Nordic Tug 32

Our charter vessel is a 1996 Nordic Tug 32.  Since purchase, the vessel has undergone an extensive refit of many of the systems and aesthetics.  Some of the highlighted projects include the following.

  • New Electronics
  • New Headliner
  • Teak Varnished
  • Bow Thruster Installed
  • Lewmar Windlass

Download the Nordic Tug 32 specifications and inventory for complete details. 

Yacht Particulars

LOA: 32’
Beam: 11’ 6”
Draft: 4’
Displacement: 16,000 lbs

Head & Galley

One (1) Head
30 gallon capacity total
One (1) shower separate stall
Two (2) burner electric and alcohol stove combo
Hot & cold pressure water with 100 gallon capacity
Hot water capacity 5 gallons


Engine System:
Cummins diesel 6BTA 220hp
200 Gallon Fuel Capacity
Northern Lights 5kw Generator
Two (2) Zone Reverse Cycle AC Heat

Electrical System:
Mastervolt 30amp Battery Charger
4D AGM Batteries (2)
SmartPlug AC Dock Side Shore Power Cord

Ground Tackle

Primary Plow anchor with 150’ chain
Secondary fluke anchor with 150’ rode/chain splice

Interior Layout

The Nordic Tug 32 floor plan is perfect for 2 – 4 people.  Forward is the main stateroom with a large offset berth to starboard.  The main cabin has a hanging locker and drawer storage.  The head is adjacent and aft of the main cabin. Up four companionway stairs is the Pilothouse.   The Pilothouse has seats to port and starboard.   The helm is to starboard.  Two windows looking aft provide ventilation.  The pilothouse offers access to the side decks via doors to both port and starboard for access to the bow.  Aft of the Pilothouse through the companionway is the main salon area.  The main salon consists of the dinette to starboard that converts to a large double berth and the galley to port and aft.  The galley provides a stove and microwave, fridge, drawers and cupboards and a single bowl sink.  The cockpit is aft through the door to starboard.

Deck Layout

The Nordic Tug 32’s deck arrangement is simple and efficient.  The bow is accessible from the stern or pilothouse doors.  The windlass is operated from the bow or pilothouse.  The cockpit provides access to the sundeck above the main salon via a ladder and access to the swim platform with ladder.  A dock box in the cockpit serves for storage for lines and fenders.  The swim platform is accessible over the stern.  The Sundeck area over the main salon serves as a great area for sunbathing and lounging

Please contact us should you have any further questions or inquiries on our charter fleet, trawler school or Nordic Tugs.  If you are interested in charter ownership, let us show you why owning a Nordic Tug in our program will free you of ownership responsibilities and allow more time for enjoying a Nordic Tug.