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Rinker Boats 276 Captiva Bowrider - Bowrider Boat

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New 2009 Rinker Boats - 276 Captiva Bowrider - Bowrider

2008 Rinker Boats 276 Captiva Bowrider Description

The new 276 Bowrider, effortless performance. As accommodating as she is beautiful, the 276 makes entertaining on the water a breeze. Rejuvenate in style and elegance as you speed past whatever you left behind.
2008 Rinker Boats 276 Captiva Bowrider Specifications
  • Length Over All: 28 Feet and 11 inches.
  • Beam: 9 Feet
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 75
  • Water Tank Capacity: 10
  • Dry Weight: 5500

2008 Rinker Boats 276 Captiva Bowrider Standard Features

Captiva Sportboat Canvas Color Choices: (Aqua, Black, Blue, Red & Yellow)
Acrylic Bimini Top with Boot

Afterplane Hull Design
Anchor Storage Locker w/ Cradle
Bow Ladder - Stainless Steel / Telescopic
Cleats - Stainless Steel and/or Pull-up
Cleats - Stainless Steel Pull-up on Swim Platform
Cockpit Liner - Fiberglass
Gel Coat - 2 Tone
Gel Coat - Engine Vent Covers - Stainless Steel
Gel Coat - Liberty Edition Graphics
Gel Coat - Wide Band
Hull Graphics with Designer Touch and Tape Accents
... more
Rinker 276 Captiva
January 2008

It's Your Party. Nothing but fun.



Bring everything—and more—aboard the Rinker 276 for a day of boating. Short of the kitchen sink and the garage refrigerator, I defy you not to find a place to stow it. In addition to the deep, easy to clean and maintain plastic tubs under the cockpit seats, Rinker put two large tubs on either side of the engine compartment. Then add in the starboard console stowage, transom stowage, under-walkthrough stowage…if you were looking to smuggle something, this boat could swallow quite a haul.

Typical of a Rinker boat, the 276 Captiva comes equipped with an extensive list of standards, so you won’t be nickel-and-dimed for such must-haves as a compass or Bimini top. Yeah, you say, they just add it to the base price. But the $69,050 tag with test power is quite reasonable for a feature-laden bowrider. Yes, there are some options to consider. The Sport Arch gives the boat some flair, plus overhead speakers and a subwoofer for surround sound (there’s also an elevated towing eye), and tacks on an extra $5,127. The windlass, a big-boat feature that’s becoming more of a staple on smaller boats, adds another $2,381. But if you’re going to spring for just one option, get the MerCruiser DTS system for $2,286.

The Digital Throttle and Shift system gave the 276 Captiva silky smooth throttle response and can improve any driver’s confidence at the helm, especially if he or she is using the Docking Mode. Another benefit is revealed when looking behind the helm: no bird’s nest of wiring on one of the cleanest panels you’ll ever see.

The 375-hp stern drive on my test boat provided plenty of juice to handle the real-world passenger load of five adults and full fuel. We were nipping at the 50-mph mark and would have caught it if we’d lost a couple of passengers and a few gallons of fuel. Also, we held plane at 2400 rpm and 16 mph, slow enough to maintain control while providing comfort to the crew in rough seas.



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