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A top-selling boat with classic convertible lines, the Rampage 45 bore a strong resemblance to several late model Hatteras designs when she was introduced in 2002. The Rampage rides on a beamy modified-V hull with a well-flared bow, cored hullsides, and propeller pockets to reduce draft and shaft angles. Inside, the cherry-trimmed interior boasts a spacious main salon with L-shaped lounge seating to port (with rod storage under), U-shaped galley with Corian counters and under-counter refrigeration, and three-person dinette to starboard. Forward, the master stateroom is fitted with an island berth, and the portside guest cabin has single berths that convert to a queen. While both heads are fitted with separate stall showers, the circular shower door in the day head is a bit difficult to use. The huge fishing cockpit of the Rampage 45 — larger than most boats in this class — came standard with a 36-gallon (lighted) livewell, complete tackle center, engine room access door and two removable in-deck fish boxes. The flybridge has with single-lever helm controls and bench seating forward of the console. Cat 800hp diesels cruise the Rampage 45 at 26–28 knots (low 30s top).