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2004 American Tug 34

Daytona Beach, Florida



“Jay Jay” is a great example of the 2004 sturdy, well-built American Tug 34.  The roomy interior has been recently up-dated (2018-19) with new floors, carpets and ultra-leather upholstered seating throughout.  Equipped with new bow and stern thrusters with remote control she is easily maneuvered in tight spots and her all new electronic navigation systems will guide you anywhere.  Her accommodations are perfect for long cruises or living aboard.  She has been professionally maintained and improved since purchase in 2015, all documented in a detailed log.  Come see this stunning boat.


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Basic Boat Info

Price: $269,000
Boat Name: Jay Jay
Make: American Tug
Model: 34
Year: 2004
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 34 ft
Length Overall: 36'3 ft
Waterline Length: 32'6 ft
Beam: 13'6 ft
Max Draft: 3'5 ft
Displacement: 20,000 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Cummins
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 370hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 1487
Cruising Speed: 8 kn
Maximum Speed: 17 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 400 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 150 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 45 gal


Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Tug


Joe Egeberg
Yacht Brokers, Inc.


Yacht Brokers, Inc. of Daytona
645 S. Beach St.
Daytona Beach, Florida, US, 32114
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


An American Tug is built TOUGH, constructed of solid fiberglass with vinylester coatings. From bow to stern the ONE-PIECE deck creates a strong watertight topside. The hull is designed with a precision fiberglass grid system built to last and engineered for the placement of bulkheads and engine mounts. The result is an EXTREMELY RUGGED boat that handles rough sea conditions with ease.

  • Solid fiberglass bottom laminate
  • All Composite grid stringer system
  • Molded composite skeg protects prop and supports rudder
  • Merlon Thru Hulls
  • NO WOOD Construction
  • Honeycomb NIDA CORE Flooring
  • More interior volume with stack construction (21cubic feet)
  • 316 stainless steel on all rails and deck fittings
  • Diamond Sea Glaze windows and doors

The pilothouse aboard "JAY JAY" is very spacious and comfortable, a perfect place to enjoy as you and your crew explore new places on the water. The large reverse sheer windows forward are very distinctive but functional, cutting the glare and keeping the widows dry. The helm to starboard with a built-in adjustable helm seat. To port is a settee with plenty of room to stretch out, to relax and watch the world go by.  Shelves above the seats are convenient for snack and drinks.

  • Newly covered white Ultraleather covered seating for four (new 2019)
  • Custom carpet (new 2015)
  • Teak overhead console
  • Intermittent windshield wipers with self park and washing system
  • Lighted Ritchie compass
  • Chart storage compartment
  • Four hand grabs forward and aft of pilothouse doors
  • Halogen overhead lighting
  • Red lights over chart table for night navigation
  • 12v and 110v outlets
  • Stereo speakers
  • Four opening windows with screens
  • One round port with screen
  • Hinged pilothouse doors with opening windows and securing dogs
  • Shelves above seating convenient for drinks or snacks
  • Canvas covers for side, door and front windows (new 2015)

"JAY JAY" has a large forward owners stateroom with island queen bed with ensuite head with an oversized shower. For the occasional guests the settee in the salon easily converts to a double bed.

  • Center island queen berth with new mattress (76"L x 57”W) (new 2015)
  • Four drawers under berth
  • New cedar lined hanging locker to starboard (2015)
  • Locker with shelf to port
  • Reading lights at head of berth
  • Three-way switching for overhead lights
  • Two round ports with screens
  • 110v outlets in cedar closet and vanity
  • Vacuflush fresh water 12v toilet
  • Vanity with storage and mirrors
  • Brunette granicoat molded countertops with integral sink faucet
  • Oversized fiberglass stall shower with glass door
  • Teak and Holly sole
  • Hardwood cherry steps (new 2016)
  • One round port with screen
  • Carbon monoxide detector ( New in 2015)

Jay Jay’s computer based navigation system has more than $20,000 upgrades centered around a custom Windows 7 Pro reliable operating system and Nobeltec Time  Zero Trident software integrated with Furuno radar and fish finder sounder, and capably integrated with carefully chosen display, autopilot, AIS and weather instruments new in 2015 -2016.  This allows the installation of both the Jeppeson charts and the publicly downloadable, free electronic navigation charts from NOAA (  Keyboard, mouse and trackball controls provide familiar tools to  facilitate the plotting of routes, entry of information, taking readings and making measurements.

