With the debut of its third new Conquest model for 2012, the 315 Conquest, Boston Whaler has firmly placed itself at the cutting edge of the boatbuilding industry.
“The 315 Conquest joins a stunning class of new models, including the 285 Conquest, the 285 Conquest Pilothouse , the 210 Montauk and the 170 Dauntless, which demonstrates that the Boston Whaler team has truly pulled out all the stops,” said Ron Berman, Boston Whaler’s vice president of product development and engineering.
With the brand-new 315 Conquest, which replaces the 305 Conquest in the 2012 lineup, Boston Whaler’s engineers harnessed innovative designs and premium-quality materials to emphasize superior comfort, convenience and utility throughout the boat. Nowhere is this effort more apparent than in the helm area.
Overhead, the cutting-edge hardtop provides weather protection to the helm and can be outfitted with radar, a spotlight and outriggers for enhanced utility and captain convenience. Visibility has been optimized for the captain thanks to a bonded glass windshield system, which provides clear, unobstructed sight lines. The 315’s all-new helm seat features superior ergonomics, incredibly durable polished cast-piece armrests, and a flip-up bolster that enables seated or standing boat operation. The captain also has a premium suite of state-of-the-art Raymarine® navigation technology at his disposal from the console.
The 315 Conquest gets great dockside handling thanks in part to a cutting-edge patented bow thruster system. Paired with standard Mercury Verado® engines that feature intuitive Digital Throttle & Shift controls, the hull empowers captains with unprecedented boat control and cruising prowess. Standard power-assist steering and a full- color Mercury VesselView display, which provides comprehensive engine diagnostics on a crisp and uncomplicated screen, further enhance the 315 Conquest owner’s command at the helm.
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