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Ranger Boats unveils 21-foot anniversary boat

Ranger Boats is commemorating 45 years of boatbuilding by unveiling the limited-edition Carbon Z Anniversary Package, available only on the upcoming 2013 Ranger Z520C.

Limited quantities are slated to arrive this fall at authorized Ranger dealers, according to the builder.

“Forty-five years is a milestone of which we are very proud,” Ranger Boats president Randy Hopper said in a statement. “We felt the best way to pay tribute to this anniversary year was to produce a one-of-a-kind boat that combines our latest innovations with the finest materials, craftsmanship and accessories. The result is a cutting-edge representation of the Ranger brand and serves as the perfect platform to celebrate our 45th anniversary.”

Measuring 20 feet, 9 inches and rated for 250 hp, the all-new Ranger Z520C is available with a wide range of precision-matched, factory-rigged outboards, the company said. Based on the running surface of previous-generation Z520 hull designs, the all-new Ranger Z520C has a completely redesigned deck.

In addition to the anniversary model, Ranger is unveiling a redesigned website and a new 175-hp Ranger 1850LS, a continuation of the 1850RS.

Click here for the Z520C release.

Click here for the 1850LS release.

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