  • Simrad MO16-P 16” Monitor 
  • Dedicated navigation computer with Windows 7 Pro, 3.0MHz Intel i5-7400 cpu,  16 MB RAM and 232 GB of solid state memory
  • Nobeltec Time Zero Trident software
  • Jeppeson Charts for East Coast United States
  • Vector and raster charts downloaded from NOAA at no charge
  • Airmar Weathercaster software
  • Nobeltec/Furuno Digital 4 KW radar
  • Nobeltec/Furuno fishfinder sounder
  • Simrad Autopilot AP28
  • Airmar WX100 wind instrument
  • Icom MA500TR AIS Transponder
  • Icom M506 VHF Radio (new 2019)
  • Raymarine Speed/Distance/Depth/Temp
  • 6" Ritchie Compass 



The salon and galley area is an open gathering place with a teak dinning table and L-shaped settee is very comfortable. The beige counters wrap around the starboard of the salon providing plenty of room to prepare a gourmet meal.

  • Custom Ultraleather covered settee converts to double bed with storage under (new 2019)
  • Custom solid teak salon table with compass rose inlay
  • PlasTEAK and holly sole (new 2016)
  • Hardwood cherry steps (new 2016)
  • Custom carpets ( new 2015)
  • Clarion stereo system with AM/FM/CD with two speakers (new 2016)
  • 15" Sharp Aquos TV
  • Pleated day-night shades
  • 110v outlets in aft locker, starboard forward and aft counter
  • Port aft storage locker
  • Three opening windows with screens
  • Force 10 3 burner electric stove/oven 110V
  • Upright Novakool RFU 8000 6.8 cu. ft. refrigerator / freezer
  • Sharp microwave oven above refrigerator
  • U-line BI95 Ice Maker with pump and fittings for bottled water ( new 2016)
  • Brunette granicoat molded countertop with integral double sinks and new brushed nickel faucet (2016)
  • Cutting board custom fit to sink
  • Four drawers and four storage cabinets with added shelving inside of doors
  • Ample storage space behind long settee back cushion for kayak sail kit, canvas bimini, and enclosure and more
  • Additional ample storage under short settee seat cushion
  • Large storage space and access to batteries, electrical distribution, tank sight gauges, tank valves under salon floor.  Two large storage bins with spares and a wet/dry vacuum and spare life vests
  • Cruise 8kts @ 3 gph 1000 Nautical Mile Range
  • 370 hp Cummins 6BTA5.9 Diesel (1487 Hours)
  • 5KW Onan generator with sound shield (428 Hours)
  • Side-power 6 hp twin prop bow thruster (new motor 2017)
  • Side-power 6 hp twin prop stern thruster ( new 2015)
  • Joystick thruster controls in pilothouse (new 2015)
  • Portable wireless thruster control (new 2015)
  • Stainless steel prop shaft with dripless shaft seal
  • Bronze 4-blade tuned propeller
  • Carbon composite rudder and skeg
  • Underwater/Wet exhaust system on main engine and generator
  • Racor filter for generator
  • Dual Racor filters for main engine
  • Reverso oil changing system (main, gear box & generator)
  • Automatic water pressure system with accumulator tank
  • Sound deadening in engine room and tank room
  • Three 1500 gph bilge pumps with automatic float switches
  • Offshore waste discharge system with macerator and key switch at bridge
  • Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
  • Additional engine room ladder
  • Two self inflating life vests in pilot house stair closet
  • Two kayaking vests in forward cedar closet (new unused)
  • Package of four life vests stored when not needed under the salon floor
  • Dry fire extinguishers in stateroom, pilot house, salon and cockpit (new 2015)
  • Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
  • Smoke detectors in stateroom, pilot house, salon, engine room and lazaretto
  • Carbon monoxide detector in stateroom (new in 2015)
  • High water alarm in engine room
  • 50 foot throw rope in pilot house
  • Flares in pilot house stair cabinet
  • Whistles and battery powered horn in pilot house port side drawer
  • Builtin electric horn with switch on pilot house console
  • Port and starboard navigation lights
  • LED mast and anchor light
  • Hailing speaker and fog horn on radar mast
  • Spotlight on pilot house roof
  • Tomco Stern Davit system with Warn 2500 winch and stainless steel cable (new 2018)
  • Lofrans Tigres anchor windlass 1200w/12v with 275' of 5/16" H.T. galvanized chain
  • 1 1/2" waste and water fittings
  • Four 15" 316 stainless hand grabs outside of pilothouse doors
  • 2" fuel fills with pop-up lids
  • 316 stainless steel 1 1/4" bow rails with stainless steel burgee mast
  • 316 stainless steel 1 1/4" sundeck rails and ladder
  • 316 stainless steel bow roller assembly
  • Bomar hatch with screen in trunk cabin
  • Diamond-Sea Glaze with locking dogs on pilothouse doors, color matched powder coated aluminum framed windows and doors
  • Deck box storage in cockpit with stored Magma propane grill (new 2015)
  • Deck box storage on foredeck for two sets of 8 dock lines and three 25 ft water hoses (new 2015)
  • Access hatch to lazerette in cockpit
  • Hot and Cold transom shower
  • Molded nonskid walking surfaces
  • Seawater washdown system at bow
  • Swim platform with 316 stainless steel edge guard
  • Transom door
  • 44 lb claw tide anchor
  • Eight stainless steel mooring cleats
  • (2) Teak & canvas folding deck chairs 
  • Hobie kayak with peddles, paddle and sail kit
  • six stainless steel fender cleats
  • Custom Bimini for boat deck (new 2015)
  • Custom cockpit enclosure with side screens (new 2015)
  • Hull Awlgrip Feb 2010
  • Stainless steel folding boarding ladder 
  • Bottom paint in 2015 and 2017

