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The introduction of the Rampage 38 (and her smaller sistership, the Rampage 30) in 1999 marked the reappearance of the Rampage brand after an absence of nearly 10 years. A handsome boat, shes built on a fully cored hull with a relatively wide beam and an efficient 19 degrees of transom deadrise. The deck layout of the Rampage 38 has a center helm pod forward with an L-shaped lounge to port and wet bar opposite. Aft, the cockpit is equipped with two removable in-deck fish boxes, a custom 55-gallon livewell (with a window), a molded tackle center with sink and cooler, and a transom door and gate. The entire bridge deck lifts on a pair of hydraulic rams to reveal a spacious and well-designed engine compartment. Below, the cabin of the 38 will accommodate four with a double berth forward and a convertible U-shaped dinette to port. Additional features include excellent cabin headroom, a separate stall shower in the head, power windshield center vent, hinged helm (for access to the wiring), tilt steering, and cherrywood interior trim. A good-selling boat, Cummins 480hp engines cruise in the mid 20s. Twin 575hp Cat diesels cruise at 30+ knots.