continuousWave's Whaler section is an encyclopedia of information on both "classic" and contemporary Boston Whaler boats. There are five main sections:
A Boston Whaler boat is the best recreational boat ever produced! In production for over 50 years, the unique Boston Whaler boat has attracted an intensely loyal group of owners and fans. The "classic" Boston Whaler boat is any of the many boats descended from the original Boston Whaler style hulls offered from 1958 to present. Read the story of how the original Whaler hull was conceived and developed. The "post classic" Boston Whaler boat retains the high quality and most of the unique construction technique of the originals, but uses a number of new and different hull forms.
Information on Boston Whaler boats is collected and organized in the Reference section. This documentation of Boston Whaler boats is a work in progress.
The Forums provide an on-going and timely source of information on Boston Whaler boats, new and old. They're an on-line community of active and informed owners and operators of Boston Whaler boats.
Photographs of various Boston Whaler boats in their native habitat, often in a mock-zoological style, are collected in Cetacea.
An oral history of the Boston Whaler boats is presented in Radio, a unique audio-content feature.
A separate section devoted to planning, organizing, and documenting Boston Whaler Rendezvous.
The change history of the website.
Contribution of photographs (see guidelines), historical information, and first hand experiences with a Boston Whaler is welcomed! Please help this collection to grow by sending your information to jimh@continuousWave.com.
Comments about the site and suggestions for content are also welcome.
Thanks again to everyone who participated in the award event! Not only did we receive a great gift of canvas, but also this very nice certificate, listing all the contributors and showing the results! Just before fall shut down the boating season, we got most of the canvas installed on the 1987 Revenge-20 and got in one trip with it, as seen here.
DISCLAIMER: This information is believed to be accurate but there is no guarantee. We do our best!
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