Ranger Boats will debut new designs in Miami

Ranger Boats is debuting two new Bay Ranger designs — the 2360 and 2260 center consoles — at the Miami International Boat Show.
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Ranger Boats is debuting two new Bay Ranger designs — the 2360 and 2260 center consoles — at the Miami International Boat Show, which will run from Thursday through Monday at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin on Virginia Key.

The company said both of the new center-console designs complement the popular 2350 Bay Ranger, which was introduced at the Miami show last year. The display also will feature Ranger's flagship 2510 Bay Ranger and the 168 Phantom.

The new 2360 Bay Ranger will be presented for sea trials at the show, along with the 2510 in multiple configurations and power options.

Ranger will provide demonstration opportunities for the all-new line of Reata by Ranger pontoons, which feature the fishing-focused 223F and comfort-focused 200C. Both models will be adjacent to the Bay Ranger slips on Dock 3.

Ranger is offering buyers of qualifying saltwater boats the 2017 Saltwater Series retail sales promotion, which touts as much as $2,100 in incentives.

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