Brunswick Introduces Largest Justice Model

Friday, March 19, 2010
Photo courtesy Brunswick Commercial and Government Products

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products (BCGP) introduced the 37-ft Justice ─ the largest Boston Whaler model ever built, according to the company. The 370 Justice features a center console design for unobstructed 360 degree access to all areas of the boat. Its deep-V hull is designed to yield a smooth ride, despite rough seas. Reverse chines serve to deflect spray for drier rides while also providing quicker recovery between waves and additional lateral stability. Like all BCGP Boston Whaler models, the 370 Justice features Unibond construction and fortified laminate schedules for commercial and military applications.

The standard integrated windshield and hardtop system is designed to withstand harsh conditions, while affording superior visibility and weather protection for the captain and crew. The face of the console can accommodate dual 14-inch screens and additional electronics necessary for surveillance and other special operations. Standard helm seating features three stand-up bolster seats with flip down seat bases. Multiple leaning post options are available.

The spacious console interior features a head, sleeping berth, sink and microwave. A standard generator and cabin air conditioning ensure those extended overnight assignments don’t feel even longer. A 34-inch dive door is standard to facilitate water rescues, diving operations or boarding access. Lockable, lighted gear storage in the bow can secure multiple dive tanks upright, rescue equipment, and other bulky equipment.

(www.brunswickcgp.com)
 

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