Unused and ready to be commissioned, high-performance luxury cabin RIB from 2020. Powered by twin Honda 250hp outboards and boasting a full ‘Trofeo’ specification.
FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
Brand new and still to be commissioned Cayman 27.0 Sport Tourer Trofeo. Delivered in 2020 and dry stored since, and configured with the top engine option of twin Honda 250hp 4-stroke engines, this high-specification ‘Trofeo’ version is 100% ready to go.
Her specification highlights include:- • Synthetic Teak decks • 2x 250hp Honda engines • “Luxury” dashboard • Central console • Sink and gas cooker • Fridge • Hi-Fi Stereo with Bluetooth • Bow table • Aft sunbathing area • Aft starboard table • Led lights • Black roll bar with awning • Carbon look tubular finish • Windlass with counter meter • Deck shower • Bathing ladder • Hydraulic steering system • Additional battery system
…When underway, I found the Cayman 27.0 Sport Touring convincing. To start with, you could feel the acceleration… The second thing that I liked when we got going was the trim. The boat was always well positioned on the water. You don’t have to work hard on the trim to make it move in the best way possible, and in fact, you can even forget about adjusting it… I got the feeling that it wasn’t a hull that would suffer from rough seas. The V-shaped bow does its job, as do the three hydrodynamic spray rails and two steps on the hull. It is really easy to handle, and perfect for people who want to enjoy taking to the water without having to put too much into it. That is perfect for a boat of this size…
Being over eight and a half meters long overall, and with 3.20 meters maximum beam, it can carry up to twenty passengers. Another of the boat’s qualities is that it suits a range of different power units. There are many possibilities, both single and twin engines. The smallest amount recommended is 250 hp, while the most are as much as a pair of 250s… We had 400 horsepower available, split between a pair of engines developing 200 hp each. At top speed, we did more than 44 knots and only needed eleven knots to start planing. Between the two there are a full 33 knots cruising range, which means that you can choose your preferred speed… At minimum planing speed, a total of 20 liters was used, while 138 were needed at top speed. So, between a liter and a half and three liters were used per nautical mile. That is a figure that is more than satisfying.
… The visibility is good, both when sitting and when you stand up when underway. The windscreen isn’t huge, but it does its job very well: it protects you without blocking the view. The boat is stable when turning. The nose doesn’t rise, and it doesn’t cavitate or suffer from waves, even when taking them on the beam…
Barche Magazine – May 2020
The history of the Ranieri International started in Soverato, Calabria, in the late 1960s, when Pietro, the older of the Ranieri brothers – supported by his innate passion for engines – opened a small motorcycle repairing business: shortly thereafter he started to sale and repair marine engines and small boats as well. Driven by his passion and the support of his brothers, Pietro began the production of fiberglass boats until 1970 when he transformed a small business into the first structured company of the Ranieri Group: MOTONAUTICA F.LLI RANIERI.
Over the course of a few years, boating became more and more popular thanks to a naturally social and political evolution worldwide, so the small boats built by Motonautica F.lli Ranieri.
“Our passion is renewed every time we drop the anchor and is strengthened at every wave we encounter, every mile we sail; each model is designed to gift boaters with an extraordinary experience. And we challenge the time while doing it”.
With this mission in mind and the ability to combine beauty, technique, and craftsmanship, Motonautica F.lli Ranieri has reached our days: but most of all it gradually combined the technological development of its models with the evolution of the design, as an excellent expression of Made in Italy. Today, Pietro Ranieri still personally follows every step of the production process managed by his two sons, Salvatore and Antonio: in these days, the three of them together supervise production as well as deal directly with all the commercial, legal and administrative side of the business.
Over the years, the company has chosen to leave the heart of the production in Soverato, with a production area of over 380,000sq.ft. In addition to that, they have developed a facility by the sea of approx 130,000sq.ft.
The key points of their success are the incredible attention to every single detail and the combination of technical expertise and work experiences given by a life spent in the business, The combination of these factors has led us to manufacture in-house about 80% of our products’ components, allowing us to keep the quality control at the top.
The generational change has renewed the enthusiasm and has given a new marketing vision: to improve the perception of the brand and to expand the range of boats through qualitative and technological investments of new materials, production processes, regulatory aspects.
The new strategies led in 2008 to the creation of a new Family Brand, Ranieri International, through which the company launched a range of new products with international features: inflatable boats (CAYMAN line, launched in 2014), and a new generation of boats (NEXT line, launched in 2016).
Ranieri International is currently present in over 30 Countries, with the capability of combining the legacy of the past with the innovation of its boats. The past and the future are mixed with exquisite wisdom, deep-rooted in solid family foundations, with eyes to the future.
2020 Ranieri Cayman Sport Touring 27.0 Trofeo – Asking Euro 125,000 EU VAT paid – full details here
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