Boston Whaler Wins 2010 Miami Boat Show Award

Providing boaters comfort along with the best in fishing features, the Boston Whaler 370 Outrage stands out among other boats in its class, earning a National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) Innovation Award at the 2010 Miami International Boat Show.

The 370 Outrage sets a new standard for the marine industry with its array of features and ample space. As Boston Whaler’s largest boat, the 370 Outrage is ideal for both entertaining guests and fishing offshore. The ergonomically correct center helm layout provides easy access to controls and includes a fold down helm standing platform and electrically adjustable captain’s seat for maximum comfort and the new integrated hardtop/windshield system that provides improved visibility and weather protection. The forward console lounge provides storage for rods, tackle, dive gear and other items.

In addition to its spacious layout, the 370 Outrage offers a long list of standard amenities, including a large livewell, marine stereo, refrigerator/freezer and a grill. An optional Summer Kitchen replaces the livewell with an electric stove and additional refrigerator. The cabin includes a two-person berth/settee, an innovative feature for this class of boats.

The Miami International Boat Show took place February 11 to 15, and the NMMA Innovation Awards were presented in several categories of marine products. The 370 Outrage won in the Cruisers category which is made up of boats 25’ to 140’ in length.

About Boston Whaler
Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Edgewater, Fla., Boston Whaler is a business unit of Brunswick’s Outboard Boat Group. Whaler is the leading manufacturer of unsinkable family fishing boats 11 to 37 feet. For more information on The Unsinkable Legend, please visit the whaler website.

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One response to “Boston Whaler Wins 2010 Miami Boat Show Award

  1. JJMoss11

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