Every boat is a compromise, as we who buy and own boats know. Nonetheless, Boston Whaler hit all the right buttons for a multipurpose boat when designing the Realm series of dayboats.
The dayboat moniker is apt, since these vessels can certainly handle a crowd , providing fun and comfort, for an entire day out on the water. Of course, the boat can also weekend a couple in fine style, with its cabin amenities. Want to fish, dive or haul the kayaks? A Boston Whaler Realm is absolutely a great ticket to ride.
Read our test of a Boston Whaler 380 Realm from a few years back.
All of this has piqued our curiosity. Just what could Whaler have done to these boats? Read more about it below. In fact, you can if you head to the 2023 Discover Boating Miami Boat Show and see these “reimagined “ Realm models for yourself. They are at exhibit #MB2254 at the Miami Convention Center.
Building on Boston Whaler’s continued product and technology innovation, the Company will headline its 2023 Miami International Boat Show exhibit with a special release of the Reimagined 350 and 380 Realm, with new styling and performance that will confidently adventure beyond the horizon and back. Additionally, Boston Whaler will showcase the future of boating and how Brunswick’s overall ACES (Autonomy, Connectivity, Electrification, Shared Access) strategy is coming to life through the Boston Whaler brand.
“It’s been an extraordinary year for Boston Whaler, and we are thrilled to kick-off the 2023 season at one of the industry’s most iconic events showcasing some of the latest advancements across our model lineup,” said Kris Neff, President, Boston Whaler. “The Realm family highlights our expertise in design, manufacturing and technology innovation to deliver incredible capability and performance with outstanding comfort. The reimagined series sets the standard in its category of express cruisers, and we look forward to officially unveiling the line here in Miami amongst our dedicated and loyal global consumer base.”
The Boston Whaler display will highlight 15 models ranging from 13 to 42 feet, including the Reimagined 350 and 380 Realm, which will be making their global debut. Initially launched in 2017, the Boston Whaler Realm series created an industry defining blend of center console performance and capability with the comforts of an express cruiser and functionality of a dual console. The new modernized design perfectly balances luxury amenities and rugged capabilities to withstand any weather elements for a unlimited adventure on the water. The Realm series has been reimagined for 2023 with the following new enhancements:
- Modernized interior furnishings providing quality craftsmanship and functional designs to promote comfort and on-water adventure
- Stylish sculpted exterior upholstery built to withstand all weather conditions pairs
- tastefully with an all-new teak trim package
- Fully integrated Simrad® systems providing captains with complete control, navigation and confidence at the helm
- Enhanced helm switches and cockpit lighting for a more refined experience
- Powered by the latest Mercury Outboard technology with 400HP V10 Verado and
- 600HP V12 Verado
Among Boston Whaler’s exhibit highlights will also be an introduction of the Fathom e-power system on the Boston Whaler 405 Conquest. This integration is a nod to the synergies across Brunswick and sets the stage for future of electrification within the Boston Whaler lineup.
“Our teams are the best in the industry, and the collaboration across our organization harnesses the opportunity to lead the future of recreational boating,” continued Neff. “We look forward to previewing what we have in store at MIBS 2023.”
Boston Whaler will have a presence at the Miami Convention Center, providing the opportunity to explore 15 models across its diverse lineup of Center Consoles, Dual Consoles, Express Cruisers, and Pilot Houses and participate in detailed product walk-throughs and engage with product experts. The following boats from each of Boston Whaler’s model series will be on display:
- 130 Super Sport
- 170 Montauk
- 240, 280, 320 Vantage
- 250 & 280 Dauntless
- 280, 330, 360, 420 Outrage
- 325 & 405 Conquest
- 350 & 380 Realm
Boston Whaler’s exhibit is located at exhibit #MB2254 at the Miami Convention Center. For more information on the Boston Whaler 350 and 380 Realm, or to learn more about the entire range of Boston Whaler’s line of performance boats, visit Boston Whaler.
About Boston Whaler: For more than 60 years, Boston Whaler has been building superior quality unsinkable runabouts, cruisers and center console boats. Founded in 1958 and currently headquartered in Edgewater, Fla., the company’s unique foam-cored construction process contributes not only unsurpassed flotation, but also superior ride characteristics and durability. The current product line ranges from 13 to 42 feet and is distributed around the world by a network of exceptional dealers. For more information about The Unsinkable LegendTM, please visit Boston Whaler. Boston Whaler is owned by Brunswick Corporation, the leading marine manufacturer in the world.
About Brunswick: Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC) is the global leader in marine recreation, delivering innovation that transforms experiences on the water and beyond. Our unique, technology-driven solutions are informed and inspired by deep consumer insights and powered by our belief that “Next Never RestsTM”. Brunswick is dedicated to industry leadership, to being the best and most trusted partner to our many customers, and to building synergies and ecosystems that enable us to challenge convention and define the future. Brunswick is home to more than 60 industry-leading brands. In the category of Marine Propulsion, these brands include, Mercury Marine, Mercury Racing and MerCruiser. Brunswick’s comprehensive collection of parts, accessories, distribution, and technology brands includes Mercury Parts & Accessories, Land ‘N’ Sea, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, Mastervolt, RELiON, Attwood and Whale. Our boat brands are some of the best known in the world, including Boston Whaler, Lund, Sea Ray, Bayliner, Harris.
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