Ronin builds its 50-footer with a unique three-piece construction process. The deck is built out of a single solid mold that includes the cabin sides, gunwales, coaming, cockpit and cockpit floor. Aesthetically, this means no bolts or screws can be found around the cockpit floor nor cutouts and joints under the coaming. The deck is then through-bolted and glassed to the hull and flybridge, forging a solid vessel that can withstand even the toughest pounding. Since the three structural components become a unified piece, boaters should note quality details throughout the boat, such as a seamless flybridge instrument console and cooler, deck fish box and cabinets. Below the waterline, all Ronins are solid fiberglass. Topsides, deck and superstructures feature balsa coring.
Inside, the Ronin 50 features three staterooms and two heads with roomy shower stalls. The boat will sleep six, and luxurious appointments will make the stay comfortable for guests and crew. The builder offers a number of different woods for the salon cabinetry, including teak from Burma, mahogany and cedar from Honduras and maple from New England.