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2004 38 (ft.) Rampage 38 Express

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General Information

Listing# 12139

Price
$259,900.00
Location
Coral Gables, FL, United States
Manufacturer
Rampage
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2004
Category
Express
Model
38 Express
Status
Used
Length
38 (ft.)
Fuel Type
Diesel

General Details

Builder/Designer   Builder: Rampage Dimensions     LOA: 39'6" LWL: 38' Beam: 13'9" Displacement: 24000 Draft: 3'6"   Engines     Engine(s): Cummins Engine(s) HP: 480 Engine Model: 480CE Hours: 450 Cruising Speed: 28kts Max Speed: 31kts       Tankage     Fuel: 400 Water: 90 Holding: 30       Accommodations The double berth is located down the companionway steps, forward throught the spacious salon to the bow. The L-shaped lounge to the port side converts to a double berth as well. The spacious head is located to the port side, features a vacu flush head and a roomy standup shower with sliding stall door.     Galley The galley is located to the starboard side opposite the convertible dinette as you descend to the salon. The rich cabinetry is high gloss cherry wood with solid counter tops electric cooktop and a built in convection microwave. The flat panel sharp TV faces the convertible dinnette.     Electronics BRIDGE Icom 502 VHF Furuno Navnet 10" Moniter (2) Furuno RD30 Furuno Radar 1943 Furuno Weatherfax Simrad AP 20 Auto Pilot TOWER ELECTRONICS Icom M602 VHF Furuno 7" Moniter Furuno ETR 10N Stop Switches   Electrical Onan 9kw Genset Mathers Electronic Engine Controls ACR remote spotlight Bennett Trim Tabs 50 Amp shore power cord with electric glendening cord retractor.   Deck Two steps down from the helm station to the cockpit with 2 built in fish boxes, two cold boxes, 55 gallon live well in the transom, tuna door and bait prep center, and ice machine. The custom made Pompanette fighting chair compliments the tournament rigged fishing cockpit. The full tuna tower is equipped with double spreader outriggers, molded fiberglass hardtops, and extra rod holders.  

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