Boston Whaler Introduce New 'Dauntless' Boats

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Sunday, October 06, 2013
Dauntless line: Photo credit Boston Whaler

Across the 'Dauntless' lineup, from the nimble 170 to the flagship 270, say the company, every multicapable Dauntless equips boaters with everything needed to take on serious fishing, action-packed watersports, and comfortable cruising in true Whaler style.

“The new Dauntless family is the embodiment of a clever transformation,” said Jeff Vaughn, Boston Whaler’s vice president of sales, marketing and customer service. “The Dauntless lineup has long been appreciated for its ability to multitask. It’s now better equipped than ever to do it all—to inspire your own family’s next chapter.”

The leader of this new clan, the flagship 270 Dauntless is described as spacious and stylish, and an attention-grabber right from the dock. Every passenger will find a comfortable spot to call their own, starting with the roomy bow, which features innovative flip-up backrests – pioneered by Boston Whaler – this design is already drawing rave reviews. Under the bow seats, convenient storage keeps even bulky items safely stowed.

The manufacturers add that with strong, efficient Mercury Verado power options, performance is never in question. And backed by Boston Whaler’s impressive three-year bow-to-stern warranty, ten-year structural hull warranty and patented UnibondTM construction, the Dauntless family offers unbeatable safety and reliability to bring peace of mind.

“The new Dauntless family was designed with active families in mind,” Vaughn said. “We know that our customers are passionate about a wide range of activities, and they expect a boat to deliver not just functionality, but also enjoyment. The new Dauntless models accomplish that by offering more versatility, more amenities and greater ease of use than ever. We are excited to see what stories these boats inspire.”

www.bostonwhaler.com
 

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