Rampage Yachts

Rampage Sport Fishing Yachts has been manufacturing fiberglass sportfish yachts for more than 25 years. Full fiberglass cabin liners, aluminum bow rails, and comfortable accommodations make Rampage sport fishing boats prepared for rugged waters and suitable for the entire family. Rampage’s engineers and designers use advanced computer-assisted design technology to create a fleet of yachts that represents rugged durability, thoughtful fishability, and comfort.

Rampage Highlights

  • Established: 1976
  • Located: Oconto, Wisconsin
  • Construction: Fiberglass
  • Category: Sportfish, Convertible

45' Rampage 2007

Panama, Panama
$495,000

45' Rampage 2006

El Salvador
$449,000

45' Rampage 2007

Delivered to Florida or PR
$310,000

45' Rampage 2009

Panama, Panama
$370,000

45' Rampage 2004

Miami, FL
$395,000

41' Rampage 2011

clinton, CT
$529,000

41' Rampage 2011

North Palm Beach, FL
$474,900

40' Rampage 2007

Bahia del Sol, El Salvador
$298,000

38' Rampage 2006

Oceanport, NJ
$179,000

38' Rampage 2005

Kingston, Jamaica
$159,900

38' Rampage 2006

Jacksonville, FL
$229,000

Rampage Yachts By Model

Model name PRODUCTION YEARS LOA BEAM DRAFT
Rampage 28 Sportsman 1986 - 1993 29' 6" 11' 0" 2' 6"
Rampage 30 Express 1999 - Current 31' 0" 11' 3" 2' 10"
Rampage 30 Offshore 2002 - Current 31' 0" 11' 3" 2' 0"
Rampage 30 Walkaround 2005 - Current 31' 0" 11' 3" 2' 10"
Rampage 31 Sportfisherman 1985 - 1993 31' 10" 11' 11" 2' 9"
Rampage 33 Sportfisherman 1990 - 1993 34' 10" 12' 4" 2' 7"
Rampage 33 Express 2005 - Current 35' 6" 13' 0" 2' 5"
Rampage 34 Express 2008 - Current 35' 6" 13' 0" 2' 6"
Rampage 36 Sportfisherman 1989 - 1993 37' 8" 13' 9" 2' 9"
Rampage 38 Express 1999 - 2012 39' 6" 13' 9" 3' 6"
Rampage 40 Sportfisherman 1988 - 1990 41' 9" 15' 2" 3' 6"
Rampage 41 Express 2007 - Current 41' 6" 16' 0" 4' 0"
Rampage 45 Convertible 2002 - Current 48' 8" 16' 0" 4' 0"

About Rampage Yachts

For more than 25 years, Rampage Sport Fishing Yachts have taken the world fishing. Originally conceived, designed and built for offshore fishing on the rugged waters off New England, Rampage earned a reputation for seaworthiness and versatility. Today’s Rampage is still a rugged offshore fishing platform, but now built to a level of comfort and style that appeals to the entire family – the best of both worlds.

From 30′ to 45′, the Rampage sportfish line-up is designed with offshore enthusiasts in mind. Whether your passion is chasing bill fish or cruising with friends and family, a Rampage will deliver exceptional versatility and a smooth, dry ride.

Rampage Yachts stands for rugged durability, thoughtful fishability and well-appointed cabins in a fleet of yachts. Rampage's engineers and designers use the most advanced computer-assisted design technology. To this the people at Rampage Yachts add the artistry and attention to detail of the finest craftsmen in the sportfish segment of the yachting industry.

Rampages have a true offshore Deep-V or modified V hull. All of the newer models show the dry-riding Carolina bow flare. Rampage uses the finest materials available and take the time to install them properly. A Rampage is rugged, yet striking. Our entire line of sport fishing yachts is designed to give you the comfort and confidence to go father offshore and get you back.

Rampage Yachts is dedicated to exceeding the most demanding of customer expectations in quality and innovation; including:

  • Full fiberglass cabin liners, which are lighter than carpet over plywood and will not deteriorate.
  • Aluminum bow rails for better durability.

Bronze through-hull fittings below the waterline to ensure maximum strength and better corrosion resistance.

Rampage is now owned by KCS International, the same privately held company that owns Cruisers Yachts. Both brands are built in Wisconsin, on the shores of beautiful Green Bay. Oconto is a small town with a big boat-building heritage spanning more than 50 years. The KCS facilities include more than 350,000 square feet of modern, climate controlled production and assembly space in a single location. Boats built in Oconto have earned the NMMA’s top CSI award for the past 7 consecutive years.