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1991 Boston Whaler Outrage 17 with 2005 E-TEC 90hp
|Author||Topic: 1991 Boston Whaler Outrage 17 with 2005 E-TEC 90hp|
posted 03-08-2015 12:21 AM ET (US)
I'm selling my 1991 Outrage 17 with a 2005 E-TEC 90hp.
This is a nice and really clean boat. One of the last "classic" model designed by Bob Dougherty and built in Rockland, MA. It really is the best of both worlds between a Montauk and an Outrage 18. It has the smoother and dry ride of the Outrage deeper V hull, all while having the ease of trailering, handling and economy of the Montauk, plus some features not even found in the Outrage 18, like the added storage (taller console, stern boxes, under-RPS cooler), additional seating (stern quarter seats with backrests) and livewell. Not many of them were made, and fewer are still functionals, let alone in that condition.
Here are the details, with all the features/upgrades:
2005 E-TEC 90hp
2003 EZ-Loader galvanized bunk trailer
Asking $15,500 US, firm. I have all the titles for the boat, outboard and trailer. Boat is located in Montreal, QC, Canada, but was originally bought in the US (South Carolina) in 2012.
Feel free to contact me via email (in profile) for any inquiries.
posted 03-08-2015 10:53 PM ET (US)
Since I've got a few questions about the specific differences vs the Montauk or, particulary, the abilty to also be used as a "family cruising" boat, I'll put my answer there for everyone:
"For thoses not aware of the specifics of this model, all I can say is that the Outrage, while still being a terrific fishing machine, also completely solved the common "family" boat problems with 3 additional features over the Montauk : more storage, more seats and a bow cushion (sun pad). As you know, a fishing buddy doesn't mind being seated on a 5 gallons bucket, but not so much for the family members! We (with the wife and 2 kids) do a lot of tubing (a huge 2 seated places tube) and solved the transport problem by carrying it deflated. It's stored, along with the rope, the sling and a 12v pump, in the cooler under the RPS. The food and drinks goes in the front cooler while all the towels and spare clothes were in the console. The kids rides in the back seats and the girlfriend lay on the sun pad (girls LOVE sun pads!). Whenever they want to have a tube ride, I simply get it out of the cooler, plug the pump in the lighter outlet in the console, inflate it and toss it, all in less than 5 minutes, while the girlfriend stay in the sun pad, facing backward and watching the kids jumping the waves."
posted 03-12-2015 08:17 PM ET (US)
As I got a few questions regarding the border crossing procedure, I've been today at the Champlain, NY customs office (I'm only 40 miles north of the border). They checked all the papers (titles, bills of sale, registration) and everything was fine.
Even if the buyer didn't have a passport, we could meet there at the customs office on the US side and, with a proper contract of sale, the buyer will have to "import" the boat, which mean some paperwork but no fees, and will then be responsible to register it in his own state.
There's even a place to sea trial it 10 minutes from there, in Rouses Point on Lake Champlain.
posted 03-20-2015 05:18 PM ET (US)
Spring's there. Boat is all prepped up in the garage and ready to go. Asking $15,000.
posted 03-21-2015 08:11 AM ET (US)
Very nice boat at a very fair price. Excellent boat for someone that wants a smaller center console that's easy to trailer and will fit in a garage. Good luck with the sale.
posted 03-24-2015 08:40 AM ET (US)
I got some questions about the total length of the package for storing it in a garage, so here it is: with the tongue folded, 22' with the engine in the trailering position and 21' when lowered.
posted 03-24-2015 09:28 AM ET (US)
Also for the purpose of garage-fitting, heightwise, the top of the console bar is at 82 1/2".
posted 03-24-2015 01:51 PM ET (US)
Added the complete engine history report in pdf format: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0qqq6h6e273el8d/engine%20history%20report. pdf?dl=0
posted 03-26-2015 08:46 AM ET (US)
Price drop to $14,500!
posted 04-01-2015 03:01 PM ET (US)
Boat is sold. Thanks
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