Yacht of the Month – Ranger Tugs R41

Mar 4, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Our yacht insurance specialists love learning about what’s new on the market and sharing the Intel. This month our featured yacht is the Ranger Tugs R41.

Ranger Tug is a family-owned and operated company that has been building quality watercraft since 1958. Under the guidance of an internationally-recognized boat designer, this Washington-state based business has a strong track record of customer service, sales expertise, and quality manufacturing. Standing by their mission of “doing things right” has earned them a loyal following.

We particularly like that all vessels built by Ranger Tugs are American made. They employ experienced boat builders in the Pacific Northwest to see their innovative ideas through the manufacturing process (complemented by careful design and rigorous testing).

The new Ranger Tugs R41 is the latest addition to their models for cruising on the water. This beauty boasts 45 feet and a 14-foot beam. The two generous staterooms are thoughtfully planned and well appointed with ample storage space so you can bring everything you need on your next marine adventure.

Ranger Tug Yacht R-41 Cabin

The Ranger Tugs R41 is also built for function, featuring twin Volvo IPS 400 engines for power.

Other features include a washer and dryer, efficient and cost-effective diesel heating, air conditioning, so you’re always comfortable during warm weather cruising, and a 9000KW generator.

Ranger Tug Yacht R-41 Kitchen

Our yacht insurance specialists predict an enthusiastic response to this well-crafted and impeccably-designed Ranger Tugs R41. It’s certainly one you’ll want to try out on the coastal waters!

Remember, before you head out on the waves, review your yacht insurance to ensure you have adequate coverage.

Contact Global Marine Insurance to speak with our yacht insurance specialists and take advantage of our years of experience working with top insurance carriers in the marine industry.

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