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R32 - Gary Mull's 3/4 Ton Winner from Ranger Yachts (1974)

R32 - Gary Mull's 3/4 Ton Winner from Ranger Yachts (1974)

R32-Gary Mull's 3/4 Ton Winner from Ranger Yachts. 1974 Print Advertisement For information on Ranger Yachts and a 17x22 poster available for mounting, see your local Ranger dealer.

GG Archives REF: BPRGR-001-1974-C-AD

Ranger 22 Yacht: The Racing Machine Returns (1977)

Ranger 22 Yacht: The Racing Machine Returns (1977)

The new Ranger 22 is a brutally single-minded boat: She's built to race. Everything on board is there to make her fast -- or we wouldn't have it on the boat.

GG Archives REF: BPRGR-002-1977-C-AD-2

The Ranger 28: Most advanced production cruiser-racer we've ever built (1977)

The Ranger 28: Most advanced production cruiser-racer we've ever built (1977)

We asked designer Gary Mull to make her a competition sailboat with the creature comforts of a cruising boat below. We built her with the polish and the strength of a custom yacht.

GG Archives REF: BPRGR-003-1977-C-AD-2

The new Ranger 30: a practical cruiser precisely because she's a spirited racer (1978)

The new Ranger 30: a practical cruiser precisely because she's a spirited racer (1978)

The Ranger 30 is a boat a family can crew. A simple boat, easy to handle in a race. A quick, responsive boat, one you can trust in narrow channels or in rolling offshore swells.

GG Archives REF: BPRGR-005-1978-C-AD-2

1977 Ranger 30: Practical Cruiser - Spirited Racer

1977 Ranger 30: Practical Cruiser - Spirited Racer

The Ranger 30 is a boat a family can crew. A simple boat, easy to handle in a race. A quick, responsive boat, one you can trust in narrow channels or in rolling offshore swells.

GGA REF: BPRGR-006-1977-C-AD-2

Ranger 33: The Performance Cruiser (1977)

If you've never been aboard, you've been missing the most exciting, spirited new boat around. Gary Mull designed Ranger 33 for speed and luxury.

A Special Class of Ranger Yachts

A total of 92 Ranger Specials are being built. No more. No less. Twenty-eight Ranger 23's. Twenty-eight Ranger 26's. Twenty-four Ranger 29's. Twelve Ranger 33's. The Ranger Specials are being offered to racing sailors throughout the country this fall.

The Ranger Specials are factory-prepared and specially equipped for serious racing.

The Ranger Specials are identified by their distinctive red hulls. They're equipped with pulpits, stanchions and lifelines. They feature a powerful Lewmar racing winch package — including extras such as oversize two-speed aluminum sheet winches.

They come complete with the Gary Mull Racing Package — including such things as spinnaker gear, staysail gear, backstay adjusters and ball bearing travelers.

They will be commissioned by the dealer and stored until spring, if you wish, at no extra cost. The Ranger Specials feature one hell of a lot of special racing gear. Most everything you need for serious campaigning.

This spring the 92 red-hulled Ranger Specials will take to the water. You can't beat them. If you're going to join them, you have to act now. Because the limited edition Ranger Factory Racing Specials will go very fast. In more ways than one.

See the Ranger Special of your choice at your dealer. Right now.

October 1972 - Ranger Yachts - A Bangor Punta Company

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Bangor Punta Era

The Bangor Punta era, lasted approximately twenty years -- from 1964 to 1984.

History will likely remember the company for its tenacity in pursuing acquisitions; their high-profile corporate executives; and, two United States Supreme Court cases that the company was involved in during its short life span.

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