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The Rampage 30 is one of the new-generation Rampage designs introduced in 1999 by the companys new owner, KCS Inc. (which also owns Wisconsin-based Cruisers Yachts). Built on a fully cored hull with a relatively wide beam, the Rampage 30 is a rugged and well-finished boat that compares well with other high-end express fishermen her size. The cockpit comes with a 38-gallon transom livewell, a big in-deck fish box, transom door and gate, and a lockable tackle center. For engine access, the entire bridge deck can be raised on a hydraulic lift. Below deck, the cherrywood interior of the Rampage 30 is surprisingly plush for a fishing boat with berths for four and premium furnishings and hardware. Carpeting is standard, but an optional teak-and-holly sole adds even more class to this upscale interior. Additional features include a tilt-away helm, bow pulpit, lighted engine compartment, trim tabs, raw-water washdown, underwater exhausts, and cockpit rod storage. An expensive boat in her day, twin 315hp Yanmar diesels cruise the Rampage 30 Express in the mid 20s with a top speed close to 30 knots.
Overview Well-rigged midsize express with handsome lines delivers impressive mix of top-shelf amenities, proven big-water performance.
Features Unobstructed cockpit includes 38-gallon lighted livewell, large in-deck fishbox, dual washdowns, bait-prep center, lockable tackle storage. Cherrywood interior with Corian counters, leather seating sleeps four. Tilt-away helm, lighted engine compartment, transom door are standard.
Comments Weight-efficient hull is fully cored.
Performance Twin 315hp Yanmar diesels cruise in the mid 20s with top speed of 30+ knots.