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Boston Whaler Cooler
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posted 08-27-2001 06:33 PM ET (US)
This may not be new to some of you but went to a party the other night. Next to the deck was a 13 ft classic, full of beer and ice. It must have been 15 cases and 250 lbs of ice. Lets see, well insulated, good looking, removable drain plug. Wow! Why has Whaler not used this in their marketing efforts?
posted 08-27-2001 06:47 PM ET (US)
I recently heard a story about a guy that either was, or wants to be, buried in his 13' Whaler! Also know a guy who has a Boston Whaler tatoo on his arm.
posted 08-28-2001 06:03 PM ET (US)
I always figured the front well would make the perfect cooler, except that the lid is uninsulated. Having kept ice in the Florida heat (90 degrees) for 4 days in my 150qt Igloo, I think I'll stick to the Igloo, it's more portable...
posted 08-28-2001 06:53 PM ET (US)
I have thought about using a 9' tender as a shower/tub basin in my master bath. Floor drain, non-skid, etc..
posted 08-29-2001 08:08 AM ET (US)
In Boothbay, Maine there is a Tugboat built into the front of a Restaurant/Hotel, 'The Tugboat Inn'. There is also a restaurant on the water where someone took an old wooden sailboat and converted her into a bar. The woodwork is beautiful. The bartender stands in the cockpit area and barstools are lined along both sides of the boat. Wonder if someone could do this with a Whaler?
posted 08-29-2001 10:40 AM ET (US)
I have a BW Squall that I use for beer and ice sometimes, at my family reunion. I put a canvas tarp over it to keep the sun off. It works fine even in July in MD. The downside is that the boat is out of service until the beer is gone, and then the sailors are all out of service after that.
posted 08-29-2001 11:23 AM ET (US)
In the lounge at the Red Hill Inn in Ctr. Harbor, NH, a *sweet* 20 foot 1940's Chris Craft was cut in half lengthwise for use as their bar. It's really cool walking into a seemingly normal bar and randomly seeing a Chris Craft bar in the middle of it.
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