You can obtain the answer to your question yourself by taking advantage of the wonderful access to information provided by Boston Whaler. Here is the path to the information:
--go to WHALER.COM
--at the top page select the WHALER OWNERSHIP tab
--under the WHALER OWNERSHIP tab select RESOURCES
This takes you to the website https://www.bostonwhaler.com/boat-ownership/resources/
In succession, select the YEAR (2001), the FAMILY (DAUNTLESS), and the MODEL (160 DAUNTLESS)
Next select DOCUMENT TYPE to be DIAGRAMS. When the grow bar completes its search, select GET RESULTS.
Click on SHOW MORE.
Open the documents numbered 10, 11, and 12 using a PDF viewer.
Inspect the drawings and parts list. You will find in the drawing at the bow there are components labeled 1, 2, and 3. In the parts list the description of part 2 is "lifting eye."
You will find in the drawing at the stern there are components labeled 4 and 5. In the parts list the description of part 4 is "stern eye."
It is typical for a smaller Boston Whaler boat to be able to be lifted by lines attached to the lifting eye and stern eyes. I don't know if there is a specific rigging method employed. Sometimes a strongback support is used to permit attachment of two lifting lines to the three lifting points.