Boston Whaler Boat Dauntless Series 240 Dauntless Pro 2020
Boston Whaler Boat Dauntless Series 240 Dauntless Pro 2020 Configuration and Pricing Guide
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L.O.A.: 23' 11" (7.29 M) (On Centerline, From Engine To Bow Mounting Location)
L.O.A.: 24' 8" (7.52 M) (With Platforms)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.59 M)
Draft: 14" (0.36 M)
Weight (Dry, No Engine): 3,300 Lbs. (1,497 Kg)
Maximum Weight Capacity: 3,000 Lbs. (1,361 Kg)
Weight (With Engines, Fuel and Water, If Applicable): 4,654 Lbs (2111 Kg)
Swamped Capacity: 6,000 Lbs. (2,722 Kg)
Persons Capacity: 9
Maximum Horsepower: 350 Hp (261 Kw)
Maximum Engine Weight:700 Lbs. (318 Kg)
Transom Height: 25" (0.64 M)
Height (Keel To Highest Point): 9' 7"
Height (Lowest Tip Underwater Gear, In Down Position, To Top Of Tower): 10' 11"
Deadrise At Transom: 16°
Fuel Capacity: 90 Gallons (341 L)
Bridge Clearance: 8' 1" (2.46 M)
Boston Whaler Boat Dauntless Series 240 Dauntless Pro 2020 Info
All hardware 316-L stainless steel
All rails welded 316-L stainless steel
21" interior freeboard
8" cleats - bow (2), stern (2), spring line (2)
Bow rail - welded stainless steel
Casting platform - full-width aft
Drink holders - forward (2)
Drink holders - aft (2)
Garboard drain plug
Heavy-duty rub rail
Lifting eyes - bow and stern
Livewell (38 gallons) - insulated with blue interior and flush mounted lid in stern deck
Rod holders - stern deck-mounted stainless steel (4)
Self-bailing cockpit sole
Side rails - low profile, aft welded stainless steel
Swim platform with telescoping ladder
Trolling motor flat at bow
Acrylic access door with stainless steel latch
Analog instrumentation and electrical switch panel with circuit breaker protection
Console face tan gelcoat
Drink holders (2)
Electronics mounting surface
Fatigue pad (located on console for second station operation)
Fire extinguisher pocket
Grab rail at front of console
Livewell - insulated with blue interior and lid on front of console
Portable head in console
Rod holders - console mounted stainless steel (4)
Stainless steel opening port light with screen
Steering wheel (stainless steel with knob)
PRO ANGLERS TOWER
Bow and stern spreader lights
Cup holders (2)
Dome light (red and white)
Integrated second station access steps (port side of console)
Rod holders (4)
Aft seating with removable backrest (2)
Aluminum frame leaning post with slide-out carry-on cooler (65qt YETI), flip-up bolsters, integrated rod holders (4)
Forward console seat
Bow anchor locker with overboard drain and stainless steel gas shock
Lockable bow storage under forward starboard seat with overboard drain and stainless steel gas shock
Lockable console storage
Lockable rod storage under forward seating with overboard drain and stainless steel gas shock
Storage (port and starboard)(located in stern deck outboard of livewell)
225 XL L6 DTS Black Mercury Verado FourStroke engine with hydraulic power steering
Automatic bilge pump
Dual battery boxes and switch and dual battery wiring
Engine fuel/water separator
Fuel tank (90 gallons)
Propeller - stainless steel
SmartCraft deluxe gauge package
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