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Sal A posted 05-30-2005 06:58 PM ET (US)   Profile for Sal A   Send Email to Sal A  
Has anyone purchased, seen, or priced out the new 320 Outrage with the cuddy up front? I did se a few pictures in the Cetacea section here from the 2005 Miami boat show, that caught my eye. I have also seen the Whaler website (which does not have as of yet the pricing). Any idea of the cost range? Or better yet has anyone here ridden in one?


cmarques posted 05-30-2005 07:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for cmarques  Send Email to cmarques     
Got to ride on one at the Stuart, Fl. Whaler owner's event. We ran just a short way and back but it was pretty cool and expensive- about $210-225k. We ticked off about 50 mph with twin 275? Verados and 6 people on board (with Bigshot sitting upfront)


Sal A posted 05-30-2005 07:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Sal A  Send Email to Sal A     
Can you describe the cuddy, cmarques? Did it have a berth, head and shower, and kitchenette? What were your impressions?
K Albus posted 06-01-2005 07:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for K Albus  Send Email to K Albus     
The June 2005 issue of Boating magazine contains a glowing review of the 320 Outrage Cuddy Cabin. Their test boat was rigged with twin 275 h.p. Verados, and had an as-tested price of $185,373. They listed the price-with-standard-power as $172,116 with twin 225 h.p. Optimaxes. With test power, the top speed was 49.7 m.p.h. The article does not include any pictures of the interior of the cuddy cabin.

cmarques posted 06-01-2005 10:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for cmarques  Send Email to cmarques     
Unfortunatley we never even looked in the berth- duh.. It has the same stand up head in the console as the center console version and a wrap around L shaped seating area aft of the forward berth- to the left of the console is a freezer and bait prep? area so you can only pass the console on the right. We didn't spend much time on it axcept for the short cruise. Will Rogers from BW was running it and put us through some tight s turns and turn it about face and back up on plane never touching the throttles or trim- seemed to be very smooth but we were not out in anything rough only a light chop in the ICW. We also got to ride on and check out a little closer the new Conquest 230 which I thought was a great overall boat. If
I only had about 70K to spend.they also had an Outrage 240 with the new 150hp 4 cyl. Verado twins- never got a chance to ride but a few were very impressed with it also.


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