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2024 Rates
Season Dates Per Night
Jan 1 - Apr 30 $705
May 1 - May 31 $780
Jun 1 - Jun 14 $855
Jun 15 - Aug 23 $895
Aug 24 - Sep 20 $855
Sep 21 - Oct 15 $780
Oct 16 - Dec 31 $750
Terms and Conditions
  • Daily Damage Fee: $125 / night (no additional security deposits required.)
  • P&I Insurance: $55 / night ($1,000,000 coverage)
Short Charters

A surcharge and fees may apply to charters of less than 5 nights long. See Short Charters for details.

Vessel Layout
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Vessel Specifications
Sleeps (recommended)4
Sleeps (maximum)4
Berths - Forward(2) Double
Berths - Aft(2) Double
Berths - Other
Berths - Salon
Heads(1) Tecma
Showers(1) In head sink handle
HeaterDiesel, Webasto and Heater Craft Engine heat
Air ConditioningNo
Washer / Dryer
Stove2 Burner / Propane
Ovenpropane with broiler
FreezerIn Refrigeratior
RefrigeratorYes Wine cooler
Ice MakerNo
BBQYes, Propane
Audio SystemAM/FM, CD, MP3
Television19" Majestic LCD TV w/ DVD player
Navigation(1) Pilothouse - Garmin 7215
VHF Radio(1) Pilothouse (1) Handheld, Helm port side
Autopilot(1) Pilothouse
RadarYes - Garmin 7215
Depth Sounder(1) Pilothouse - Garmin 7215
Wind InstrumentsNo
Engine260 HP Yanmar 6BY
Fuel TypeDiesel
Fuel Capacity120 gallons
Water Capacity70 gallons
Cruising Speed (rec.)8 knots @ 2000 rpm
Cruising Speed (max.)15 knots @ 3300 rpm
Total Fuel Consumption*3 gph @ 2000 rpm
Steering StationSingle
ThrusterBow and Stern
Anchor WindlassYes
Ground Tackle (primary)22 lb. Lewmar, 50' chain, 200' line
Inverter2500 watt Victron
Shore Power30 A / 120 V
Draft2' 4"
Displacement9250 lbs
Year Built2012
Dinghy10' Ranger RIB / passenger rating?
Dinghy davitWeaver, swim step / Manual
Outboard2.5hp Suzuki
Dock stepIn swim step
WA State Parks Decal
Pet FriendlyYes
Other / OptionsDescription
Wine/Beverage CoolerYes

*The actual fuel consumption may vary depending on sea conditions, hull type, boat weight, and speed.

Vessel Inventory

This inventory list shows the items that are included onboard the vessel.

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Operations Manual

We trust this manual will help you become familiar with the vessel. If you have questions about the boat or about places to visit, please do not hesitate to ask the AYC staff.

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29′ Ranger Tug

The iconic Ranger Tug is the quintessential ‘salty’ pocket trawler, built right here in the Pacific Northwest. The Ranger Tug has become a Pacific Northwest staple and is a delight to see out cruising the San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands and Desolation Sound. The pilothouse door allows line handling from the helm. Trim tabs facilitate a level ride – this vessel is so thoughtfully laid out for space and amenities.

Other amenities include: convenient solar panel for recharging batteries, water filtration system, and a hand-held VHF for dinghy exploration. Lovely navy blue hull, teak interior and gleaming fiberglass complete the nautical picture this trawler makes as it leaves the dock for points in the islands.

Vessel Highlights
  • Quintessential NW Pocket Trawler
  • Extremely well thought out use of space
  • Cockpit enclosure to extend the living space
  • Hand-held VHF
  • Propane stove with oven
Vessel Details
  • Cabins:  2
  • Sleeps (recommended): 4
  • Sleeps (max): 4
  • Heads: 1
  • Engine: Single
  • Cruising speed: 8 knots