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American Tug 395

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Known as a sturdy cruising boat, the American Tug 395 is perfect for the owner/operator who wants to cruise efficiently and comfortably without the challenges of a much larger vessel. The 395 has a gorgeous, classic trawler-style hull shape built to the same sophisicated levels as all of the Tomco Marine Group models.

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Powered with a single Cummins 380 HP diesel engine, the American Tug 395 can cruise in the 15 knot range in shorter trip scenarios. For those traveling longer distances, a fuel efficient 8 knot cruise can give the 395 a range of 1,000 nautical miles. Below is a short video of various American Tug 395 hulls that have been splashed.

The American Tug 395 consists of a two-stateroom, one head layout with the master suite placed forward. The master features a queen-sized walk-around berth with lots of storage and closet space.The guest stateroom has a larger bunk below and a smaller one above along with additional storage as well. The main head is roomy and has a stall shower.

American Tug also offers a 10-year warranty that covers workmanship and blisters. The Tomco factory goes through painstaking quality control efforts and each boat is sea trialed by the team.

Length Overall: 41' 6
Length at Water Level: 37'
Beam: 13' 3
Max Draft: 3' 5
Displacement: 25,000 Lbs.
Engine Make: Cummins (1)
Horsepower (each): 380 HP
Fuel Tank Capacity: 400 Gallons
Water Tank Capacity: 120 Gallons
Black Water Tank Capacity: 45 Gallons
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