Rambler Introduces New American Yacht Line

Posted by March 20, 2018

Maritime Propulsion

  • Layout on deck is entirely customizable to suit your needs. Whether you are in the market for a tender, a family cruiser or a weekend warrior, arrangement on deck can be tailored specifically to your style of yachting on any given day. (Photo: Rambler Yacht Co.)
  • Rambler 38, the first model in a line of new American yachts. (Photo: Rambler Yacht Co.)
  • Layout on deck is entirely customizable to suit your needs. Whether you are in the market for a tender, a family cruiser or a weekend warrior, arrangement on deck can be tailored specifically to your style of yachting on any given day. (Photo: Rambler Yacht Co.)

  • Rambler 38, the first model in a line of new American yachts. (Photo: Rambler Yacht Co.)

Rambler Yacht Co. has announced the Rambler 38, the first model in a line of new American yachts. Rambler revolutionizes yachting with emphasis on style, sustainability and ease of use with the most environmentally conscious center console to ever hit the market.
 
Designed by Sparkman & Stephens, an iconic American naval architecture firm since 1929. Built by Lyman-Morse, a revered and distinguished American boatbuilder. The Rambler 38 is a head-turner in the harbor. Refined hull lines and sophisticated design blend beautifully to produce a center console yacht that is stunning, fast, intuitive to use, and ready to handle the open seas with ease.

"Our goal was to develop a design that is new and different, but distinctly American. It had to be powerful and elegant, but also functional and relevant in the market. Our aft deck options leap ahead of the competition with wholly customizable solutions to suit clients' needs and enhance their time on the water," said Brendan Abbott, Chief Designer for Sparkman & Stephens and President of Rambler Yacht Co.
 
Down below, accommodations are complete with full galley, separate head including shower, and queen-sized berth. On deck, Rambler's innovative track installation system is ready for different styles of boating with the ability to change the aft deck layout from one activity to the next. Within minutes, the Rambler 38 can transform from the ultimate weekend warrior fishing center console into a dinette layout for a cocktail cruise with family and friends.

Rambler's design and build teams have defined a new and advanced aluminum construction process. This proprietary ExactForm technology is not only sustainable, with 85% recycled material used during build, but also eliminates finish concerns of yesteryear. ExactForm allows for a streamlined build, beautiful worry-free finish options, unmatched sustainability and excellent value retention. "We have had a great partnership with S&S throughout our 40 years in business. We are excited to be teamed up again on this new product line. Working on developing ExactForm  with Rambler Yacht Co. fits into our core values and strengths as a company expert in precision and efficient build-outs," said Drew Lyman, President of Lyman-Morse. "This project is right in our wheelhouse."

With integrated controls and electronic systems, the Rambler 38's interface is intuitive, and the user is in control. Twin multi-touch 22" widescreen displays are standard, providing straightforward access to all features on the Rambler 38. Chartplotting, entertainment, lighting, engine gauges, tank monitoring, and all of your chosen options are viewed and controlled through a fully integrated interface. Underway, the 38-footer scoots with top speeds of 45+ MPH with standard twin Mercury 350 outboards and 60+ MPH with optional quad Mercury 350 outboards.

Meet the Rambler team at the Lyman-Morse booth in Superyacht Villa B at the Palm Beach International Boat Show March 22 – 25 to learn more about this game-changing 38-footer and available delivery dates.

Specifications

LOA: 38'3" | 11.65m
Beam: 11'10" | 3.60m
Draft: 2'1" | 0.64m
Deadrise: 21 deg
Fuel: 450 gal | 1,700 ltr
Water: 50 gal | 200 ltr
Speed: 60+ mph (Quad 350 Outboards)
            45+ mph (Twin 350 Outboards)
electronic systems