Boston Whaler Introduces 240 Vantage

The Boston Whaler 240 Vantage is one of four models in the Vantage line.

Boston Whaler 240 Vantage
With a single 350 hp Mercury LS DTS outboard, the builder reports a top speed of 43.3 knots. Engines options range from 250 to 400 hp. Courtesy Boston Whaler

Boston Whaler has introduced the 240 Vantage, the fourth model in the Vantage line of boats.

“The 240 Vantage is incredibly versatile and customizable,” company President Nick Stickler stated in a press release. “We call it the Swiss Army knife of boating. Just like our new 280 Vantage, the 240 is ideal for boaters who want to take advantage of everything the water has to offer.”

The 240 Vantage is designed for fishing, cruising, beaching, water sports and more. There is seating from the bow to the stern, with the portside seating convertible to face forward or aft, or to be flat.


A fiberglass prep center is optional in the cockpit, and the boat has a standard enclosed head and sink. A windlass and bow-boarding ladder are available for beach landings.

For fishing enthusiasts, there’s an insulated in-sole fish box, an optional live well at the transom, and stainless steel rod holders throughout the boat. Enclosed rod stowage is in the console.

What else comes with the 240 Vantage? A V-8 Mercury Verado engine and Raymarine electronics. There’s also an optional watersports tower with wakeboard racks.


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