Ranger Boats exhibits line at Alabama show

Ranger Boats said it will bring its line of performance saltwater fishing boats and sales incentives to the Mobile Boat Show.
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Ranger Boats said it will bring its line of performance saltwater fishing boats and sales incentives to the Mobile Boat Show, beginning today and continuing through the weekend inside the Mobile (Ala.) Convention Center.

In conjunction with local Ranger dealer Gulf Coast Boating Centers, this year's Ranger booth will highlight the all-new 2350 Bay Ranger. The center-console design was introduced at the Miami International Boat Show last week.

Measuring 23 feet, 5 inches, and rated for 300 hp, the 2350 Bay Ranger represents the continuing evolution of Ranger's saltwater line through unmatched fishability, big-water performance and unrivaled comfort, according to the company.

"There's a lot of work that goes into a totally new design like this, and the feedback we've received so far has been incredible," Larry Jett, Ranger Boats saltwater business development manager, said in a statement.

"It's extremely comfortable, has more features and delivers more versatility than any other boat in its class. There's nothing like it on the market; definitely nothing this plush — it's the best crossover sport/fish utility boat there is."

The 220 Bahia and the 2310 and 2510 Bay Rangers also will be on display.

Ranger is offering qualifying buyers savings through its 2016 Saltwater Series retail sales promotion, which touts as much as $4,500 in incentives.

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