising conditions)|
|Fresh water capacity:||100 USG|
|Blackwater capacity:||30 USG|
|Grey water capacity:||26 USG|
If you’re looking for a trawler to fulfill your quest for adventure, look no further than the Nordic Tug 34. It’s spacious enough to sleep two couples comfortably and features a roomy salon and galley for entertaining, yet is the ideal size for exploring shallow coves, navigating the Great Loop or cruising the scenic Alaskan coastline.
Her pilothouse offers panoramic 360-degree views and direct access to the deck. She is outfitted with enough cruising power to get you moving in the teens while still being conservative on fuel. A standard bow thruster allows for confident maneuvering and docking in close quarters.
Constructed with level of quality and detail that Nordic Tugs are known for, the Nordic Tug 34 gives you a solid, seaworthy ride that instills the confidence to chart the course for your next adventure.
See Nordic Tugs Inc at http://www.nordictug.com