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|Author||Topic: 190 Montauk...|
posted 08-07-2006 12:56 PM ET (US)
Anyone have a pic of what the aft interior of this boat looks like w/o the optional livewell? If the livewell is not ordered, is the same enclosure still there, just not operational? Seems a large waste of space on a boat that size for those who don't need a livewell. Thanks
posted 08-07-2006 03:11 PM ET (US)
Look at the Whaler Website pages for the Montauk 170. There is a line drawing of the floorplan and the 190 looks just like that without the livewell. BillS
posted 08-07-2006 04:40 PM ET (US)
Actuakky there is now a drawing of the 190
posted 08-07-2006 10:21 PM ET (US)
The pics of the 190 only show the baitwell unless I've missed it. So the BW delete makes it look like a real Montauk in the stern?
posted 08-07-2006 10:23 PM ET (US)
If it is like the baitwell in the 15 and 17, it is a modular piece that fits right in front of the splashwell. BillS
posted 08-08-2006 08:09 AM ET (US)
It looks like the stern seat option is just a pad on the livewell plus a backrest that plugs into the rod holders. If that livewell is a separate unit, then you would need to order the rear seat option and the livewell together. If you can order the rear seat option without the livewell, then maybe that rear unit stays and is just storage without the livewell mechanicals. I haven't seen a 190 Montauk picture without that rear unit.
posted 08-08-2006 03:26 PM ET (US)
The unit is a molded piece. If you get the livewell option, you get it plumbed. Ifd you get the rear seat option, you get a cushion and backrest. You can get both options as well but regardless, the physical part is a molded piece of the deck. It is not removable in any way.
posted 08-08-2006 09:01 PM ET (US)
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