STYLISH AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, you'd never guess this beautiful 35-footer is knocking on the door of being 13 years old. She's got a modern curvy profile and is polished inside and out, not to mention there is plenty of leg and elbow room throughout this boat! Flying Fish II is ready to take you on any kind of adventure your little heart desires!
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From the main helm, step down into a surprisingly roomy interior. A wet locker just inside the door is a great place to hand wet gear rather than have it drip all over the cabin. A port side stand up private head with shower and hand sink has enough room for someone with longer legs. Adjacent to the head is a small but highly functional galley with a two-burner stove, refrigerator, Whirlpool microwave, U-line ice maker, a galley sink and plenty of cupboards. Inset into the cabinetry is a Black & Decker coffee maker. This unique placement gives you the fulfillment of fresh coffee, but also leaves your counter space available for a muffins and fruit display for breakfast. The forward v-dinette seats five adults and converts into four long single bunks or two bunks above and a full v-berth below. Along the starboard wall, a pull-out couch creates another sleeping option for two. The Corian counters and glossy cherry wood throughout the cabin, along with high quality fabrics and wall coverings, work well together to create quite the yacht-like ambience. Add the cozy Seward heating and you've got a very comfortable cabin in which to relax and even take a snooze.
The aft transom door makes an easy task of coming aboard Flying Fish II. Between the cockpit and the helm deck, this vessel provides plenty of serious fishing features. The 70-square-foot cockpit affords multiple fishing buddies room to fight fish simultaneously. The comfortable aft-facing seat behind the port side settee gives you a quick spot to rest your legs while keeping an eye on your line. You can enjoy a veritable armory of weapons around the cockpit, with rod holders and rocket launchers found all over.
One of the best features of this Rampage model is the bait-prep/tackle center with sink and cutting board. An in-deck fish box gives you a place to easily stow away any slippery seafood buggers and the wash down pump will keep the deck as clean as you want it to be.
Take a step up from the cockpit and you are in the main helm station area, which can be fully enclosed with canvass. There is plenty of seating for guests, too. You ll notice that the helm is set directly in the center of Flying Fish II, this is a tough-to-find feature! The side decks are a nice, wide eight inches and a six-person canister life raft is attached to the bow. The secondary helm is up in the tuna tower, where plenty more seating can be found. From here, you can see far and wide; it makes an excellent vantage point for watching whales, eagles, sea lions and other wildlife.
Flying Fish II is powered by twin 2005 Caterpillar C7 hour-stroke 450 horsepower diesel inboard engines. She cruises at 32 knots. Her rebuilt hours are at a mere six hours. She carries a whopping 367 gallons of fuel for a nice, long day, and also comes with a 25-pound Fortress FX23 25-pound anchor and a Maxwell anchor windlass when you want to park somewhere. The Rampage 33 provides astounding space all the way around each engine, so there's nothing you can't easily reach.
A bevy of electronics comes with this cruising and fishing package, including a Furuno GPS, plotter and radar, a Simrad autopilot, Icom 3 VHF, Ritchie compass, electric wipers, intercom system and hydraulic single cylinder stainless steel trim tabs. In the cabin, you ll find a Blaupunkt stereo system near the Sharp flat screen TV, but you can hear the music playing through the deck speakers.