Boston Whaler Boat Outrage Series 280 Outrage 2021
Boston Whaler Boat Outrage Series 280 Outrage 2021 Configuration and Pricing Guide
The See Dealer Cost Story
L.O.A.: 28' (8.53 M)
Beam: 9' 4" (2.84 M)
Draft: 22" (0.56 M)
Weight (Dry, No Engine): 6,200 Lbs. (2,812 Kg)
Weight (With Engines, Fuel and Water, If Applicable): 8,961 Lbs. (4,065 Kg)
Maximum Weight Capacity: 3,750 Lbs. (1,701 Kg)
Swamped Capacity: 4,450 Lbs. (2,018 Kg)
Persons Capacity: 12
Maximum Horsepower: 700 Hp (522 Kw)
Maximum Engine Weight: 1,400 Lbs. (635 Kg)
Transom Height: 25" (0.64 M)
Deadrise At Transom: 23°
Fuel Capacity: 186 Gallons (704 L)
Water Capacity: 26 Gallons (98.4 L)
Waste Capacity: 6.5 Gallons (24.6 L)
Livewell Volume: 30 Gallons (113.5 L)
Bridge Clearance with Hardtop: 8' 6.5" (2.6 M)
Bridge Clearance with Hardtop and Radar: 9' 11.5" (3.04 M)
Boston Whaler Boat Outrage Series 280 Outrage 2021 Info
All rails welded 316-L stainless steel
All hardware 316-L stainless steel
28" interior freeboard
8" stainless steel cleats; bow (2), spring line (2), stern with hawse pipes (2), anchor locker (1)
Acrylic transom door with stainless steel latch
Aft coaming bolsters
Aft tackle storage center (port side) (2 drawers)
Bow and stern eyes
Cockpit and bow courtesy lights
Drink holders; (2) in bow, (2) in hawse pipes, (2) in leaning post, (2) in console
Heavy-duty rub rail
Low profile grab rails welded stainless steel
Port aft storage (2)
Rod holders - gunnel-mounted stainless steel (6)
Rod holders - transom-mounted stainless steel (3)
Rod racks - under gunnel
Self-bailing cockpit sole
Steel toe rails - stainless steel
Swim platform with covered telescoping swim ladder with stainless steel grab rail
Thru hull anchor roller davit - stainless steel
12 volt receptacle
Access panels to electronics
Acrylic entry door with lock
Bi-level molded console footrests
Drink holders (2)
Easy access storage space for personal items
Electronics surface that accommodates two 12" displays
Enclosed head/storage area in console with easy clean liner
Glove box - lockable dry storage
Fold-down step inside console
Instrumentation and electrical switch panel with circuit breaker protection and illuminated text
Interior courtesy light
Port light with screen stainless steel
Portable head with pump-out
Remote ignition key switches with pushbutton start at helm
Steering wheel with knob - cast stainless steel
Foldaway stern seat
Forward console seat with integrated storage
Bow area floodlight
Cockpit floodlights (3)
Dome light (red and white)
Life jacket storage
Rod holders (5)
Aft tackle storage center (port side)
Bow anchor locker with drain
Dry storage areas in console (3)
Forward deck storage/seats (port and starboard) with drains, gaskets, garage storage, lockable rod storage
Forward in-floor storage and (2) 5-gallon buckets
Leaning post tackle storage
Lockable console storage
Port and starboard aft fishboxes with pump-out and drains
Under-gunnel rod racks (2 per side)
DELUXE LEANING POST with LIVEWELL
Bait prep area
Drink holders (2)
Grab rail - welded stainless steel
Livewell lights - red
Pressurized livewell with clear lid and blue interior (30 gallons)
Rod holders (2)
Sink with freshwater and pullout sprayer
Tackle storage drawers (3) port side (DELETEd with Optional Deluxe Leaning Post with Cooler)
Tip-out trash can (DELETEd with Optional Deluxe Leaning Post with Cooler)
Upholstered leaning post with flip-up bolster and backrest
186-gallon fuel tank
225 CXL L6 DTS dual Mercury Verado Fourstrokes with SmartCraft deluxe gauge package and hydraulic power steering
Automatic bilge pumps (750 GPH fwd and 1100 GPH aft)
Battery trays (3) with switches
Electrical distribution/breaker panel with key switches (inside console)
Engine fuel/water separators
Fishbox pump-out (54 gallons each)
Freshwater system with 26-gallon tank, sink at leaning post, transom shower, and anchor washdown
LED navigation lights
Propellers (stainless steel)
Recessed electric trim tabs with indicators
The See Dealer Cost Story
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