Boston Whaler Unveil New 345 Conquest
Sunday, November 03, 2013
New 345 Conquest: Photo credit Boston Whaler

“In the new 345 Conquest, we’ve taken that foundation and expanded the possibilities for onboard functionality, creating spaces that are even more inviting, even more useful, while retaining the timeless no-frills aesthetic that contributes to Conquest’s appeal,” says Jeff Vaughn, Boston Whaler’s vice president of sales.

The layout of the new 345 Conquest includes a redesigned helm companion area, where family members and friends can join the captain in climate-controlled comfort inside the integrated open windshield/hard-top enclosure. Designed to foster better conversations with a clear view of the horizon, the zone features a portside seat that converts via an optional filler cushion into a full lounge.

The boatbuilders consider the cabin of the 345 Conquest offers a perfect place to gather, with a large dining table that seats six adults comfortably and a full galley. When night falls, the table converts electronically into a plush queen-sized berth. A large settee starboard sleeps one adult or two children comfortably, and during the day provides a great place to spread out with a book or a snack. Amenities including a graceful head, ample storage and an entertainment center complete the picture. Because rugged capability doesn’t mean comfort has to fall by the wayside.

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