TIME is a Fantastic Tug and ready to take you on your next adventure! She is Beautiful, rugged, and fully Functional. All systems were well thought out. Years of checking then re checking to make sure every detail of this Tug is safe, functional, and versatile.
The seller has spared no expense to make this a Great Boat!
This great Tug was splashed for the first time in 2010!! All Systems have been checked and re checked buy the seller and are ready to go!!
TIME is tugging on her lines and ready to take you on your next adventure!!
Great Loop? Bahamas? This Wonderful Tug is Ready to take you in comfort!
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I love the galley in this tug! Plenty of room to prepare elegant meals or just a quick snack. While the chef is cooking they will enjoy the wonderful views of your destination through the almost 360 degrees of windows. The galley is positioned so the chef can be in contact with the captain at the helm and the guests in the saloon or cockpit. Great Center Island is the gathering place for this great tug!!
Everything needed to push off today with confidence.. Great Loop? Bahamas?
Time is tugging on her lines ready to take you!
Wow This great Tug is Self Sufficient!! Fantastic Range!!
700 Gallons Fuel...Tank is Full
1000 Gallons Fresh Water
380 Gallons Holding
This tankage allows you to go anywhere in comfort and with confidence!!
The seller has provided the following Range Estimates:
700 gallons fuel / 1 gph fuel usage @ 1500 rpm (roughly 5 1/2 knots)
1500 rpm 5.5 knots 1 gph 3500+ mile range
Deck and Hull
Bat Wing Roll Stabilizers not only help keep you keep from rolling but they also allow for tide beaching for hull cleaning!
Mechanical and Electrical
Everything Neat, tidy, Well Thought Out, and Functional!! Ready to Go!!
This article was published in Navigator Magazine about the hull builder
Stanley Greenwood – Builder – Nova Scotia
Stanley Arthur Greenwood of Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia was born on March 6, 1937 and passed away on Feb. 6, 2012. Mr. Greenwood’s name has become synonymous with the boatbuilding industry in Nova Scotia. Over his lifetime, ‘Chainsaw Stan’, as he was known by many, built more than 1,000 ‘Cape Islander’ boats, over 400 of them from wood. He learned the ropes of the longitudinal planking style so common to the Cape Island vessels in 1954 at his Uncle Joseph Greenwood’s Boatshop in Shag Harbour. During the evenings, he built small boats at his Atwood’s Brook home until 1965. He later moved to Centreville, Cape Sable Island and purchased a boatshop from Ernest Atkinson of Clark’s Harbour. Mr. Greenwood’s family said his boatbuilding provided a legacy, not just a livelihood. He has been called a legend and an innovator, especially in being the first to cut a typical Cape Islander in at least eight pieces to expand its width, height and length, creating a new model to be used by other boatbuilders. He incorporated and developed many usable and innovative design advantages in fibreglass boatbuilding as well. As a way of preserving the past, Stanley’s last boat was a half-size 20-foot wooden boat, completed in 2010. Mr. Greenwood’s generous spirit gave a boost to the Shelburne County economy for many years, with boats shipped all over Eastern Canada and the U.S. seaboard. But Chainsaw Stan’s legacy might be best summed up in a poem submitted by his family:
Beginning in wood,
skilled with hammer and claw,
famous for work with a chainsaw.
He was one-of-a-kind,
creating in fibreglass his own design.
A deep gratitude we owe,
Family, fishermen, boatbuilders and so.
Not only locals made that claim,
But ports in Canada, Massachusetts and Maine.