NEW BOSTON WHALER 190 OUTRAGE  

Price
POA
Length
18' 10" - 5.74m
Usage
Family, In-shore Fishing, Off-shore Fishing
Location
Coomera QLD Need Insurance?
Model Year
2018
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP Unibond Construction

Price
Description: Boston Whaler 190 Outrage
Arriving soon!!! 2018 Boston Whaler 190 Outrage® tackles serious saltwater fishing with the confidence and capability of a much larger boat. It has all the confidence and capability of a much larger boat, perfectly suited for offshore trolling and backwater fishing alike. The 190 was built with comfort in mind, as well, and is equally great for pleasure cruises. Thanks to Whaler's unbeatable ride quality, every passenger stays safe and dry. That's confidence to the core you can't get anywhere else.

L. O. A. : 18' 10" (5.74 M)
BEAM: 8' (2.43 M)
DRAFT: 12" (0.30 M)
WEIGHT (DRY, NO ENGINE): 2,050 LBS. (929.8 KG)
WEIGHT (WITH ENGINES, FUEL AND WATER, IF APPLICABLE): 2,817 LBS. (1,277 KG)
MAXIMUM WEIGHT CAPACITY: 2,200 LBS. (998 KG)
HEIGHT (KEEL TO HIGHEST POINT): 7' 4"
HEIGHT (LOWEST TIP UNDERWATER GEAR, IN DOWN POSITION, TO TOP OF WINDSHIELD/HARDTOP): 8' 2"
SWAMPED CAPACITY: 4,000 LBS. (1,814.3 KG)
PERSONS CAPACITY: 8
FUEL RANGE: 300 Miles +
MAXIMUM HORSEPOWER: 200 HP (149 KW)
MINIMUM HORSEPOWER: 115 HP (85 KW)
DEADRISE AT TRANSOM: 18
FUEL CAPACITY: 58 GALLONS (220 L)
LIVEWELL VOLUME: 15 GALLONS (OPTIONAL) (56.7 L)
MAXIMUM ENGINE WEIGHT: 530 LBS. (240 KG)
TRANSOM HEIGHT: 25" (0.63 M)
BRIDGE CLEARANCE (NO TOP): 6' 5" (1.95 M)
BRIDGE CLEARANCE (WITH SUN-TOP): 7' 6" (2.31 M)

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Region
Queensland
Location
Coomera Qld
Reference
2018BW190OR
Model Year
2018
Length
18' 10" - 5.74m
Beam
m
Draft
m
Displacement
T
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP Unibond Construction

SELLER DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Queensland Marine Centre
Telephone
Fax
(07) 5591 7368
Address
Unit 10 71 Shipper Dr
City
Coomera
State
QLD
Country
Australia
Website


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