Stephens were all expensive custom builds, and this particular example was the second built for her original owner; he incorporated everything he'd learned from the first boat and Ranger truly is a masterpiece. With major refits in 1997 and 2011 (about $800,000 was spent, as well as a tremendous amount of sweat equity), she's been updated throughout but of course retains the stately traditional lines for which Stephens was so well known and is in boat show condition today. A vessel such as this comes on the market only occasionally and Ranger must be seen to be appreciated.
Some highlights: Awlgripped hull with freshly glassed cabintop and new teak decks (the decks alone cost over $100,000 and are BEAUTIFUL!), Vosper stabilizers, new heavy duty Falcon windlass, twin naturally aspirated Detroit Diesel 6-71s, Kohler genset, new batteries, vessel largely rewired and replumbed including VacuFlush heads and new fresh water tanks, new pumps for all four reverse cycle CruiseAir units, new color chartplotter, interior totally refit in the late 1990s including refinished woodwork, remodeled galley (note the hand laid teak sole) and new canvas/carpets/cushions/curtains, etc, etc, etc.
Note that in 2012 the vessel earned a USCG Certificate of Inspection for chartering. Any vessel that's a candidate for a COI is put under a microscope before it passes; Ranger went through the functional equivalent of about a half dozen buyer's surveys! And the modifications necessary for the COI were so well designed and implemented that they in no way detract from the look and feel of a private yacht.
Also note that the boat is lying in Alameda at Ballena Bay marina and the harbormaster has indicated that they will consider allowing a liveaboard.
Price just reduced again as of June 2017, motivated out of state owners encouraging offers; originally listed at over $400,000, this yacht is a STEAL!
Vessel shown by appointment, please.
Enter vessel at pilothouse sliding doors either port or starboard, pilothouse slightly forward of amidship. Pilothouse has bench seat with centerline steering and a small day head.Aft of house is galley port and starboard, continue aft to salon and far aft to enclosed aft deck. Note that all the living areas are on same level, this layout was a hallmark of the classic Trumpys built back east.
Down forward from pilothouse starboard side to fully self-contained crew quarters including V-berths, head and stall shower, galley with dinette, and access to a spotless and beautifully laid out engine room.
Owner's and guest stateroom down staircase starboard aft part of the salon with the guest stateroom being far aft with twin beds and a private head. The beam-to-beam master stateroom is just forward of the quest stateroom and has a walk-around king size bed and ensuite head.
Note that the interior has been almost totally updated including beautifully refinished brightwork and shows very nicely.
Remodeled galley up just aft of pilothouse with granite tile countertops, twin stainless steel sinks with hot/cold pressure water (20 gal. AC-fired hot water heater, Miele ceramic four burner cooktop with oven and Gaggenau exhaust fan, Kenmore microwave oven, mana full size side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, Broan trash compactor and Husqvarna dishwasher. Note large picture windows port and starboard, galley opens directly into salon.
Second galley down forward in crew's quarter and consists of two burner electric stove, stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water and small refrigerator.
Four toilets on board with the one down in the crew's quarters being an electric Groco and the other three being VacuFlush.
New Garmin GPSMap 4212 color chartplotter, , Furuno GP-31 GPS, Si-Tex T-295 24 mile radar, Benmar autopilot, Si-Tex Pro-Fish II depth sounder, Benmar autopilot, West Marine Sea Command VHF radio, Danforth 6" magnetic compass.
SeaTel active tracking TV antenna with Direct TV digital receiver two flat screen TVs, AM/FM/CD stereo with built in speakers.
1120/220V AC / 12/24/32V DC. Fifty and 30 amp shorepower service, 15kW Kohler genset in sound shield. two battery banks with four 8D batteries in each bank, 30 amp Analytics System battery charger. Vessel rewired from shorepower connection to main breaker including isolation transformer.
Note that USCG stipulated that in order to maintain COI, rewiring needs to be completed over the next two haulouts (haulouts are mandated every two years).
Double planked mahogany over 1 7/8" x 1 3/4" steam bent oak frames on 10" centers with silicon bronze fasteners. Hull is white Awlgripped LPU with dark blue boot tripe, decks are teak over marine plywood and cabintop is fiberglass mat over marine plywood.
Note that the teak decks (3/4", glued NOT screwed) and subdecks (1 1/2") were just redone (to the tune of about $100,000, and the cabintop was re-glassed (using heavier glass mat than original) and Awlgripped. Exterior brightwork was just done in May 2015 and is practically flawless.
Also note that the back half of the port hull side had new ribs and new planking installed about 15 years ago, and USCG inspectors went thru the boat with a fine-toothed comb looking for any structurally problems before awarding the COI.
100 Bay Street
Sausalito, CA 94965