Hull Length
5.58 m
Beam
2.33 m
Max. Recommended HP (HP)
115
Engine Shaft Length
0.50 m
Side Depth
0.50 m
Hull Thickness
0.254 cm
Bottom Width
1.65 m
Fuel Capacity
90.8 l
Approximate Boat Weight
589.6 kg
Rod Box Length - Port
2.13 m
Rod Box Length - Center
2.59 m
Max. Person Capacity (persons)
4
Trailer GVWR
1338 kg
Approximate Length On Trailer w/ Motor Down
7.16 m
Approx Length On Trailer w/Motor Down/Swing Tongue Open
6.60 m
Width On Trailer
2.41 m

We’ve taken one of the best-selling and best-performing aluminum bass rigs and added even more tournament-ready capability. A pad-bottom hull delivers greater performance and handling in conjunction with an offset transom that accepts dual Power-Poles with a jackplate. An innovative keel design delivers greater strength and rigidity than ever. The front deck is ripe with features but retains the same extra-wide design that delivers superior stability and space for anglers and gear. Other, more narrow designs are cramped and have you stepping on rods all day. A fiberglass bow panel flush-mounts electronics up to 9″ front and center, which lies at the perfect angle for easy viewing. A port side rod box holds sticks up to 7′ while the center stow carries rods up to 8′ 6″. An insulated cooler rides in front of the console and just aft of a lockable storage box. The underside of every lid features foam insulation. The cockpit features twin footboards and a storage step to the front deck, while the gas tank has been moved under the seats, freeing up more space in the bilge for pumps, props and batteries. Rear deck boxes carry more gear than ever. The Ranger Trail® trailer features diamond plate panels for rugged good looks and extra traction. The RT188p is nothing short of Next-Generation Domination.