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Old 03-06-2006, 06:39 PM
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Default 36 Rampage

I am posting this for a good friend of mine. This is a very nice and clean boat.

1993 Rampage 36’ Express Fisherman

An expensive, top quality boat in her day, the Rampage 36 is a distinctive blend of classy styling, excellent open-water performance, and a well-conceived deck layout. The beamy, fully cored hull provides a very large bi-level cockpit area with lots of room for tackle and storage without cutting into the below deck space. The cockpit contains an oversized transom door, two large in-deck fish boxes, concealed rod storage, and three tackle centers. A settee is abaft the companion seat, and easy engine access is provided via a centerline hatch in the cockpit sole. Below, the Sportsman’s rich cherry wood interior is arranged with a double berth forward and a dinette that converts to sleep two. A full galley includes a refrigerator, microwave, and 2 burner stove top. The head has toilet and shower with ample storage. Additional features include underwater exhausts, chart table, and molded bow pulpit.

Beam 13 ft 9 in Max Draft 3 ft 6 in
Dry Weight 19000 lb Hull Material Fiberglass
Hull Shape Deep Vee Engine Inboard
Fuel Diesel Horsepower (total) 850
Engine Make CATERPILLAR Engine Model 3208TA
Engine Year 1993 Cruising Speed (mph) 23.0
Top Speed (mph) 27 Fuel Capacity 435 gal
Cabin Headroom 6 ft 5 in Dead rise at Transom 17 degrees
Number of Heads 1 Holding Tank Size 20 gal
Water Capacity 70 gal Engine Hours 1500
Number of Berths 2 sleeps 4 Surveyed Yes

Accommodations
The cabin arrangement provides spacious accommodation for up to four adults. Her forward berth is a vee with filler cushion and has drawer storage to the side. On the starboard side she has a convertible dinette with storage below. Across to port is the galley with refrigerator, microwave, stainless sink, cook top and good cupboard and drawer space. The head is located aft of the galley on the port side with stall shower, electric head and sink with vanity. The entire interior is satin finished cherry with exceptional joiner work. Up three steps to the helm deck with helm forward to starboard and a companion seat to port with navigation table. There is along settee aft of the companion seat with lockable rod storage below and an innovative lure storage locker built into the top. Tackle storage and drink boxes are built into the cockpit with fish box and livewell under the cockpit sole. Transom door is heavily built and oversized. Sharp flat panel TV and Teac AM/FM/CD changer with 4 speakers located in cabinets above vee berth.

Electronics Helm
Furuno 1943C 10” Navnet 48mile open array radar, Furuno GD1900C 10” Navnet Chartplottter, Furuno BBFF1 Navnet Color Sounder, Furuno PG1000 Navnet Heading Sensor, Furuno GPS/WASS receiver, Raytheon ST7000 Autopilot, Raytheon Tridata temp, speed, distance log, Raytheon 575 Loran, Icom VHF,

Electronics Bridge
Furuno GD1700C 7” Navnet Chartplotter networked to Helm radar, sounder, plotter, Raytheon Autopilot interface, Raytheon Tridata repeater, Horizon VHF radio, ACR 406 Class 1 EPIRB

Electrical
Westerbeake 8kw generator, 1-50amp shore power cord (50’), 2-8D batteries, 12v lighting, automatic battery charger, cable hook up, breaker panel with gauges, battery switches

Deck
Bow pulpit with rails, Maxwell windlass, Danforth anchor, 3 electric windshield wipers, 4 sided enclosure (new 2005), tower with full controls, buggy top, seat and padded coaming, canvas covers for console, chart table, bridge helm and companionway door, raw/fresh water wash downs, 5 gunwale rod holders, 8 rod holders on tower, Viking life raft, Rupp Outriggers,

Mechanical & Engine
16000BTU Air Conditioning (reverse cycle heat), electric head, 12gal hot water heater, 3 auto bilge pumps, engine driven crash pumps, Racor fuel filters (engines & gen), fresh water cooling, Halon automatic fire extinguishing system, lube oil transfer, Glendenning engine synchronizer, hydraulic steering, 4 blade nibral props, spare 3 blade props, engine alarm system, underwater & side dumping exhausts, trim tabs

$$ 169,900.00 $$
Contact:
Stuart Snowden
908-232-0483 Off
908-233-0410 Home
908-307-6871 Mobile
s_snowden@comcast.net
stuart_snowden@stuartsaudio.com

Boat is located in Pt. Pleasant, NJ

Photos and complete listing can be viewed at

http://www.boats.com/listing/boat_de...tyid=102381161
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