Boston Whaler recently raised nearly $2,000 to benefit The Atlantic Center for the Arts’ community programs.
Boston Whaler builds center consoles, cuddy cabins and dual consoles between 11 and 37 feet that are primarily used for sportfishing and pleasure boating and as yacht tenders. The Edgewater, Fla., company was founded in 1958 and was bought by Brunswick Corp. in 1996.
The Boston Whaler Outrage series has a new member in the 230 Outrage center console.
Brunswick Corp. named Nick Stickler president of Boston Whaler.
Bob Dougherty, the chief designer and senior vice president of engineering at Boston Whaler in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s and the founder of two other powerboat manufacturing companies, died with his family by his side at his New Smyrna Beach, Fla., home on March 23. He was 85.
Seakeeper was named the stabilization partner of Boston Whaler.
Industry pioneer Bob Dougherty died peacefully on Wednesday with his family at his side. He was 85.
On Veterans Day, Boston Whaler honored military veteran and reservist employees with a special gathering to celebrate their service.
Boston Whaler recently received the Volusia Manufacturer’s Association 2015 Lou Fifer Manufacturer of the Year Award, an honor given annually to the Edgewater, Fla., area’s top manufacturing company.
Boston Whaler introduced the 330 Outrage at September’s Newport and Norwalk boat shows and was slated to bring it to the Atlantic City Boat Show, which began Thursday and continues through Sunday, and the U.S. Powerboat Show in Annapolis, Md., Oct. 15-18.
With nine models on display, including debut appearances by three new ones, Boston Whaler will hold the largest presence of any boat manufacturer at the Newport International Boat Show.