The 380 Outrage® delivers a full-spectrum, pinnacle experience, performing beautifully as an offshore fishing platform, an entertaining vessel, a yacht tender or all of the above. The roomy, notched bow features expansive seating and storage, while the cockpit includes a new aft-facing couch with optional removable table and an optional Summer Kitchen, perfect for entertaining friends and family. Boston Whaler’s precision-engineered hull and triple Mercury® engines work together to provide remarkable efficiency, reliability and smooth, predictable handling.
First, the obvious… the designers increased the deadrise from 15-degrees to a whopping 23-degrees. The design then focused on deadrise distribution to get more deadrise midship for a more comfortable ride at the helm. Then added a padded keel with minimal rocker angle to help the boat get on plane easily, minimize bow rise, and increase visibility at all speeds. Finally, there’s the incorporation of the “dynamic running surface” trim tab system. Larger triangular planes integrated in the running surface increase lift and effectiveness compared to traditional transom-mounted tabs, reduced drag and allow for a cleaner flow off the tabs as compared to transom-mounted tabs.
The Boston Whaler 380 Outrage has a 23-degree deadrise at the transom, near the max available in production boats, and this results in an exceptional ride offshore -- as can be seen in our test video. Our test of the 380 Outrage was in some of the roughest water we have tested in and the 380 took it easily in stride. With an 11' 8" (3.56 m) beam and an equipped weight of over 20,000 lbs. with triple 350 Mercury Verados the designers increased the deadrise from 15-degrees to a whopping 23-degrees. The design then focused on deadrise distribution to g23-degree deadrise, she felt like a far larger boat.
The helm console is surrounded by tempered glass on three sides and an electrically actuated vent is at the top of the forward windshield. Defrost vents are just behind and this is a feature that we’ve seen forgotten on some other builders' designs. Overhead and facing the operator, the latest iteration of Mercury’s VesselView display, and an opening glove box with tension hinges.
and compass are right on the centerline, in the sweet spot of handling. A soft-touch vinyl dash cover and brow top off the console and Boston Whaler thoughtfully added a welcome space for putting stuff like cell phones that includes an accessory plug and USB port (the requested features begin).
Rocker switches line the top of the panel, heat and ac vents are in the center. To our eye, the most significant switches are the boost switch for the heat and ac (temporarily labeled Acc 2 on our hull #1 test boat) and switch to open the forward vent.
The panel that has been cleaned up significantly over previous models and the glass dash concept features two 165 GS screens mounted into an acrylic backing. Below are the three engine start/stops, the fusion stereo, the remote for the spotlight, the stainless wheel has a convenient steering knob and it’s all mounted to a tilt base.
The automatic trim tabs are alongside, and this hull really made us a fan of those. The digital throttle and shift binnacle is next and then the Mercury JPO or Joystick Piloting for Outboards with its features that include Heading Hold Autopilot, Waypoint Steering, Skyhook, Boathook, and Bow Hook included. Dual footrests are below.
For fishing features, the cockpit measures in at 45 sq. ft. (4.18 sq. m), providing plenty of fighting room. To both sides are huge fish boxes. Forward there are spreader lights behind the hardtop, two color courtesy lights, and rod holders integrated into the supports.
In the port quarter, the button to the top activates the auto flush system for the engines. Just hook up a single hose and press this switch to flush all the engines out with fresh water. back and forth. At the bow, we can create an elevated platform, complete with diamond non-skid that’s great for a cast netter or bait caster.
Lastly, a tuna door is to the port side bulwarks for hauling that big catch in, and when using it as a dive door, a reboarding ladder that stores close by at the transom mounts right in. A grab handle rotates into position from just inside the opening. Because this opens inward, this also makes an ideal spot to board from a floating dock. And Boston Whaler was clever enough to design the bulwarks to come out slightly to allow for walking right past the open door without the risk of jamming a leg into it… nice touch there.
Electric Anchor chain & Rode
Flir NIGHT Vission
Retractable Sure Shade
Summer Kitchen w/ Kenyon Grill
Premium Fusion Audio System
Remote Hardtop mounted Spot Light
Cockpit fold out bench seat
Mercury Vessel View
Engine flush system
Tripple Mercury 350 Verado with Joy Stick piloting
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