Boating

RINKER Q7 OB

High Points

▸ Abundant low-maintenance stowage includes roto-molded compartments under nearly all seating, along with the in-floor skilocker and expansive starboard console.

▸ Extended port and starboard swim platforms flank the engine, as well as feature an integrated walkway to cross in front of the engine.

▸ Optional

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