The American brand Boston Whaler began with the idea of its founder Richard Fischer to use polyurethane foam in shipbuilding. In 1956, the first Boston Whaler 13 model was produced, and two years later, mass production of light boats with low power engines began. Fischer proves that the boat is unsinkable by publicly sawing it in half, both halves stay afloat. Ownership change and financial setbacks could not ruin the company, in 1996 the Brunswick Boat Group buys Boston Whaler and boat construction continues, with Nick Stickler as president of the company.
First located in Massachusetts, now in Edgewater, Florida, Unibond technology is used for the manufacture of enclosures - injection of polyurethane foam. Installed Mercury outboard motors provide reliability and fuel efficiency, joystick control technology and Shadow Mode make it easy to maneuver. Raymarine displays simplify boat management, and the NAUTIC-ON app delivers position information and critical systems data. The Seakeeper gyro stabilizer virtually eliminates boat roll, while JL Audio amplifiers let you enjoy sound quality and volume.
The lineup is represented by 7 lines and 40 models. Shallow draft boats Super Sport and Montauk are suitable for shallow water and fishing, Vantage bowriders are suitable for sea cruises, Dauntless and Outrage for recreational fishing and water activities. Series Realm - cabin cruise boats, Conquest - cabinets with hardtop and closed saloon. In 2019, 325 and 405 models of the Conquest series are presented, in 2020 at the boat show in New York - the new 280 Vantage. At the Miami show, the company was honored with the 2019 Neptune Award for Excellence in Marine Marketing and the Best Online Advertising category.
The boats are backed by a 10-year limited warranty and a 3-year parts warranty. The widespread Boston Whaler dealer network serves owners throughout the sale and after purchase. Every new boat comes with a free 3-month Sea Tow membership. This application allows you to call the 24/7 dispatch center and get help while boating - towing, fuel delivery and much more.
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