Powered by a Yamaha 300hp Outboard and loaded with features!
2021 Model on order!
For a limited time, purchase an eligible new Yamaha four-stroke outboard and receive up to $500 IN DEALER CREDIT or 5 YEARS OF WARRANTY PROTECTION depending on the outboard selected. Some restrictions apply. Click on Inventory Price Sheet above for details on this model.
Created specifically for the R-27, Ranger Tugs now offers an optional dinghy lift. This lift is available with the lift only or to include the inflatable too. Click the link below to download the video to see how the lift works. Call us for details if interested.
R-27 Dinghy Lift
Cruising without compromise is the name of the game for the all-new R-27 from Ranger Tugs. Straight from the factory, your new R-27 will be outfitted to cruise, fish, and play in comfort and style. Powered by the efficient and popular Yamaha F300 outboard motor, the new R-27 doesn’t waste time delivering you and your family to your next adventure. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that the included Garmin 7612 Chartplotter will guide you safely on your passage and that when you arrive, the bow thruster will make docking a non-event.
The curved front windshield and overhead glass atrium provide beautiful 360 degree views and generous light throughout the salon. Open the aft glass bulkhead in tandem with any of the hatches, windows, or port lights to deliver a fresh breeze throughout the cabin. Chefs will be delighted to cook in the full galley or to simply grill on the removable electric Kenyon grill. When taking in a gorgeous sunset, you and your guests can enjoy the view from the spacious cockpit or from the new double lounge seat on the bow of the R-27.
The new R-27 from Ranger Tugs is designed and built to offer maximum usability, value, and FUN. When you buy a Ranger Tug you’re not just buying a boat, you’re joining our family.
This Ranger R-27 was ordered for a customer and we decided to test her out in December...in Michigan! This new model is powered by a Yamaha 300hp outboard and cruised nicely at 27 mph. A little unusual to be boating so late in the year but why not take every opportunity to get out there and have some fun!