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FredLowenfels posted 02-23-2009 10:54 PM ET (US)   Profile for FredLowenfels   Send Email to FredLowenfels  
Check out the pictures. If you are interested, call me at 646-250-8083 or email to

Highlights- Mercury Verado 135 HP four stroke engine with only 103 hours. Quiet, odorless, reliable and strong. Stainless steel prop. Boat and engine still under warranty. 2008 Garmin GPSMAP 4208 Chartplotter (Digital GPS) and Sonar dual frequency depth and fish finder with digital black box for network and transducer. Navman VHF 7100. Stereo cassette AM/FM/Sirrius radio. Fishing package will stow 10 rods above deck, and 6 rods below gunnels. Livewell. Removable Bimini top. Canvass covers for console, seat, engine and cushions. Forward cushion. Large cooler with cushion. Stowage for 3 plastic tackle boxes in console. Anchor compartment. Trim tabs, bathing ladder, two batteries, trailer. All in excellent condition, lovingly cared for. Engine was flushed with fresh water every time out. Stored in Mamaroneck, NY.

I love this boat, but decided I want a slightly larger model for offshore fishing. This is an ideal boat for fishing or cruising local waters, and the wife will love the shade of the bimini top and the cushions up front (which are not shown in the pictures). The new electronics give a tremendous feeling of confidence with an 8 inch HD screen. Everything is visible, even with polarized lenses (and my eyesight is terrible).

Includes all the installation and operating manuals for the boat and accessories.

From the Whaler website: 190 Outrage
Enjoy classic style and advanced design features in a superior all-purpose boat. At 18' 10" with a wide 8' beam, our most compact Outrage® offers big advantages in an attractively priced boat / motor / trailer package. Its 12" draft lets you ply shallow backwaters, yet its V-hull entry, 22" interior freeboard and 60-gallon fuel capacity make it equally suited for heading offshore. You get big-boat capabilities and yacht-quality touches, plus easy trailerability. It’s loaded with standard features, plus generous storage space.
The 190 Outrage features plenty of toe room for fish fighting, and extra transom space thanks to the removable port rear quarter seat base. Naturally, there are lots of options for even more hardcore fishing and creature comforts.

Metric Standard
LOA :5.7 m LOA :18' 10''
beam : 2.4 m beam : 8' 0''
draft : 0.3 m draft : 0' 12''
bridge : 2.0 m - 2.3m bridge : 2.0 - 2.3
weight: 2050 kg weight: 930 lbs.
swamped: 4000 kg swamped: 1814 lbs.
persons: 8 persons: 8

Welded stainless steel bow rail
Stainless steel grab rails
Self-bailing cockpit
Motorwell drains (2)
Heavy-duty rub rail
Gunnel-mounted stainless steel rod holders (4)
Cup holders (4)
Bow and stern eyes
8" cleats (2 bow, 2 stern, 2 spring line)
22" interior freeboard

Galvanized Trailer With Swing Tongue
Winch with nylon strap
Trailer jack
Disc brakes with flush kit

Stainless steel propeller
Stainless steel classic style navigation lights
SmartCraft deluxe gauge package
Two batteries, each in Battery box with switch
Automatic bilge pump
60-gallon fuel tank
135 XL DTS Mercury Verado FourStroke with hydraulic tilt steering

Port (removable) and starboard aft quarter seats with backrest bolsters
Leaning post with rail and large storage underneath seat
Bow seating area

Under-gunnel rod racks
Storage under aft quarter seat
Console storage with stainless steel latch
Bow anchor locker with storage divider and drain
Underneath leaning post seat- for all your small fishing gear.

Stainless steel steering wheel
Stainless steel grab rail
Stainless steel grab rail
Instrumentation and electrical switch panels with circuit breaker protection
Helm and companion footrests
Fire extinguisher pocket
Electronics mounting surface
Cup holders (2)
Courtesy lights (2)
Acrylic windshield

Electronics/Navigation (Owner installed 2008)
Garmin GPSMAP4208 Chartplotter/GPS Part Number: 010-00591-01
Suggested Retail Price: $ 2133.32 USD
This preloaded, offshore chartplotter combines the power of networking with brilliant color and slim-line design. The GPSMAP 4208 has preloaded BlueChart® g2 maps of the U.S. coast and displays them on an 8.4” VGA display with video-quality resolution. By connecting to the Garmin Marine Network, you can add sonar, radar and weather. For even more enhanced features, you can add the optional Bluechart g2 Vision card.

Garmin GSD 22 Part Number: 010-00397-00
Suggested Retail Price: $ 535.70 USD.
This black-box sounder connects to your chartplotter over the Garmin Marine network to provide high-speed data returns and super-crisp detail. Once connected, any plotter on the network can view the 22's detailed sonar data and overlay it on the map page. The GSD 22's digital design provides extraordinary target definition and deep water performance. The 22 also adjust gain and transmit power automatically to optimize the returns for shallow water as well. It connects to a dual-frequency 500 watt transom-mount transducer.
Transom mounted dual frequency transducer 200/50 kHz. Part number 010-10192-01 retail price $129.99 USD

Stereo Clarion AM / FM digital with CD player, waterproof speakers (2), remote control and MP3 input, Sirius satellite receiver with antenna)
Red or blue graphics, striping and logos
Livewell (15 gal)
Hydraulic power steering
Fiberglass swim platform with grab rail and telescoping stainless steel swim ladder
Electric trim tabs
Cooler seat. 54 qt with cushion, backrest and vertical console-mounted rod holders (4) (not compatible with sun lounge option)
Bow cushion

VHF Radio
Navman 7100 VHF (similar model as Northstar Explorer 710 VHF Radio, which took over Navman) (not connected to the GPS)

Bimini Sun top (blue)
Leaning post with livewell / storage cover (blue)
Console cover (blue)
Engine cove (blue)

Fishing Package
Vertical console-mounted rod holders (4)
Two rod holders in leaning post
Tackle drawers
Livewell (15 gal)
Cooler (54 qt) with cushion and backrest

Curtesy lights under console.
Bow light, red/green
Pole light installs on console.

Kencvit posted 02-24-2009 11:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for Kencvit  Send Email to Kencvit     
Fred, thats a nice set-up and a really good price in my opinion.
I hope to add that same 8" Garmin GPS to my 190 this summer...oh and the trim tabs too!
Good luck with your sale/upgrade.
FredLowenfels posted 02-28-2009 02:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for FredLowenfels  Send Email to FredLowenfels     
Thanks Ken. Not too much interest so far- tough market to sell, not so tough to buy. The Garmin 4208 on my boat is spectacular. Highly recommmend it. It makes all the difference in visibility and detail.
Happy boating,
jkjasdj posted 03-14-2009 07:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for jkjasdj  Send Email to jkjasdj     
Do you have a trailer for the boat....Is it located in LI NY?

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