Bounty II
41' / 12.5m

Newport , Rhode Island , United States
1960 Rhodes 41' Bounty II Sloop "RANGER"
Flag of Registry: United States
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2792922


New Mainsail & Furling Genoa by Quantum Sails
B&G Electronics Suite
Beta Marine 25HP Diesel Engine with 16 Hours
Notable Upgrades: Recent Awlgrip paint finishes on every surface of the vessel. Bright interior with updated appliances, a new teak and holly sole, and custom upholstery.
$179,000 USD
€166,210 Euros
CA$241,665 CAD
£144,166 GBP

Now emerging on the brokerage market for the first time since the completion of a seven-year keel-up restoration, Ranger has benefitted from a history of light use combined with an open checkbook refurbishment. The result is the recreation of this classic Rhodes design built in fiberglass that today shows as new. Whether competing in regattas or cruising with friends and family, her owner will enjoy great performance, combined with practicality, and low maintenance in this meticulously restored neo-classic.

Data Sheet
LOA 41' (12.4 meters)
Type sail
Year 1960
Beam 10'
LWL 28'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass


For more information about this vessel, please contact Chris Carney, CPYB.
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Chris Carney, CPYB

Yacht Broker
1 Lagoon Rd
Portsmouth Rhode Island 02871 United States
Cell: 1-401-633-2070

Chris was born and raised on Aquidneck Island, cruising and fishing his father's power boats from a young age. He continued by racing dinghies and small keelboats out of Tiverton Yacht Club. After graduating from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in Marine Affairs and Business, he comes to the team with the intent to build long-term relationships. His experience ranges from all aspects of marine services including private charter sailing, commissioning and diving. His passion for yachting and knowledge of boats has lead a clear career path in the industry. Chris can be found fishing or cruising the waters of Narragansett bay on his Palm beach with his yellow lab “Dublin”.