1. The painted cabin duplicates the look of a working tug and serves as an easy-access hatch to all on-board gear.
2. Flip a switch and watch the Atlantic light up! Long-lasting LEDs provide interior lighting for the cabin and bridge, red (port) and green (starboard) lights on the cabin sides and a spotlight and mast lights above.
3. Rubber tires and foam fenders are already lashed in place, ready to absorb impacts.
4. Molded rubber bumper captures the look of the bow protection on real harbor tugs.
5. The multi-level cabin features handrails, stairs and ladders for increased scale appearance.
6. A lifeboat and moving davit on the stern look ready for rescue operations.
7. Cabin details including hatches, a fire extinguisher, life preservers, portholes and ladders are already painted and in place.
8. The Atlantic's twin swivel anchors add authentic detail to the bow's appearance.
9. All on-board electronics including the motor, ESC and radio gear are already installed.
10. An ESC, 550 motor and direct-drive system combine for smooth, powerful maneuvering in forward and reverse.
11. The large rudder and 3-blade metal prop make for easy maneuvering on the water.