The Rodman 38 IPS 2007 is a fantastic boat for the whole family to enjoy with ample space on this 4/6 berth example. Running on twin Volvo D6’s as an IPS drive system at both the cabin and fly bridge helms. With a great list of optional extras, and priced to suit the market this a fine example of well looked after flybridge boat perfect for entertaining and having weekends away. Serviced till March 2018, she is available to be view at any time. Please contact for more information.
4 berths (one master double/ and twin in separate cabin). Lounge table converts into additional berths for two people. 2 toilets, master en suite and day head. Cream suede leather interior upholstery, satin cherry wood with cream lining. Blue exterior upholstery.
2kw 18” scanner
Additional 220V socket in Galley
Aft cockpit cover complete
Dual station IPS Joystick
E80 8.4” Multifunctional display
Eberspacher D5LC 4 Outlet
Flybridge Bimini top
Foredeck and Flybridge sunbathing cushions
Fridge on Flybridge
Full Flybridge cover
Laminated wood floor to saloon, dinette
Raystar Rs125 GPS
Saloon table conversion into occasional bed
Searchlight on bow
Teak laid floor to aft cockpit
Windscreen and side covers
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