  • Magnum Inverter/Charger PSW2000W/100A system with Magnum MM1212 Controller (new 2018)
  • Remote battery disconnect for Inverter/Charger (new 2018)
  •  Battery selector switch with parallel switch
  •  Breaker panel with backlighting
  •  Mastervolt 12/20-3 battery charger for bow thruster batteries (new 2017)
  •  Xantrex 40 A battery charger for house and start batteries
  •  Two 4-D AGM batteries for house (600 Amp Hours)( new 2015)
  •  One 4-D AGM battery for main engine starting (new 2015)
  •  One Group 24 battery for generator start (new 2015)
  •  Two Group 21 batteries for bow thruster with remote switch to parallel with start and house batteries. (new 2017)
  •  12v power outlets in overhead console
  •  12v covered receptacles for Norcold refrigerator/freezer in salon and cockpit (new 2015)
  •  (2) 30 amp shore services with power cord (new 2016)
  •  Splitter for 50 A to two 30 A cords (new 2015)
  •  Electric defroster system pilothouse windows
  •  Electric air horn
  •  International navigation lights
  •  12v LED courtesy lights throughout boat
  • Polar Bay 16,000 btu, reverse cycle heat/air conditioning system
  • Polar Bay 10,000 btu, reverse cycle heat/air conditioning system
  • Heatercraft (engine) forced air heat system
  • 750w electric heater in stateroom (silent running)
  • Dimplex electric fireplace DMCS13R 650/1300 watt in salon (new 2016)
  • Tank monitoring system for all tanks with digital readout
  • 150 gallons water with sight glass
  • 11 gallon stainless steel encased water heater with heat exchanger & 110V element
  • Filter for galley fresh water
  • 45 gallons waste tank
  • Two fuel tanks (400 gallons total) each with sight glass

Boss Boats are great little tenders. The large 17" tube diameter allows this boat to achieve incredible stability. Positive closed cell foam floatation in the upper sections of the tubes keep the boat floating upright even if completely filled with water.


  • 10'4 Length
  • 5'4 Beam
  • 8" Draft
  • 17" Tube Diameter
  • 600lbs Capacity
  • 15 HP Tohatsu 4 Stroke

“JAY JAY” is a member of the American Tug trawler family.  This 2004 vessel still has support from the knowledgeable people at the factory as well as a large group of owners across the country.  The broad hard-chined bottom keeps this boat exceedingly stable and provides the base for a spacious interior.  Compared to other vessels in this size class the engine room is surprisingly accessible and spacious on port and starboard side through pilothouse hatches and ladders that allow convenient inspection, maintenance and storage of spares.  “JAY JAY” is designed and equipped to provide comfort, boat handling convenience and control for a cruising couple or even single-handed. Explore this beautiful boat and all its upgrades for yourself.



Owner’s personal belongings.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Additional Contact Information

For more information call Joe Egeberg 386-253-6266.

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