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September 21, 2007

New Boats: Ranger I95-I Intracoastal

Ranger's new 195-1 is a versatile boat designed to fill the needs of anglers who fish both fresh and salt water. With a length of 19' 5" and a beam of 7' 8", the 195-I is offered in both single- and dual-console versions. Key features include Sea Star Pro steering, Rite-Track Keel hull design, centrally located fuel tanks, skid-resistant decks, custom molded footrests and contoured bench seating. Two oversized lockable rod lockers have extra-wide openings and gas shocks. The port box is 7' 6" long, while the starboard box is 7' long. Both come with handle-supported rod organizers.

The rear deck features locking storage compartments flanking a large, recirculating live well with removable divider. Additional standard features include a multi-bank, stainless-steel battery charger; stainless prop and hardware; a cranking battery; a Garmin 160 fishfinder; Minn Kota 24V Riptide trolling motor; a choice of factory outboards and a custom-fitted Ranger Trail trailer with disc brakes. Ranger Boats, Flippin, AR; (800) 373-2628;


LOA: 19' 5"
Beam: 7' 8"
Draft: 14"
Weight w/o engines: 1,645 lbs.
Max hp: 200
Fuel: 45 gals.
Base price w/ Yamaha VZ 175-hp outboard: $33,300
(includes standard Garmin electronics and Minn Kota trolling motor)