Go to Rinker Boats’ Build-A-Boat page to design your boat and see MSRP pricing online. You can also contact your local authorized Rinker dealer to discuss pricing options.
No, Rinker boats are sold directly to our dealer network, who is, in turn, able to sell you a Rinker Boat. We recommend working with the dealer that is nearest to where you do your boating, as they will be the dealer to provide any service needs that you may have. Visit Find A Dealer to find your local dealer.
Go to our Owner Resources page to download an owner’s manual. Rinker Boats does not have model-specific owner’s manuals, but model-specific brochures are available upon request.
Visit our Contact page and fill out the Parts Form. Our Parts Department will then reach out to you once your ticket is submitted.
Rinker Boats does not offer a parts manual. Contact your local authorized Rinker dealer or the Parts Department with your request. Please be sure to have the boat model, serial number, and a thorough description of what you are needing. Pictures are also very helpful if you have them available.
The serial number is located on the Starboard stern side of your boat. It will either be imprinted in the fiberglass or on metal tags.
It is recommended you contact your engine manufacturer directly. They should be able to guide you.
Rinker Boats can make carpeting out of our current colors back to the early 2000’s, depending on the model. Contact your local authorized Rinker dealer or the Rinker Boats Parts Department.
Rinker Boats does not manufacture boat trailers; but merely sells trailers with a new Rinker boat. Rinker Boats does not carry spare trailer parts. It would be best to contact your trailer manufacturer. If you are unsure of who you trailer is manufactured by, Rinker Boats has used Trail Master Trailers for quite a few years. You may reach out to them to see if they can help.
Rinker Boats does not carry engine parts or model-specific owner’s manuals. It is recommended to contact your engine manufacturer directly.
Rinker Boats can go back five model years on our upholstery items. If your boat is older than five years, we suggest visiting a local upholstery shop to see about having the piece custom made.
Rinker Boats sells many of the obsolete parts to Great Lakes Skipper. Check on their website to see if you can find what you are looking for.
Maguires, or 3-M, has a good line of products that you can use on your boat. Maguires products can be purchased at your local West Marine store. We suggest #4 premium marine polish, but they also have a complete system you can add to your boat that has several steps. If your boat has been sitting for an excessive amount of time and you can see a lot of chalkiness, you will most likely need to contact a fiberglass shop and have the boat wet sanded to bring life back to the color.
Star Brite has a good line up of products to use. They have several products that could be used on the different areas on your boat. Also, West Marine carries Roll-Off which is a good general cleaner that works well. Please keep in mind if you are using other products to clean your boat do not use harsh chemicals or bleach.
It’s best to visit your local marina for winterization. There are multiple ways to winterize the boats. Different engines and models have different drain plugs, some will have water heaters, etc. We feel it is best to leave this to the professionals.
Rinker boats purchased after January 1, 2019 have the 5 Year Bow to Stern Limited Warranty.
Warranty claims are filed through authorized Rinker dealers.
If the boat’s original owner purchased it on or after January 1, 2019, we offer a 5 Year Bow to Stern Limited Warranty. This Limited Warranty is transferable to the second owner if the boat is sold within five years of the date of the original purchase. This will not exceed the five years starting when the first owner purchased the boat. Completion of a warranty transfer is required through an authorized Rinker dealer.