Tug 2013 Ranger Tugs EC listed by United Yacht Sales (Off Market)
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“All the comforts of a large boat in a small, easily manageable size” is used to describe the Ranger Tug R-21. If you want to get out on the water in an economical, practical boat you should come to see TICKETY BOO and consider her your next cruising vessel.
With a very economical single Yanmar diesel, large cockpit for fishing and sunning, compact galley for the creature comforts - and a V-Berth for overnight get-a-ways. TICKETY BOO only requires a small slip space, or perhaps place her on a trailer and go cruising in different areas. She's easily managed either way.
Step aboard into the large cockpit. There is seating for 3-4 in the cushioned back seat, or on the lift-up engine hatch in the center. Overhead for sun protection is a full-length SS framed Sunbrella bimini top. On both port and starboard, there is a molded instep to allow access to the side decks to go to the bow. Aft of the rear seat is a large fiberglass swim platform with a concealed fold-out telescoping swim ladder to starboard. The aft seat lifts up for access to the two A/C batteries and for storage. Attached to the aft portion of the engine hatch is a gorgeous teak table.
Forward of the cockpit is a sliding door for passageway into the cabin area. Immediately to your starboard is the refrigerator and to port is the galley stainless steel sink and alcohol single burner stove. There is a clever seat bottom and back for the crew member that fits over the stove area, then stows away when not in use. The helm is to starboard with its fold-down seat, single throttle/shifter controls, teak steering wheel, and electronic navigation equipment.
Forward is the V-Berth with shelf storage and under-berth storage. The center lift-out reveals the Porta Potty. There are overhead hatches in the V-Berth area and above in the hard top. Along with sliding windows port and starboard. The interior is cooled by a 3500 BTU A/C run by either dockside power or the inverter with two Group 27 batteries. The interior is heated by a radiator style heater with blower behind it using engine coolant flowing through it.
Nova Kool Refrigeration Stainless Sink Pressure water on demand Origo Butane single burner stove Lots of countertop space over refrigerator and L-Shaped Galley area 3-speed Heatercraft Cabin Heater Cabin lights Marine PortaPotty Fold-away helm seat Companion seating with footrest (2) Overhead opening hatches (2) Sliding side windows
Lift-up engine hatch Teak table attaches to engine hatch A cushion on the engine hatch Cushion full beam aft seat (2) Cup holders SS gate for access to swim platform in the center backrest of aft seat Fiberglass swim platform with swim ladder and safety railing Molded fiberglass steps to side decks with teak step pads Overhead SS framed Sunbrella bimini top – full length of the cockpit Weatherproof radio speakers (2) SS aft cleats (2) Rod holders SS side rails Flag and flag holder Access to aft bilge pump and stuffing box through small hatch aft of engine hatch
SS side railings Overhead opening hatch in the cabin area (2) Overhead opening hatches in hardtop Bruce anchor with ~ 50’ chain and ~ 100’ rode on SS roller pulpit (3) Pantograph windshield wipers Dual Trumpet chrome air horns Jabsco searchlight Centerline forward deck cleat with two chocks Overhead fold-down running light SS mast Red/Green running lights In bow towing eye
Helm and Electronics
Teak Steering Wheel Bow thruster joy stick control Single lever throttle/shifter Tachometer with engine temp/oil alarm Hour Meter Blue Seas Switch panel Heatercraft heater controls (3) Windshield wipers Folding helm seat Garmin chart 740S touchscreen GPS and sonar depth finder Garmin VHF 200 radio - overhead Jabsco spotlight controls - overhead Richie Compass Fire Extinguisher Fuel tank gauge Windshield wiper switches Air horn button
110v inlet KISAE Charger/inverter (2) Group 27 batteries for A/C with ProNautic charger (2) Group 27 batteries – House and Starter Fusion radio
Engine and Mechanical
Yanmar 3YM30X1 with 383 hours 3-Cylinder fresh water cooled Standard stuffing box 4-Bladed bronze RH propeller protected by the keel Sandshoe attached to the rudder New Zincs 8/2018
TICKETY BOO is in excellent condition and ready for wherever you want to cruise. Her pocket mini-tug boat cruising styling is an eye catcher wherever she goes. Use her for day cruising or overnight cruising. Her cabin A/C makes her very comfortable and livable in Florida’s heat climate. Or her heater is great for the northern climates – extend your cruising season in comfort.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.