Rossiter Boats debuts new 14-foot runabout

Canadian boatbuilder Rossiter Boats debuted a new R14 Dual Console this week.
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Canadian boatbuilder Rossiter Boats debuted a new R14 Dual Console this week.

With an added port console to its starboard-side console model, the runabout now offers customers two windscreens.

With a 40- or 50-hp outboard, the boat is able to cruise with four or five passengers. The builder also offers the R14 Dual Console with a 25-hp engine, an alternative for younger or inexperienced operators or in areas with horsepower restrictions.

Rossiter Boats builds outboard-powered runabouts from 14 to 23 feet. Owners appreciate the deep-vee hulls of the Rossiter boats, which deliver a smoother ride in a chop than boats of similar sizes, according to the company.

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