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Dick posted 05-16-2006 03:28 PM ET (US)   Profile for Dick   Send Email to Dick  
Here are a couple pictures. I'll post some more as I install the goodies.

It feels so good to have another Whaler.


cschorer1979 posted 05-16-2006 05:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for cschorer1979  Send Email to cschorer1979     
Hey Dick,

Congrats on the boat, that is such a good looking Whaler. I just got my 190 outrage a couple of months ago, it's a great feeling.

Hope you enjoy it!


andygere posted 05-17-2006 01:20 AM ET (US)     Profile for andygere  Send Email to andygere     
Dick, the new Whaler looks terrific. That is a really big looking 15 footer. I am sure you will enjoy her.
lc posted 05-17-2006 03:16 PM ET (US)     Profile for lc  Send Email to lc     
Nice boat. I have a classic 15. After looking at your 15 montauk and several others, I think it may be my future boat ("near " futre if I keep looking at your new boats)I really need to stop looking at your boats, I'm getting signs of "purchase fever". Maybe I should show the wife, and hope she catches it first. Congratulations!
*I still love my classic 15 though
Aldog posted 05-17-2006 05:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Aldog  Send Email to Aldog     
Congrats on that nice boat. I wish you much joy aboard her.
Dick posted 05-17-2006 07:31 PM ET (US)     Profile for Dick  Send Email to Dick     
It is a big 15 footer. At 15.5' it is a bit shorter than my classic Montauk but has 4" more beam and no motor well so the interior space is awsome.
The 170 console and RPS are appreciated, they could have put in a scaled down version.
The finish is typical Whaler, perfect.
The Karavan trailer is great so far but I haven't launched from a ramp yet.
I hope to get the electronics installed this weekend and then will take it for a real test.
FRSam posted 05-18-2006 01:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for FRSam  Send Email to FRSam     
Looks great Dick - I just got mine home and love it. I've had her out six or seven times now and have enjoyed every minute.

The Karavan trailer has worked out great - it's a snug fit. And the break-a-way tongue is terrific.

I'm still getting use to her having come from a 10' pram with a 4 1/2 hp motor - now I feel invincible. I pulled up on shore to visit with a friend the other day and he thought it was an 18' boat when he saw me coming in. I agree she's a big 15 footer.

Have fun with the boat,


sportroyalwulf posted 05-19-2006 08:32 AM ET (US)     Profile for sportroyalwulf  Send Email to sportroyalwulf     
The observation of the 150MT looking much larger than a 15' boat is intersting. I get that comment regularly when launching my 150 sport from fellow whaler owners and those who are not blessed with whaler ownership.
Florida15 posted 05-19-2006 09:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for Florida15  Send Email to Florida15     
Great looking boat. That picture of the console looks a lot like the console on the Dauntless 15 I used to have.
erik selis posted 05-19-2006 02:45 PM ET (US)     Profile for erik selis  Send Email to erik selis     
Fine, very fine looking boat Dick. I'm sure you will be pleased with her. Good luck!


Marlin posted 05-19-2006 10:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for Marlin  Send Email to Marlin     
It really is a fine looking boat. I'm looking forward to seeing one, and comparing it in size to both the 170 and my 160 Dauntless.

To my eye, the console appears identical to that on my 160 Dauntless (which we've already established is the same as on the 170 Montauk, see ). Again, the layout of the ignition and kill switches is a little different, and the console rail is different from the 160, but the console itself seems to be the same.

Enjoy the boat!


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