Recipient of the National Marine Manufacturers Association 2015 Innovation Award, this big dual-console model is at once a capable fishing machine and a fully appointed day-cruiser. Everyone will love the portside seating ensemble, whether configured as an inviting dinette (table is optional), laid flat to become an expansive lounge, or serving as supportive and comfortable seating for six while underway. A galley to starboard includes a sink, 18-gallon cooler and prep surface. You can also order an optional grill and fridge. The hardtop integrates with the windshield to provide shade. If you’d rather soak up the sun, try the twin loungers in the bow with stowage aplenty underneath. The rode locker features an in-stem anchor chute/roller and windlass. Astern is a foldout transom bench seat. A passageway in the starboard quarter leads to the swim platform. A starboard dive door makes embarking easy. Want privacy? Use the interior space within the port console. In the starboard console is a VacuFlush marine toilet, sink and pullout shower nozzle.
Serious about fishing? Go with the Fishing Package, which has five rod holders across the hardtop, three gunwale rod holders, and three rod holders across the transom. An optional deluxe prep center gives you tackle drawers and a 40-gallon livewell, but it sacrifices a portion of the port seating.
When powered by twin Mercury 350 Verado outboards, the 320 Vantage is capable of speeds in the 50 mph range. Available Raymarine touchscreen multifunction displays help guide the way.
- Innovative portside seating proves ideal for entertaining.
- Summer galley lets you prepare meals and drinks.
- Standard hardtop shades the crew.
- Unsinkable construction offers peace of mind and safety.
- 50 mph speeds get you where you’re going quickly.
$276,527 (base with twin Mercury 250 Verado outboards)
Boston Whaler Edgewater, Florida; 386-428-0057; bostonwhaler.com