New Boston Whaler Offshore Power Boat
Boston Whaler introduces the 350 Outrage, an offshore fishing and cruising vessel for serious anglers and pleasure boaters alike.
This large, fully equipped offshore fishing vessel is purposefully engineered to deliver remarkable capability and a host of thoughtful amenities, providing a truly world-class experience for serious anglers and pleasure boaters alike, claims Boston Whaler.
“The 350 Outrage gracefully balances capability and comfort,” said Jeff Vaughn, Boston Whaler’s vice president of marketing, sales and customer service. “For customers seeking a well-appointed fishing or cruising vessel, or a spacious and versatile yacht tender, the new Outrage does it all.”
Mid-boat, Boston Whaler has added a portside dive/boarding door with removable stainless steel dive ladder to make entry and exit easier than ever. “This feature nicely demonstrates Whaler’s attention to detail,” said Vaughn. “In the design process, we explored every avenue for increasing accessibility and ease of use.”
The 350 Outrage also features an integrated hardtop with full glass and open glass windshield options, interior lighting, storage and rod holders, and a sophisticated, ergonomic helm console. Full-width sunshades that extend forward and aft from the hardtop are another clever option that provides total protection from the elements.
For anglers, the deluxe leaning post/bait prep center is fully equipped to deal with every big catch. A 40-gallon aerated livewell, ample tackle and tool storage, a freshwater sink with sprayer and a large bait prep area with cutting board are just some of the amenities that make the 350 Outrage ideal for fishing.
Performance comes from triple Mercury Verado® FourStroke outboards. Verado delivers remarkable fuel efficiency, incredible acceleration and a smooth, quiet ride. Further, the hull is designed to balance speed and ride quality. “The combination of cutting-edge propulsion and forward-thinking design on the 350 Outrage make it an exciting performance boat,” said Vaughn.