Boston Whaler Boat Conquest Series 285 Conquest 2020 Info
All hardware 316-L stainless steel
All rails welded 316-L stainless steel
28” interior freeboard
8” stainless steel cleats - bow (2), spring line (2), stern with hawse pipes (2), anchor (1)
Acrylic transom door
Bow and stern lifting eyes
Cockpit coaming bolsters
Cockpit prep center with sink and storage
Covered telescoping stainless steel swim ladder with stainless steel grab rail
Drink holders (8)
Gunnel mounted stainless steel rod holders (4)
Heavy-duty rub rail
Raw water washdown with coil hose storage
Stainless steel anchor roller assembly with safety lanyard
Stainless steel cockpit toe rails
Stainless steel grab rails
Stern stainless steel hawse pipes with drink holders
Transom mounted stainless steel rod holders (3)
Welded stainless steel bow rail
WINDSHIELD and HARDTOP SYSTEM
Cockpit floodlight, dome light and rod holders (4)
Integrated windshield and hard-top
Stainless steel grab rails along sides
Tempered glass full front windshield with electric vent
Windshield wash system
Windshield wipers (port and starboard)
Captain’s storage compartment
Dual level molded-in footrests
Instrumentation and electrical switch panels with circuit breaker protection
Stainless steel steering wheel with knob
Corian solid surface countertop
Galley sink with faucet and cutting board
Skylight over galley
Trash receptacle (under c-way step)
Wood grain galley cabinetry
Convertible port seat/lounge
Aft facing seat
Aft seating with reversible backrest
Foldaway stern bench seat
Helm seat with cushions and adjustable slider
Bow anchor locker with drain
Bow storage lockers under V-berth
Cabin interior rod racks (4)
In-deck fishboxes with drain and pump-out (2)
Port tackle/storage at port lounge seat (3 drawers with pullout footrest)
Starboard storage at bait prep station (open storage - filler cushion storage and 5-gallon bucket)
Under gunnel rod racks (4)
500 GPH shower sump-pump
Opening porthole with screen
Shelf with stainless steel retainer rail
Stainless steel sink with pressurized water system and pullout shower
Storage area (aft bulkhead and under countertop)
VacuFlush head with holding tank (6.5 gallons), dockside pump-out and overboard discharge
12-V receptacles (cabin and mid berth)
Cabin lights (5)
Carbon monoxide detector
Dinette table with gas-assist base
Drink holders (3) (forward berth)
Easy clean interior materials
Forward berth cushions with backrest
Lockable sliding acrylic cabin door
Mid double berth
Opening hatch with screen
Opening portholes with screens - galley (1), midberth (1)
Stereo - Fusion AM/FM, iPod controls, waterproof speakers (2 in cabin, 2 in cockpit), remote control, and MP3 input (Fusion Bluetooth enabled)(Fusion integration into Raymarine with navigation package)
V-berth filler cushions
225 CXL L6 DTS Dual Mercury Verado FourStroke engines with SmartCraft Deluxe Gauge Package and power steering
Anchor windlass (low profile with rode and anchor) (FR 1,000 W)
Automatic bilge pumps (1,100 GPH forward, 2,000 GPH aft)
Battery trays with switches (3)
Cockpit lighting (blue/white LED)
Electric trim tabs with indicator
Engine fuel/water separators
Fuel tank (200 gallons)
High water bilge pump with alarm
Insulated livewell with light, raw water fill, blue interior and flow control
Pressurized freshwater system
Raw water washdown with coil hose storage
Shore power with battery charger and galvanic isolator (ELCI system)
Stainless steel propellers
Stainless steel thru hulls
Transducer mount area
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