Ranger Tugs R-25

Ranger Tugs R-25

Schelleen Rathkopf New Boats

The new Ranger Tugs R-25 arrived to enthusiastic cheers of many longtime adoring Ranger Tugs fans, who have come to love the quality cruising and welcoming community that characterizes Ranger Tugs boat ownership. The R-25 is sold fully equipped and ready to cruise and has been designed for comfort, ease of use, and most importantly, FUN!

Ranger Tugs started in 1958 on a philosophy of quality and doing things right, a commitment that continues to this day. “My father Dave works with me daily, and is probably the most accomplished boat designer in the world,” shares John Livingston, Ranger Tugs’ president. “In our shop, boats are put together by some of the most experienced boatbuilders in the Northwest.” With factories in Kent and Auburn in Washington state, Ranger Tugs are built for Pacific Northwest waters and weather conditions.

The main salon on the R-25 is designed with many creature comforts that make it perfect for cruising with the family or entertaining friends. Her forward V-berth is spacious and private and includes a fully enclosed head with sink and shower.

Ranger Tugs R-25

Additional sleeping areas are available with a quarter berth and a dinette that converts to another bed for two. One of the most innovative features of the R-25 is the swim platform that wraps around the outboard to provide extended exterior deck area. The R-25 is fast and efficient and includes an electronics package that will keep you safe and clear from getting lost.
Ranger Tugs R-25 Specs

When you buy a Ranger Tugs boat, you are inducted into a very special Ranger Tugs family. Many meet up together at the annual Ranger Tugs & Cutwater Boats Rendezvous that takes place the weekend after Labor Day in Roche Harbor in the San Juan Islands.

This rendezvous is the event of the year for many Ranger Tugs families. “It’s truly a special group of people. Never before have we felt such an immediate friendship with strangers that we meet than with this group of people,” shared Ranger Tugs R-31S owners Greg and Cathy. It’s plain to see that your customer base feels the same way we do about your company, your boats, your employees, and your service.” If fun and community are what you’re after, you’ll want to check out a Ranger Tugs boat and the R-25 is a great place to start.

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Schelleen Rathkopf

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Schelleen Rathkopf is Managing Editor of Northwest Yachting magazine and Owner and Producer of Whidbey Island Race Week (now Point Roberts Race Week). She is also the producer of the SHE Regatta, a new all women regatta in Seattle.

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