Boston Whaler unveils new 33-footer

Boston Whaler introduced the 330 Outrage at September’s Newport and Norwalk boat shows.
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The 330 Outrage will be at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November.

The 330 Outrage will be at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November.

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.

The 330 Outrage will make its world debut at the Nov. 5-9 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

“Boston Whaler designs every boat to be confident to the core, and the new 330 Outrage exemplifies this focus,” vice president of sales, marketing and customer service Jeff Vaughn said in a statement. “The 330 is impeccably constructed, balancing stability and softness in a way that no other boat manufacturer has achieved.”

It features a precision-engineered variable-deadrise V-hull with full-length hard chines and lifting strakes. In the bow a forward-facing lounge features flip-down armrests, and the seat offers storage below that can accommodate large items such as buckets, fenders and dive tanks.

Bow seating opposite the lounge conceals extra storage space for PFDs, ropes and towels. The boat also features gunnel-mounted rod holders.

“Everything in this boat is intentional. Storage compartments right where you want them, walking space right where you need it, performance that never disappoints,” said Vaughn said. “Our customers are incredibly savvy and have told us what their boating lives demand. Customer feedback has been instrumental in shaping the 330 Outrage.”

An aft-facing couch converts to form a leaning post and it houses an optional 40-gallon live well. The seatback slides up and flips down to reveal a large work surface, with stainless-steel grab rails and drink holders.

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