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Largest Boston Whaler model unveiled

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, a leading manufacturer of commercial and government watercraft, introduced the 37-foot Justice, which is the largest Boston Whaler model ever built.

"In a triple-outboard configuration, the 370 Justice has the horsepower for border and coastline patrol, drug interdiction, and offshore homeland security activities," sales manager Jeremy Davis said in a statement. "With the amenities on board and a 450-gallon fuel capacity, teams can stay on the water longer and more comfortably."

The 370 Justice will be available for in-water demonstrations May 11-13 at the Multi-Agency Craft Conference, in Norfolk, Va.

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products has been building boats for commercial and government applications for more than 60 years.

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