- Price $ 424,900
- Boat Name
- MAKE / Model American Tug
- Construction Fiberglass
- Beam 15.83 ft
- Draft 4.42 ft
- Engine(s) Cummins, diesel
Price just reduced from $449,000 for the spring season! Do not miss this beautiful American Tug 41!
"Mary Alyce" is a fine example of the classic American Tug 41. She has been lovingly maintained by her owner, who has enjoyed spending time aboard the boat cruising the Chesapeake Bay. Current owner has done some nice upgrades to the boat, including updating the electronics, dinghy, and salon sole to name a few highlights. She must be seen to be appreciated as she has a lot to offer her next owner, and will certainly make them proud! Please be sure to click on the Full Specs tab for all of the details on this fine vessel.
- Accommodations & Layout
The American Tug 41 offers a very spacious layout for her size, offering two separate staterooms with en suite heads, a bright pilothouse with good visibility for safe navigation, and a comfortable salon with U-shaped galley.
Starting below in in the bow puts you in the guest stateroom with a pullman berth to port. Washer & separate dryer are stacked in a locker here, and the en suite guest head with separate shower stall are to starboard. Ample storage can be found throughout with a variety of lockers, drawers, and an area for storing larger items under the cabin sole. Moving aft of the guest stateroom brings you to a set of steps which leads down to the athwartships master stateroom. A cedar-lined closet and plenty of drawer storage complement the island berth. Master head is to starboard, and features a separate stall shower.
Stepping up a few steps from the master stateroom brings you to a landing which houses the central vacuum system, as well as various lockers for added storage. Stepping up several more steps brings you to the pilothouse. Copious amounts of room are found here, and her vast electronics suite is nicely set up for functional navigation, as well as redundancy. There are exterior doors both port and starboard, several opening windows, as well as a comfortable seat with small table to port. Fully-adjustable Stidd helm seat offers the captain a secure perch for your seagoing adventures. Main electrical panel and a mixed variety of different storage options are found throughout here too.
Moving further aft brings you down a few more steps into the salon and galley. Creative use of the faux smoke stack is used to give you functional headroom while moving aft, as well as providing a creative focal point to her interior. Once down in the salon, you will notice the beautiful cherry wood floors which were added by the current owner. Large L-shaped settee can be found to starboard with the movable salon table. Galley can be found on the port side, and offers a refrigerator, freezer, toaster oven, electric cooktop & separate oven, and a double sink. Blinds throughout offer privacy/shade as needed.
Continuing aft through the main salon door brings you out into the large aft cockpit. There is storage in the center of the transom, and generator access/storage under the cockpit sole, The ladder on the starboard side brings you to the upper deck which carries the dinghy and crane.
For their size, the American Tug 41 offers a very stout craft with a tremendous amount of room aboard for long distance cruising. Please let me know if you have any specific questions. I look forward to hearing from you!
- Vessel Builder
- Tomco Marine, Laconner, Washington, USA
- Hull identification number: TQG41004G405
- LOA: 41' (excluding 2' - 0" swim platform)
- Beam: 15' - 10"
- Displacement: Approximately 35,000 pounds (weighed 42,000 pounds on lift)
- Draft: 4' - 10"
- Air draft: 28'
- Maximum speed: 12 knots
- Fiber reinforced plastic
- Bottom scheduled to be repainted September, 2019
- Zinc anodes scheduled to be replaced September, 2019
- Swim platform with safety rail and swim ladder
- Main Engine & Mechanical
- Single Cummins diesel Model QSC8.3 540HO (540 HP at 2,600 rpm)
- Engine serial number: 46406192
- Engine hours: 3,222 (as of August 1, 2019)
- Dual Racor primary fuel filters
- Twin Disc 2.05:1 transmission (SN 5JF431)
- Dripless packing gland
- Reverso oil change system
- Bow thruster: Side Power SP 95T
- Stern thruster: Side Power SP 75 T
- Helm control
- Remote control
- Bow thruster battery replaced March. 2018 (Lifeline 4D AGM)
- Shore AC Power/Inverter/Generator
- 50 amp 125/250 volt
- Outlets throughout the yacht
- Glendenning Cablemaster retracting 50 amp shore power cable
- Xantrex Prosine 1800 Inverter, October 2016
- Northern Lights 8KW generator; 1,085 hours as of August 1, 2019
- Generator starting battery: Group 27, new September 2017
- Cummins SmartCraft display
- Raymaine dual depth finders and displays
- Raymarine wind instrument
- Garmin GHP reactor Autopilot, sensor, October 2016
- Xantrex Prosine 1800 Inverter, October 2016
- ProMariner ProNautic 60 amp, 3 bank digital battery charger, October, 2016
- Garmin 16 inch 7616 MFD touchscreen, June 2016
- Garmin AIS 600 transeiver, June 2016
- Garmin GPSMAP 7612 touchscreen chart-plotter, November 2018
- Garmine GMR24xHD 4 kw digital radome, November 2018
- Six cameras
- Two ICOM VHS radios (MMSI registration current)
- Holding tank monitor
- Water tank monitor
- One 4D AGM bow thruster battery replaced March, 2018 (Lifeline 4D AGM)
One 8D AGM battery for starting the main Cummins engine October, 2016
Three 8DAGM house batteries which also power the stern thruster October, 2016 (these can be paralleled to start the Cummins via a switch
One Group 27 starting battery for the Northern Lights generator engine