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Old 11-20-2023, 10:55 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by CaptTom View Post
I think that depends on the tug. And LOA. For "home-like" living, it's hard to beat the traditional "trawler" style. In my (limited) experience with tugs, which by the way I like, the interior space isn't quite as livable as a well-appointed trawler of similar length.
This is because the Tug is essentially a sedan layout where the salon is open to the back deck. No stateroom beneath (well, the Bayliner 32xx/38xx managed a second stateroom) so there is indeed less living interior space if that's what you want or if your climate precludes spending much time outside. Depends on your priorities. We spend a lot of time on our back deck and could not imagine a boat without this type of lounging space close to waterline.

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