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September 21, 2007

Ocean Sport Roamer 30

The new Ocean Sport Roamer 30 offers the latest in design techniques and construction. The structural components are manufactured with bi-directional e-glass, CoreCell and vinylester resin. Assembly of these parts is done with infusion-injection vacuum-bagging, reducing the weight of the Roamer by up to 40 percent while increasing strength by up to 150 percent. With its 20-degree deadrise, high bow, and 10' 9" beam, the Roamer 30 delivers a fast, smooth and stable ride. It can be powered by twin I/O (diesel or gas) or vee-drive engines. The Roamer also allows 360-degree views from all steering stations.

Designed for practicality and convenience, the main cabin floor and aft deck are flush (no engine box). The boat also offers long-range cruising ability, with a fuel capacity of 340 gallons and 80 gallons of water. The Roamer's top speed is estimated at 45 mph, with a cruising speed of up to 34 mph.

A roomy cabin (sleeps five), ample galley and VacuFlush head allow for weekend cruising. The forward cabin offers a generous sleeping area, while the dinette converts to a berth or forward-facing co-pilot seat.

Islands Marine Center, Lopez Island, WA; (360) 468-3377


Length: 18' 2"
Beam: 7' 4"
Draft: 10"
Weight: 875 lbs.
Fuel: 38 gals.
Base price w/ F115 Yamaha 4-stroke outboard: $35,429