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Ranger Tugs adds Maine dealer

Moose Landing Marina in Naples, Maine, was named the Ranger Tugs dealer in the state.
Moose Landing Marina will sell Ranger Tugs models that include this 25-footer.

Moose Landing Marina will sell Ranger Tugs models that include this 25-footer.

Moose Landing Marina in Naples, Maine, was named the Ranger Tugs dealer in the state.

Built in the United States at the company’s factories in Kent and Monroe, Wash., Ranger Tugs offers eight models that range from 21 to 31 feet.

The boats come standard with a full suite of Garmin electronic controls and are equipped with a Volvo diesel engine, hydraulic steering, and bow and stern thrusters for ease of operation. All models are trailerable.

“We are excited to be able to offer these truly unique boats to our customers,” Moose Landing Marina owner Steve Arnold said in a statement.

“Ranger Tugs are a great vessel to explore Maine waterways. In fact, Will Monson, our general sales manager at Moose Landing Marina, is so passionate about Ranger Tugs that he owns one himself,” Arnold said. “As the state’s only dealer of Ranger Tugs, we look forward to increasing awareness of these versatile boats and growing their presence in Maine.”

Ranger Tugs will be available to see and board by mid-June at the marina.

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