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Boston Whaler Debuts New 360 Outrage


Boston Whaler just debuted its new 360 Outrage, a high-tech center console that’s designed to chase fish. Now, anglers will benefit from even more technological features when heading offshore.

Power options on the 360 include triple 300-hp and 400-hp Mercury outboards, as well as twin 600-hp Mercury V12 Verados. The helm station will feature Simrad technology and larger electronics, with Mercury Joystick Piloting and DockSense available as options. The boat also utilizes the Fathom e-Power System, which uses lithium-ion batteries, eliminating the need for a generator on board. Additional tech features include digital switching technology and optional gyro-stabilization.

The 360 is 36 feet, 5 inches overall with an 11-foot, 3-inch beam, and it was designed to maximize space on board. A reconfigured bow seating area creates more room to fish, and there is improved storage throughout, including in the bow. An optional upper helm station with joystick piloting will give captains a bird’s eye view when searching for fish, and there is plenty of rod storage on board, as well as three in-floor fishboxes with pumpout. The spacious cockpit features aft-facing seats, a 55-gallon livewell and options for a grill and Corian countertop. In the cabin is a V-berth and a head with shower.

With a proven Whaler hull, a fuel capacity of 415 gallons, and all of the tech and fishing features you could ask for in a center console, the 360 Outrage is sure to feel right at home battling fish offshore. 



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