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New Boats: Boston Whaler 110 Tender

September 21, 2007
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The 110 Tender from Boston Whaler is a versatile little rig available in several configurations: tiller-steered with standard 15-hp two-stroke outboard; tiller-steered with optional 15-hp four-stroke or 9.9-hp four-stroke; or unpowered with oarlocks. Yacht-tender capabilities abound for boats 35 feet and up, but the 110 is also a great first boat for young boaters and fishermen to learn seamanship skills and enjoy the outdoors. Standard features include a bow locker with fiberglass cover and overboard drain, bow lifting eye, bow cleat, stern lifting eyes with cleats, heavy-duty rubrail, drain plug, oarlock sockets, navigation lights, battery box, 6.6-gallon fuel tank, aluminum propeller and two fiberglass bench seats. Optional accessories include a lifting harness, side rails with oarlock sockets, trailer, mooring cover, fore and aft bench-seat cushions, and tender rub-rail system. And naturally, being a Boston Whaler the 110 is unsinkable, requires little maintenance and has a transferable ten-year warranty.

Boston Whaler, Edgewater, FL; (800) 942-5379; www.bostonwhaler.com.

¿ SPECIFICATIONS Length: 11′ 4″ Beam: 5′ 6″ Draft: 7″ Max weight capacity: 845 lbs. Dry weight (no engine): 424 lbs. Person capacity: 4 Price w/ 15-hp ML Mercury outboard: $6,021
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