VERY CLEAN 2012 Boston Whale 220 Outrage with Twin-150 Mercury CXL EFI FourStroke outboards w/hydraulic steering. With her twin-150 hp four strokes our 2012 Boston Whaler 220 Outrage tops out at over 52 MPH. Extremely clean center console boat, always dry-stored, no bottom paint, 329 total hours. NO TRAILER INCLUDED (although we do have new ones for sale)
She’s loaded with options and extras such as T-top, Fishing Package (coaming bolsters, fishbox pump-out, fishing station, raw water wash down, transom mounted rod holder), Comfort Package (bow cushions cockpit and forward coaming bolsters), Dual pedestal seats, Raymarine GPS C90W fishing package with Navionics charts and a 600 transducer, Raymarine VHF, Clarion Stereo, Bow Rail, 3x Batteries, Enclosed Head, Electric Windlass and more.
- Raymarine GPS C90W w/600 Transducer
- Stereo – Clarion® AM/FM digital with waterproof speakers (4) and MP3/USB input
- Fishing Package
- Cockpit coaming bolsters
- Fishbox pump-out
- Fishing station
- Raw water washdown
- Transom mounted rod holder (1)
- Comfort Package
- Forward coaming bolsters
- Anchor windlass electric
- Bow rail (replaces forward side rails)
- Freshwater shower (20 gal tank)
- Portable head
- Graphics, striping and logos
Design and Construction
Our 220 Outrage has narrowed chines and a deeper deadrise for a softer ride in a head sea compared to her predecessors. The folks at Boston Whaler have added considerably more flare to the bow to make the ride drier too. Another truly unique feature are the molded-in notches in the console corners that allow the T-top legs to be virtually flush with the console sides. This couldn’t have been an easy feat, considering that the console also had to look equally good to those who don’t want a hardtop! Side benefits of this new design include much-improved aesthetics on the support piping, which also improved aerodynamics. Additionally, because the design has greater inherent strength, the support structure needn’t be as beefy as in previous models, meaning the boat lost some weight.
Another new feature is the updated stern seat design which the engineers at Whaler created in a way that it eliminates support legs and uses polished stainless-steel hardware for an exceptionally handsome installation. Whaler understands the importance of offshore safety, so you’ll find a telescoping swim ladder integrated into the swim platform too.
The helm console can fit two 8-inch electronics displays on either side of the engine gauges. An MP3-player input hides inside the catchall tray at knee level, complete with a handy 12-volt DC outlet. Toe space beneath the helm footrest represents a greatly appreciated addition on a boat this size. And, of course, like all Boston Whalers, the 220 is unsinkable. The deck and hull molds lock together; then, in a process Whaler calls UniBond construction, the spaces all get injected with foam under pressure, making every Whaler a one-piece boat for all intents and purposes. It’s heartening to see an icon so willing to embrace change! Good job, Whaler.