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2016 Ranger Tug 25SC

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Make Ranger Tug
Model 25SC
Year 2016
Condition New
Price Request Price
Fractional Shares 1
Type Power
Class Trawler
Length 25 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Riverside, New Jersey
Tax Status Tax Not Applicable
LOA 25 ft
Engine Make Volvo
Engine Model D3
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 2016
Power 150 hp
Builder Ranger Tug
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

 

2016 Ranger Tug R25SC

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Made in the Pacific Northwest and designed for exploring the rugged coastlines and pristine sounds of the area, these seaworthy boats are built for maximum ease of handling and comfort in any marine condition.The combination of timeless design and discerning interior accommodations have been bringing nautical dreams to life for 55 years  Their diesel engines and unique hull designs increase efficiency and convenience. Bow and stern thrusters make docking a cinch.  All models of these "boater homes" are designed to fit easily on a trailer.  Join the loyal league of enthusiasts who enjoy cruising at its classic best.

Consider the option of a Factory Delivery!  After ordering your boat, it will be built to your specifications at the Seattle facility, and in the water when you arrive.  Following orientation with a factory specialist, you will be ready to make way through the Gateway to the Alaska Inside Passage.  Cruise the San Juan Islands and other nearby areas.  Have the experience of a lifetime!  When you are ready, your boat will be picked up at your point of departation, shrink wrapped and shipped to your home port.  Take advantage of this unique offer!

* Midnight Blue Hull

* Volvo D3 150 HP engine

* Private compartments allow sleeping for up to 5

* Galley includes sink, stove and refrigerator

* Transom door leads to a full swim platform

   

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Additional Information

SPECS
Length 24' 7"
Beam 8' 6"
Draft 26"
Disp. 5,700lbs
Fuel 80 gals
Water 30 gals
Holding 30 gals
Height on Trailer with lowered mast 11' 8"

FACTORY OPTIONS
Aft canopy bimini top with boot
Aft side-enclosures, clear Strato-glass
Air Conditioning w/ Rev cycle heat 16,000 btu
Anchor Pkg, 16.5# Anchor, 50’ Chain, 200’ line
Autopilot, Garmin with remote
Cockpit Carpet (teak and holly)
Coast Guard Safety Kit
Diesel stove/heater Wallas
Generator 2.5 KW Mase
Inverter (1500 Watt/40 amp charger)
Macerator discharge w/ Y-valve
Navigation Package Garmin 5212, 4 KW HD
radar dome, Gps ant and transducer
Microwave oven
Transom platform rails with gate
Trailer EZ Loader galvanized, disc brakes
STD EQUIPMENT
Yanmar 4BY2 150 HP Diesel
Anchor locker w/rode tie off
Batteries (4) w/charging relays & switch panel
Battery charger, 20 amp, 115/230V, 3 Bank
Bilge pump, (2) 12V auto, 750 gph, high bilge
alarm
Bonded 12V electrical system
Cabin Heater
Co Monitor (12V)
Cockpit Seat w/ backrest , Sunbrella
Compass
Courtesy lights, cockpit entry step and walkways
Dinette, salon, converts to bed , high/low table
Electrical panels AC/DC at helm
Enclosed head w/shower,sink, towel rack,
Fiberglass cockpit liner, self bailing w/non-skid
Forward deck hatch, opening, translucent
Fuel Flow data display
Hatches (5), pilothouse roof, opening with screens
Horns dual trumpet
Hot Water tank, 6 gallon, eng/110V
Marine Head with holding tank and deck pumpout
Mast, 50” stainless steel, hinged
Midship stateroom with berth
Navigation lights, w/lightboards
Outlets 110 V (3)
Portlight , brass, opening with hooks
Power Outlet, 12v Port and Stbd Side
Refrigerator, 12v DC
Rod Holders
Rudder, Bronze
Seawater strainer
Shorepower 30 amp/115v, w50’ cord
Single-lever engine control, throttle/shift
Sink, water system w/demand pump,
Sports Rack with stainless steel ladder
Spotlight, 6” w/remote control
Stereo, AM-FM, w/CD , 4-speakers, MP3
Storage lockers, cabin, w/teak louvered doors
Stove, dual burner electric stove
Swim platform, fiberglass 78’’wide w/s.s. ladder
Teak and holly cabin sole
Thrusters, Bow and Stern
Transom door, walk thru
Trim Tabs, hydraulic
VHF Radio, Garmin 200
Washdown System, raw water
Water tank level monitor (fresh)
Windlass 12v Lewmar 1000 stainless steel (helm and bow)
Windshield Wipers (4)

Disclaimer

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.

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