As you enter the main saloon of Morning Mist off the aft deck, you will immediately feel the ageless warmth of teak with just enough carpeting to make you feel right at home.
The main saloon houses the convertible dinette that can double as an occasional guest berth for two. Most of the time it serves as a comfortable place to dine or just lounge and enjoy the scenery from the panoramic windows the Nordic Tug is known for.
Conveniently located across from the settee lies a well-equipped corner galley with a 2 burner range and oven, a Norcold 2-door freezer/refrigerator, and microwave, all nestled among a large number storage lockers.
Two steps up from the main cabin sits the pilot house where there is a well laid out helm and a captain’s bench big enough for two. With the captains helm open to the main cabin conversations are much more enjoyable than the closed off helms of other boats.
Two steps down and you find the master cabin with in-suite head that has a civilized separate shower and electric head. You will actually be able to take a hot shower and still have enough water to do the dishes when you are out cruising because she can carry 160 gallons of fresh water. This is nice advantage when comparing to the later model 34’ Nordic Tugs that only carry 100
Her starboard side berth sleeps 2 comfortably with plenty of room to stand up and move around.
For those cold nights at anchor you will appreciate the warmth of the Espar D4 Forced Diesel heat and while underway the Red Dot off engine heating system takes over.