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  4. Boston Whaler 270 Dauntless

    Miami, Florida, United States
    2019
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    2019 Boston Whaler 270 Dauntless THE UNSINKABLE LEGEND !!BEST BAY BOAT WILL NOT SINK!!! FOAM FLOATATION A vessel can be kept afloat using solid installed foam. Recall the Boston Whaler commercials where a tender is cut into thirds and remains afloat with a person in each section? However, the drawback to using installed foam in a cruising boat is quantity or volume of foam needed to keep a flooded displacement hull afloat. SO IMAGINE THE FOAM BOSTON WHALER ADDS TO MAKE THIS CLAIM!! A 30,000-pound boat, (a common displacement for a 45-foot to 50- foot passagemaker) would need nearly 500 cubic feet of solid foam within the hull to keep it from foundering when flooded. Fitting 500 cubic feet of foam into a yacht's hull would be a feat, requiring every nook and cranny to be filled since 500 cubic feet equals a space nearly 20' long, eight feet wide and three feet high. To keep such a boat afloat, foam three inches thick inside the entire hull would be needed, and that would only support the boat to its gunwales. For versatility and effortless enjoyment, the 270 Dauntless® is unrivaled. Comfort and ease start in the bow, and continue throughout with stylish finishes, accessories and options to ensure you are prepared for any adventure. At every turn, the 270 Dauntless is the epitome of capability and comfort. Huge, lockable storage beneath the forward lounge seat holds rods, buckets and much more. Features may include: All hardware 316-L stainless steel All rails welded 316-L stainless steel Deck / Cockpit 24" aft interior freeboard 8" cleats – bow (2), stern (2), spring line (2) Aft welded stainless steel side rails Bow and stern lifting eyes Drink holders – forward (4), lounge (2), console (2), leaning post (2), aft seat (2) Forward grab rails with drink holders Full-width aft casting platform Garboard drain plug Heavy-duty rub rail Self-bailing cockpit sole Stern deck-mounted stainless steel rod holders (5) Swim platform with telescoping ladder and grab handle Console Acrylic console access door with stainless steel latch Acrylic windshield Electrical switch panel with circuit breaker protection Cast stainless steel steering wheel with urethane grip Compass Courtesy light Drink holders (2) Electronics mounting surface Fire extinguisher pocket Interior light Molded fiberglass console liner Portable head in console (with pump-out) Seat cushion with backrest Stainless steel hooks (2) Stainless steel opening port light with screen Welded stainless steel grab rail Seating Bow cushion Forward console seat Forward port and starboard seats with folding backrests Leaning post – includes: aluminum frame, cup holders (2), dual seats, fiberglass storage compartment, grab rail, removable backrest, rod holders (4), YETI cooler (94 qt), stern seat with folding backrest Storage Bow anchor locker with overboard drain Insulated bow storage lockers/fishboxes (3) with overboard drains and stainless steel gas shocks Lockable console front storage – holds 5 rods, 2 5-gallon buckets (included), miscellaneous gear, and optional dive tank racks Lockable console storage Storage in leaning post Storage under aft seat Mechanical 350 L6 AMS DTS Black Mercury® Verado FourStroke engine with hydraulic power steering (91 octane fuel recommended) Automatic bilge pump Battery trays (3) with switch and wiring Electric horn Electric trim tabs with indicators Engine fuel/water separator Freshwater shower (18 gallons) with stern sprayer Fuel tank (150 gallons) Navigation lights SmartCraft deluxe gauge package Stainless steel propeller Tilt steering FOAM FLOATATION A vessel can be kept afloat using solid installed foam. Recall the Boston Whaler commercials where a tender is cut into thirds and remains afloat with a person in each section? However, the drawback to using installed foam in a cruising boat is quantity or volume of foam needed to keep a flooded displacement hull afloat. A 30,000-pound boat, (a common displacement for a 45-foot to 50- foot passagemaker) would need nearly 500 cubic feet of solid foam wit

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