Low Hours, Generator, Garmin Electronics, Vacuflush Head, Set up for serious fishing, Air Conditioning, Spot lights, Transferable slip and the list goes on and on… Contact Ian Van Tuyl the listing agent while its still available
Whaler Quality – Fish/Cruise in Safety and Comfort!
“Boston Whaler builds boats with positive buoyancy that stay upright and afloat even when flooded. The peace of mind this gives should not be underestimated. The quality of build is also exceptionally good, and as these craft are sought after, prices should remain high for a well-kept example”.
The Conquest’s twin Mercury Verado 250’s will take you to 40+ knots in a hurry, or cruise easily and efficiently at 18-20 knots.
The transom houses a deep bait well on the port side and a deck shower on the starboard side. There are three more deck hatches in the cockpit sole. The first and largest of these is accessed by folding up the aft bench seat and houses the boat’s batteries, a life raft and a bait sentry pump which provides waterflow to the vessel’s two live wells (floodable lockers for keeping fish alive) located beneath the other two hatches.
Down below awaits another collection of well-planned spaces. Descending the two steps from the deck brings you first to the galley, an attractive cherry wood and Corian assembly of cupboards, lockers, storage space and worktop. Equipped with a microwave, single burner electric hot plate, fridge and sink, the galley may be small but has everything required for a day or two at sea. The remainder of the cabin is taken up by a horseshoe seating arrangement boasting a plush settee which wraps around the variable-height center table and can be converted into a decent-sized double berth.
There’s a reason Whaler fans are proud of their vessels. They’re built strong, have stylish lines that stand the test of time, and perform exceedingly well on the water. Call today to make an appointment to see this highly desirable boat.