Boston Whaler debuts new 210 Montauk


Boston Whaler expands its classic Montauk selection with the release of the rugged new 210 Montauk. Entering the lineup as Whaler’s largest Montauk yet, the 210 carries on the line’s legacy of incredible functionality and durability while making the most of its increased size to expand on these qualities.

“With the popularity of our smaller Montauks and the value they provide, the 210 Montauk delivers upon that mission from a larger scale,” said Ron Berman, Boston Whaler’s vice president of product development and engineering. “You get more room, more storage, an enclosed head compartment below the center console, and it’s a Montauk that will go more places because of its size and larger fuel capacity. It’s a hassle-free, hose-and-go boating experience with Whaler quality and Whaler safety in all materials and construction.”

The 210 Montauk comes in a standard boat-motor-trailer package that includes a fuel-efficient 150-hp Mercury FourStroke capable of producing wide-open throttle speeds of 42 mph—or owners can opt for a 200-hp Mercury FourStroke for even more power. The boat’s length helps accentuate the Montauk’s trademark Whaler reverse chine, allowing for a smooth, dry ride. Yet the Montauk’s efficient, no-frills design makes it an ideal towing platform as well. With the standard tandem axle trailer with dual axle brakes, the 210 trailers with ease from home to boat launch and back.

The 210 Montauk offers customers the purposeful functionality and robust durability they’ve come to expect of the line in a high-value package that will allow them to cruise farther and customize their Montauk experience like never before.

“The Montauk is the direct link to the original center console,” Berman said. “The 210 is everything you’d expect from a Montauk, with a few surprises, and characteristic Whaler quality and craftsmanship. You can now do even more onboard. It’s the classic Whaler.”

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