|Bottom:||72" x .160" w/Reverse Chine|
|Sides:||34" x .100"|
|Dry Weight:||1360# (approx)
|Fuel:||18' 8" - 42 Gal|
|Transom:||92" x .190"|
|Max HP Rating:||150 Max HP|
|Maximum Capacities:||6 persons or 960 lbs. - 1550 lbs. total, motor, persons, gear.|
View Larger Image Those Who Came To Fish Come To Weldcraft.
Once again, the 188 Weldcraft Rebel has raised the sandbar. There's good reason for fish to fear the Rebel's improved features. Namely, the 72" bottom, reverse chines, direct transom engine mount, and 24° bow entry vee tapering to 14° deadrise at the transom. All the necessities are there, too: deluxe console, pedestal seating, walk-through windshield, and wide-open deck. The Rebel now feature a full 34" side height and wider 92" beam for increased freeboard and greater stability on the water - which amounts to approximately one foot of additional space on the interior. Stand inside and you'll instantly experience how comfortable and safe this redesign feels, particularly when you lean far over to land a fish or lend a hand. Simple and roomy, the Rebel offers a level of quality and value that will surprise you. It's priced lower than many other boats in its class, but measures up extremely well against them - especially where on-the-water performance is concerned. Jump in and hang on. The Rebel is always ready to go up to the mountain lakes for trout, the ocean bays for crabbing, or the big rivers for salmon.
Expanded Interior Adds Spaciousness
Smaller boats can have a big problem if they're not built like the Rebel. Notice how the Weldcraft's design provides an exceptionally high 34" side height and wide 92" beam for maximum on-thewater safety. With about another foot of interior space thanks to forward movement of the windshield and bulkhead, this is exactly the kind of splash we're proud to make time and again.