Nordic Tug 37 technical details


Construction: GRP


LOA: 39′ 0″
Beam: 12′ 11″

Max Draft: 4′ 4″


Number of Engines: 1
Engine(s) Make: Cummins
Engine Model: QSB 5.9 – 380 HO
Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Year: 2007
Engine Hours: 575


Fuel: 1 x 269 imperial gallons
Water: 1 x 119 imperial gallons


Semi-displacement hull design. Fine entry bow provides quiet, dry ride in adverse conditions. Long keel improves tracking and reduces « drift » when manoeuvering. Hard chines aft reduce roll and enhance stability. Extended hull/boarding platform increases waterline length and facilitates transom access. Rounded-reverse transon sheds water in a heavy following sea and adds strength.

Oyster colour gelcoat with moulded textured deck walking surfaces

Mechanical & Electrical

Cummins QSB 5.9 litre 6-cylinder electronic diesel
Optional 5-blade 28″ diameter Hung Shen propeller
Ambassador Rope Stripper
2.43:1 reduction ratio gearbox.
Bow thruster
Stern thruster
Teleflex hydraulic steering to pilothouse.
Marine grade tinned copper wiring throughout.

5 kw Northern Lights generator with 125 hours
160 a/h alternator
Walker air filter system
Racor dual fuel/water separators
Bronze sea water strainer
Exhaust overheat alarm
Soundown dual stage muffler
Reverso oil change system for engine, gearbox and generator
Victron Phoenix Multi-Plus inverter-charger with remote panel at helm
Up-graded Fireboy fire suppressant system
220v socket to engine room
Engine room lights
Automatic bilge pump with float switch




The accommodation is incredibly spacious for the overall length, due to her generous beam. The galley is a particular feature, with acres of Corian worktop space which would look generous in the average house!

High quality teak joinery throughout, hand-finished with teak oil.

Tan « Ultraleather » upholstery.
Optional teak and holly flooring to saloon, galley and pilothouse, including teak steps to forward accomodation.

Corian galley work surfaces
Isotherm front loading refrigerator
Isotherm front loading freezer
Force 10 3-burner gas stove with oven and grill
Space for microwave oven

Dinette – converts to double berth
Teak dining table
Red LED step lights
Reading lights
220v socket
TV socket

Overhead hatch
Inside helm position with Cummins Smartcraft engine control panel
ZF Cruise Command engine control lever
Navigational equipment (listed below)
Windscreen defroster
Variable speed windscreen wipers/washers
Overhead red night lights

Owners Cabin:
Queen sized island bed
Drawers beneath bed
Large hanging lockers with automatic lights
Overhead hatch
220 v socket
TV socket

Guest cabin:
Large berth
Hanging locker
Three-drawer dresser with mirror over

Head compartment:
Electric vacu-flush marine WC
Large shower cubicle with bi-fold door
Extractor fan
Towel rail/ring

Eberspacher D5L cabin heating system with outlets in all cabins


Navigation Equipment


Raymarine E120 multifunction colour display – pilothouse
Raymarine 2kw radar scanner on lowering mast
Raymarine 125 GPS antenna
Raymarine S2G autopilot with 6002 pilothead
Raymarine DSM 30 transducer for echosounder & fishfinder
Icom 505 DSC VHF
Raymarine ST60 depth
AM/FM antenna
VHF antenna
Radio/CD with 2 speakers


Deck Gear


Avon 4 man dinghy
Mercury 2.2hp outboard
Plastimo 6 ORC Liferaft
10 s/steel cleats
Numerous s/steel grab rails
Deck box for storage – self-draining
Diamond Sea Glaze exterior windows, doors and port-holes with white frames
Opening transom door
Cockpit shower with H/C water
Moulded fender storage in aft cockpit
S/steel sundeck rails
S/steel ladder to sundeck
S/steel bathing ladder
Sea water wash down, fore and aft
Lighting to bathing platform and cockpit
Navigation lights
Shore power connection socket and cable
Phone/TV dock supply socket
Gas-storage locker for two gas bottles

Ground Tackle
Lofrans 1200w 12v anchor winch
50m calibrated 10mm chain
15kg « Bruce » style galvanized anchor with s/steel chain swivel
Sampson post on bow

Mooring Equipment
6 x black fenders
4 x black mooring warps


Manufacturer Provided Description


With a fuel-efficient Cummins electronically controlled diesel engine, the Nordic Tug 37 can reach speeds in excess of 15 knots, yet is economical enough to cruise over 1,000 nautical miles while burning less than 3 gallons per hour. The 37 gives customers an option for a boat with accommodation similar to that of the 42 in a smaller and more economical package. Designed by Lynn Senour, the originator of the Nordic Tug design, the 37 shares many of the features found in her larger and smaller siblings such as a large ship-style pilothouse, access to the deck from either side, hand-laid fiberglass hull with hard chine and full keel as well as the same attributes of speed and sea keeping qualities. The waterline length of the 37 is actually 39′ 10″ due to a molded-in swim step that is essentially an extension of the hull giving her greater speed, stability and fuel economy. All Nordic Tugs hulls come standard with an incredible 10-year hull warranty.

Asking price : € 267,400 inc Vat


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