Please call owner Brian at 503-369-0477. Boat Location: Lake Oswego, Oregon. 2006 Rinker Captiva 192 Bow Rider open bow ski boat, with TANDEM (DUAL) axle trailer. Gorgeous! Meticulously maintained. Quality construction and components, not a mass-produced boat. Fun to drive, steers and corners well, lots of power and quick pull out. Only 196 total engine hours. Includes multiple boat covers, river anchor, new bumpers, ice chest, wake board. BOAT: Volvo-Penta 4.3L Vortec V6, GL-E, 190HP, I/O, stainless steel 4-blade prop, power trim, depth meter, tilt steering wheel, SX-M transom assembly, snap-in carpeting, cabin & engine compartment LED lighting, 8-passenger seating, huge padded sun deck (40"x60"), huge fiberglass swim deck (extends back almost 3-ft) with long-length retracting extension ladder, upholstery and carpeting like new. Easy walk-through transom entry/exit. Bimini snap-on custom boat cover, passenger overhead sun cover. HUGE SWIM DECK makes boat look and feel more like 22-ft length. 96" (8-ft) beam (width). Clarion Marine M455 radio and Clarion marine speakers, AM/FM/CD, great sound; SiriusXM satellite radio ready (as an optional add-on). TRAILER: 23-ft TANDEM (DUAL) axle trailer with surge disc brakes, removable tongue. Made by DHM Enterprises/California Trailer Works - ("Spectacularly Engineered" trademark). 23-ft with tongue attached, 21-ft removed. Disc brakes and Trailer Buddy axles made by UFP (Unique Functional Products). Rare to find this size boat with a tandem axle trailer - makes trailering it very nice and easy! GVWR (Boat & Trailer): 3,850 LBS. All service records, receipts, and owners manuals. I have owned this boat since 2009 and have meticulously maintained it. It's a gorgeous-looking and stylishly-designed boat that makes it stand out from most other boat manufacturers. NOT a mass-produced boat. Rinker has a long reputation of quality construction and beautiful design. Rinker is typically considered as one of the top 5 or 10 boat manufacturers in the world. I usually have people tell me at the boat launch what a gorgeous boat it is and then ask who the manufacturer is!
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Lake Oswego, Oregon