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This Boston Whaler 130 Sport has been used seasonally 3-4 months a year in Maine since new. She is stable, well laid out seating, and rides well among the coves, islands, and harbors. Easy to operate and maintain, this little Whaler is a terrific boat to enjoy being on the water!
Like the first 13-foot Whaler hull in 1958, the Sport features 'unsinkable' Unibond fiberglass construction. "The foam-filled construction keeps the hull weight low, and at the same time provides unmatched floatation."
The console and benches are fiberglass, and the stringers are built with synthetic WhalerBoard, which eliminates the traditional glass over wood. The molded liner is designed to provide for a self-bailing cockpit.
2005 Mercury 25 HP 2-stroke outboard, professionally maintained.
Seating for 5. There are two fiberglass bench seats, a fiberglass console, navigation lights, and stainless steel side rails on this boat. The battery box is stored out of the way under the helm seat, and the anchor locker forward has a finished interior with a drain.
"In 1958 Boston Whaler introduced a 13' utility boat that would soon become the most successful recreational boat of all time. It was the Volkswagon Beetle of boating! The design was extraordinarily innovative, and its continued production is a testimony to that. It is nearly indestructable. Year after year, the 13' Whaler is a strong seller."