Ready to Roam. Reed Yacht Sales is the Great Lakes dealer for Ranger Tugs. Ranger Tugs believes in Quality Cruising and Real Community. Their tugs are designed by lifelong boaters with a passion for having fun on the water. When you buy a Ranger Tug, you’re not just buying a boat, you’re joining a family. Designed and built by hand in the USA.
Well, the time has come and Ranger Tugs has not held back. A brand new Ranger Tug 41 has hit the water! This has been a project in the works for quite some time. The boat is 46'9" overall with a 14' beam. Twin Volvo IPS 400's standard with a washer / dryer, diesel heating, air conditioning, Generator, two staterooms, an abundance of storage and some of the most innovative features you will find! The new R-41 is available as a sedan or with the command bridge. More information about the boat is available on our website and Ranger Tugs website. In the meantime contact Brent Reed by email or phone (616-402-0180) if you have any questions about this exciting new model.
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The new R-25 is a feature-packed cruiser designed for comfort, ease of use, quality and FUN! You’ll see the Ranger Tugs DNA in every facet of the R-25’s thoughtful design. Our on order model is due to arrive in April. Click here for details.
RYS's own Mark Derenne just returned from the Ranger Tug Rendezvous up in Charlevoix, Michigan. What a great time! Ranger Tugs and their happy owners ventured in from all over the Great Lakes for some days of fun and fraternity. The harbor at Charlevoix is delightful spot, adjacent to a lovely downtown park and entertainment pavilion, main street shopping, many restaurants and enjoyable amenities. See photos here of Mark who statyed on a beautiful Ranger Tug R-29 he brought to the event. And check this link filled with Ranger Rendezvous photos and news: https://trailertrawlerlife.com/category/rendezvous-ranger-tugs/#.XVmZZSNKg2w
Kenny Marrs, customer service rep at Ranger Tugs in Kent, WA shows us how to replace your impeller on a Ranger Tugs R-27.
Andrew Custis and Kenny Marrs from Ranger Tugs and Cutwater Boats walk through the process of setting fuel on board using the Volvo engine display and Garmin 7600 series chartplotter.
Andrew Custis, Customer Service Manager at Ranger Tugs in Kent, WA shows us how to winterize a Ranger Tugs R-27.
Alex Reed wrote this article that was published and unedited in Lakeland Boating when she was 13. She recounts her trip on a Ranger Tugs R-27 in Northern Michigan.
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Alex's Lakeland Boating Article
Don't miss another Ranger Tugs Rendezvous! This is a highlight video from the 2016 Ranger Tugs and Cutwater Boats Rendezvous at Roche Harbor Resort & Marina. They had over 150 boats! If you would like to join them in 2017 please find more info at Rangertugs.com or cutwaterboats.com