What is the fastest Boston Whaler?

What is the fastest Boston Whaler?

Boston Whaler 350 Outrage/59.8 mph

  • Boat Model: Boston Whaler 350 Outrage.
  • LOA: 35’6″
  • Weight (without power): 11,000 pounds.
  • Top Speed: 59.8 mph.
  • Horsepower: 1,050 (Triple Mercury 350 Verados)
  • Location: At the Boston Whaler plant in Edgewater, Florida.

What is the most popular Boston Whaler?

#1 MONTAUK 17 The Montauk 17 is the most popular Boston Whaler of all time and is, likely, the best boat the company has ever built. Unsinkable like every other Whaler, the Montauk 17 is the complete package, offering simplicity, versatility, and ease of ownership.

Are Boston Whalers unsinkable?

Due to the foam core construction, the Whaler will remain afloat when sawed completely in half. Boston Whaler boats also remain afloat when completely swamped (full of water). Because of these attributes, Boston Whaler’s trademarked sales line is “the unsinkable legend.”

When did Boston Whaler stop using wood?

For the 17′ it was 1975 or 1976 that had the last of the wood consoles and seats.

Which Boston Whalers have a toilet?

All in all the Boston Whaler 240 Outrage is one hell of a centre console. It’s virtually unsinkable, has more than enough cockpit space to allow the owners to tackle sportfishing with ease and she has a toilet, keeping her also firmly in the family day boat market.

What are the dimensions of the Boston Whaler 420 outrage?

The new Boston Whaler 420 Outrage has a LOA of 42’6” (13.0 m), a beam of 13’ (3.96 m) and a draft of 31” (79 cm). The 420 Outrage is described by Boston Whaler as an “open yacht” that can do “almost” anything demanded of any other boat in this size range short of ocean passages.

How fast can a Boston Whaler go?

Boston Whaler’s test captain tells us that he was able to get this same boat over 44 kts (50 mph) during their speed tests, and we have no trouble believing that. We were just 2 knots short of that target.

Why choose Boston Whaler boats?

The folks at Boston Whaler have told us that they have done extensive research and gotten customer feedback on nearly every aspect of a boat’s features. That, coupled with having its own in-house design team means that change comes easily and with full systems coordination.

What makes the 420 so special?

From the expansive bow with innovative seating galore, to the beautifully designed convertible helm and cockpit areas, to the gracious, well-equipped cabin with enclosed head, the 420 is a champion at onboard entertaining and pleasure cruising, whether close to home or way offshore.