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Boston Whaler will debut 330 Outrage at Newport show

Boston Whaler will hold the largest presence of any boat manufacturer at the Newport International Boat Show.

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.

The show, which runs from Sept. 17-20, will mark the premiere of the all-new 330 Outrage.

“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 Outrage features a precision-engineered variable-deadrise V-hull with full-length hard chines and lifting strakes in an effort to create a notably smoother ride and more predictable handling.

“The Northeast region holds an important place at the heart of Boston Whaler’s legacy. We thought it fitting to debut our newest Outrage at the Newport show, where it will also be surrounded by a significant Whaler presence,” Vaughn said. “Boat show season affords customers a perfect opportunity to explore our newest and most popular models, and we’re excited to dial things up with a major showing at Newport.”

Boston Whaler’s award-winning 320 Vantage and flagship 420 Outrage also will make their first Newport show appearances. The 320 Vantage earned an NMMA Innovation Award this year and the 420 Outrage marked the arrival of Whaler’s largest model to date.

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