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2013 | 27' Ranger Tugs R-27 Trawler for Sale

2013 Ranger Tugs

27' (8.26m) R-27 - Fresh Waters

Well maintained, 2 owner Ranger Tug R-27 with trailer large enough for a nice cruise and nimble enough to pull the kids on a tube. She is powered by a Volvo Penta diesel motor with only 143 hours! She is very clean and ready to go.


Vessel ID# 2798886      Last Updated: 2024-03-20 13:14:39

$ 159,000 USD

€ 147,959 Euros
$ 217,466 CAD

Description

The Ranger Tug 27, Fresh Waters, is just the right combination for cruising and playing on the water. Large enough to enjoy on overnight adventures and small and nimble enough to pull a tube for the kids. This one comes complete with trailer and many upgrades making it the perfect option for your next boat. She is currently stored on her trailer and can be easily seen.


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https://rangertugs.blob.core.windows.net/media/2212/r-27-classic-spec-sheet-2016.pdf


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Data Sheet

LOA: 27' 1" (8.26 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2013

Beam: 8' 6"

Bridge Clearance: 8' 9"

Draft Max: 2' 2"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 6

Double Berths: 1

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: 14 Knots

Range NMI: 200

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 100 Gallons (378.54 Liters)

Fresh Water: 50 Gallons (189.27 Liters)

Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)

Full Details

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Features, Updates, and Maintenance

Features
• Volvo D200 diesel with 143 real hours
• In fresh water, most of its life & fully covered every winter
• Side and rear cameras and display added
• Full custom canvas cover
* Aft cockpit screen and isinglass enclosures
• Rear helm (engine & thruster control)
• All screens
• Window tinting
• Wet head polyurethaned
* All original documentation/manuals and RT bag
New Items
• Air Conditioner (2021)
• Garmin 18xHD radar (2021)
• Anchor windlass relay (2021)
• Galley faucet (2021)
• Bilge pumps and sensors (2021)
• Hot/cold shower at swim platform (2022)
• 4 Goodyear Endurance trailer tires (2022)
• Spare trailer wheel/tire (2022)
• 4 speakers and wiring (2022)
* LED bulbs all over (2022)
• DC outlets, GFCI, Voltage display (2022)
• Bunks and guide rails added to trailer (2022)
• Garmin 914xsv chartplotter, transducer & maps (2022)
• Rocna 10 anchor (2022)
• Engine and Genset oil, filters, impellers & belt tensioner (2022)
• Stern thruster controller and solenoid (2022)
• Anodes (2022)
• Engine and thruster batteries (2022)
• (2) House batteries (2023)
• (2) solar panels (600W total) & Victron controller (2023)
• All seat upholstery (2023)


Walk Through

Boarding off the dock onto the Starboard side of the swim platform you will find rails at the aft of the platform and built in fenders to protect when docking. The transom door on the starboard side leads to the 50 sq ft cockpit that has a removable Bimini and dinette for comfortable outdoor dining. To Starboard there are cockpit controls for easy docking. A transom shower with hot and cold water was added by the current owner. It the cockpit hatches you will find your Mase Generator, Power Manifold, Volvo Penta Diesel motor, and access to other mechanical items.


As you advance into the cabin you will find a very clean and well thought out interior. Directly to Port you will find a midship cabin that contains a foldaway desk and chair as well as a berth large enough for 2. Continuing up the port side you will find a convertible dinette. The table will fold out for dining, back to allow for more space while visiting or cooking, and lowers to create a berth. The forward seat of the dinette flips backwards to double as the admiral's helm chair also giving access to the glove box in front of it.


Continuing forward as you go down the step into the forward cabin you will find the generator and Hvac controls to port and a v-berth large enough for 2 people ahead of you. Above you is the flat panel TV that is hinged to store neatly at the ceiling.


Coming back aft you will find the helm to Starboard. It is packed with all kinds of useful gadgets including but not limited to a newer Garmin, Auto Pilot, Bow and Stern Thruster, and the electric control panel. Continuing aft on the starboard side you will find a nicely appointed galley complete with fridge, microwave, range, oven, and still room for galley storage. Past the galley is the wet head.


The exterior of the boat has solar panels on the roof and grab bars for safe passage around the decks. She comes with the cockpit enclosure and full boat covers for when she is stored.

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Volvo Penta
  • Engine Model: D3
  • Engine Year: 2013
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 200.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 143.00

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