Rodman is a Spanish company that makes its 1250 model in two versions. Well, actually, it’s four. One option equips the boat for cruising, and another rigs her for fishing. And both versions are available in either “regular”, with basic furnishings and trim, or “advanced”, with upgraded fit and finish. All versions are built around a dual stateroom, single-head floor plan. There are dual helms, a center console in the flying bridge, and a second helm in the port side of the salon. Even with side decks, the salon is roomy thanks to her 13’10'’ (4.21 m) beam. There are a lot of things on this boat that we like and we hope American builders take note.
Rodman 1250 ADV (2010-) Captain's Report is archived.