Tug 34 — By Tim Clark — April 2001
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Throughout the 34, materials
are of a high quality and have been skillfully worked, but equal care
is given to the practical necessities of cruising. One of the most impressive
examples of this is the seemingly endless amount of stowage. From the
saloon to the wheelhouse to the forward stateroom, it seems that every
possible space is artfully employed. Together, they are enough so that
a couple—along with occasional guests—will never have to limit their luggage.
This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.