Punta Gorda ,
Factory new American Tug 365, let's build your dream!
Updated with new standard features for 2021:
- Extended aft overhang that covers the entire cockpit & easier to enclose
- Larger upper deck / boat deck for entertaining or dinghy storage
- New master stateroom layout with upgraded cabinetry and woodwork
- U-shaped settee and new linear galley option for more comfortable seating
- Deck accessed anchor locker
- New dash board arrangement with better sight lines
- Full Garmin electronics package
- Bow and Stern thrusters
- Stern davit
Choose your favorite hull color, upholstery, carpet and personalize your options; the American Tug 365 is true yacht quality with systems and features normally found only on larger vessels. One-cabin and one large head, she is ideal for couples who wish to stay out cruising for an extended period. A pull-out settee offers comfortable guest accommodations for two. Available with optional flybridge. Everything on this boat is full size from the 36x36 stall shower to the full height galley counters, large sinks and 6'7" headroom. Built to the highest level of quality and durability the AT-365 is ready for your next adventure.
Powered by the tier-3 compliant Cummins QSB-380 6.7-litre engine with Bosch HPCR electronic fuel injection. This stronger, lighter and more efficient powerplant offers 1,600 miles of range at hull speed and a top speed of 17 knots.
|LOA||37' (11.13 meters)|
|Engine Model||6.7 Litre QSB-380|
For more information about this vessel, please contact Leo Thibault.
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Leo Thibault literally grew up on the water, rowing his first boat before riding his first bike. From maneuvering small craft on the ponds and along the rivers of Massachusetts to racing power boats on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire and sail boats in Narragansett Bay, Leo has relentlessly pursued his lifelong obsession for boating. With his vast knowledge of both power and sail boats, Leo has turned this lifelong passion into a thriving business. Inspired by one of his favorite authors, Mark Twain, and following his own dream, Leo packed up his family and relocated to Punta Gorda, Florida several years ago and established himself as an extremely successful yacht broker.
Twain wrote: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Judging by his sales figures, the number of his listings, and the loyalty of his large client base, Leo’s enthusiasm is contagious.