2005 Boston Whaler 205 Eastport
- Stock #086484 -
Very Low Hours!
What more could you possibly want? This dandy little cuddy- cabin cruiser has it all, powered by a single Mercury 150 Optimax, you can get 40-mph top speeds, an efficient 20-mph cruising speed, a big cockpit, plenty of seating, and space to throw the kids or to duck into when it starts to blow, all in an easy-to-maintain, 'hose-and-stow,' unsinkable hull.
It's the first of Whaler's relatively affordable Legend Series to combine cuddy-cabin convenience with a large, open cockpit and a roomy walk-around deck. At just a few inches over 20 feet long, it's small enough to be trailered easily, but it's big enough for fishing and lots of other family-oriented waterborne sports.
The pilot and companion seats are a full 15 inches apart, meaning you don't have to sidle to squeeze between them. They're both mounted on pods that house self-draining, insulated storage compartments, good for keeping drinks or fish on ice.
The helm is to starboard, protected by an aluminum-framed windshield. The windshield is a single pane of tempered glass so there are no extrusions obstructing the view. The height of the windshield is thoughtfully placed so you're looking through it while seated and looking over it while standing. The bow rail stanchions are also strategically placed so there is minimal obstruction of the view from the helm.
The companionway leads down into the cuddy cabin, which is a snug, simple area with sit-up headroom at the aft end. Filler cushions make it into one cozy nest four inches shy of six feet long and nearly that distance wide. The vinyl headliners and plastic ceiling make it easy to clean. There's a portable toilet under the center filler cushions. The battery switch is just inside the companionway door and the batteries are stowed behind a fabric stowage pouch. The two side eye-shaped portlights and the overhead hatch provide ambient light and ventilation. A gasketed hatch provides ready access to the wiring behind the helm dash.
The side decks are adequate for reaching the small foredeck. This area is recessed for added security and they've notched out the bow area to provide a little more of a foothold for docking and anchoring. The anchor locker is quite deep and it's integrated into the hull, not added on, so there's little chance of moisture or even odors leaking into the cabin. A stainless steel anchor pulpit holds an adequate Danforth in place.
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