Boston Whaler launches new magazine, boat

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Boston Whaler, based in Edgewater, Fla., announced the premiere issue of Whaler, its new lifestyle magazine.

Set to be published twice a year, Whaler is a resource for owners and prospective customers to learn about the company's boat line and boating heritage, while promoting the "Whaler" lifestyle with editorial content and high-quality photography.

"Our history, our employees - and most of all, our customers - demonstrate that Boston Whaler is more than just a boat," said Ben Cast, vice president of sales, marketing and customer service, in a statement. "It's truly a lifestyle. Whaler carries an amazingly rich legacy and some incredible stories - things that you can't properly share in a promotional piece or a catalog. A magazine platform allows us to tell the brand story to anybody, anywhere."

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Boston Whaler is also launching the new 170 Super Sport model, the largest of its line of three (130 and 150) simple, open boats designed for use as a tender, runabout or as a fishing platform.

The new model - also engineered with the company's patented Unibond system, known for its unsinkability - features a standard dash glove compartment and watertight Pelican case, a forward anchor locker, a custom-molded fiberglass side console with storage and a portside storage shelf with storage net below. The model comes standard with a 60-hp FourStroke Mercury outboard.

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