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Please find 2003 Montauk Whaler for Sale:

Included are:

17 foot x 6?-10? wide Boston Whaler Montauk 170
90 hp Four stroke Mercury motor with 125 hours
5 hp Four stroke new motor w/ bracket at transom (Matching Color)
New Combo GPS / Depth finder console unit installed
Icom radio installed
#13 Bow mounted anchor with 150 of anchor line
29 gallon up grade fuel tank
Seat, Console, and new Blue Boat/Motor covers
All Safety devices included
Trailer w/ reg. to 2008 w/ new spare mounted tire and Buddy bearings
Fishing package with cooler and console insert tackle tray
Inside gunwale mounting for fish rods and other mounts
Fenders at rail with cages/ Spare Prop/ New deck /console Lamps

Dimensions & Histor
DIMENSIONS (from 2003 Specification Sheet)
Length......................17 feet
Beam........................6 feet 10 inches
Draft.......................9 inches (with engine tilted clear of water)
Dead rise at transom........16 degrees
Cockpit Depth...............19 inches
Weight......................1440 pounds dry, no engine
Maximum Weight .............1650 pounds
Swamped Capacity............3400 pounds
Persons Capacity............7 people
Maximum horsepower..........90 HP
Fuel Capacity...............29 gallon (optional Pate fuel Tank
Transom Height..............20 inches
Bridge Clearance............4 feet 7 inches

Engineering Changes.........Hulls made after 07/12/2002 incorporate
embedded plywood in the transom for the purpose
of reinforcing a mount for an auxillary outboard (5 hp Four stroke) with
engine bracket.


Standard .....DECK/COCKPIT:
Bow locker with fiberglass cover and
overboard drain; Bow and stern lifting eyes;
Welded 316L stainless steel bow rail
and side rails; Heavy-duty rub rail;
8-in stainless steel bow cleat;
molded-in port and starboard boarding steps.

Stainless steel steering wheel; electric
horn; electrical switch panel; welded
316L stainless steel grab rail; acrylic
windshield; access door; binnacle control;
drink holders (2).

Reversible pilot seat with locking backrest.

Teleflex no-feedback steering; classic style
navigation lights; battery box with hold-down
strap in console.

Trailer jack; tie-downs; winch with nylon strap.

90 ELPTO 4-stroke Mercury engine ($ 2,308);

Drum brakes and flush kit for trailer ($ 577).

Tackle drawers; compass; 72-quart cooler
Seat with cushions and backrest; console
mounted rod holders (4).

72-quart cooler seat with cushion and backrest;
bow cushion.

Sun-top with boot ( blue) and stainless
steel fittings ($ 822);

Gray console cover ( $201);

Gray reversible pilot seat cover ($ 192).


Hello to all on this board. Have been lurking and enjoying this forum since May. Congratulations to Ray and the others who have recounted tales about their fun, cool, new boats. I picked up my 170 Montauk (w/90 HP 2S) June 7. It has truly been a delight. I have been very happy with the 90 2S, although I have yet to pull a skier or tube. Most of my use has been cruising around and fishing on the Lower Susquehanna or Upper Chesapeake Bay. Will get out to Delaware Bay next month, and then the NC Outer Banks (Oregon Inlet/Albemarle Sound) in October.
The performance and feel of this boat is amazing. I've been on 21 footers that have felt "smaller" than this little boat. Sure, the small fuel capacity and minimal storage space could be a drawback, but these are fairly easily fixed. Will probably upgrade the tanks over the winter, but have yet to run out of gas even with a full day of fishing. Bad weather would certainly reduce range however, so would a boat full of people I imagine.
Well, I just wanted to chime in, and say that my regular 170 with the not-too-sexy 90 2S works real well (riding alone I've seen 43+ mph WOT on GPS, trimmed perfectly, and smooth seas). Ran fast in 2 ft+ seas, 20 mph winds, and was very dry and not too bumpy. Couldn't be happier. I get so many positive comments on this boat, and have had some very interesting propositions with interest for a trade... I say, "No Way!" I'm going to be enjoying this sweet little boat for a long time to come.
Well, back to the water!


The Classics are the traditional Whaler shape that launched the legend. Squared-off bows for big, roomy cockpits. Twin sponson hulls that are solid, stable and dry-riding. An efficient, quick-planing design that delivers exciting performance with smaller engines (which means big savings every time you fill the tank). Plus unsinkable Unibond construction and Whaler's transferable, ten-year limited warranty. This is the original carefree boat. It will keep on going for as long as you and your kids - and probably their kids, too - feel like taking to the water.
Finally. A sequel thats even better than the classic original. The Montauk has been a worldwide favorite for over 40 years, thanks to its center console design, superior lateral stability, its extra-dry ride and quick planing with minimal horsepower. Now, all those advantages have been kicked up several notches in the all-new 170 Montauk. Enjoy a softer ride and better performance, provided by its modified V-hull entry. With a much wider 6' 10" beam, there?s more room inside for people and gear. And it comes in a remarkably affordable boat / motor / trailer package.

You still get great 360-degree walk around fish fighting ability and a shallow 9-inch draft. The center console puts everything at your fingertips, including binnacle control, drink holders, electrical switch panel and an electric horn. There?s a spacious storage / anchor locker in the bow. And the reversible pilot seat has an adjustable 4-position seat back so you can use it as a bench or leaning post.

Discover a new Whaler classic in the 170 Montauk.

Cost new is $26,775.00
Need to sell for $ 20,000.00
Please contact Dan at 302 354 2214 cell
or at [email protected]
The Holy Cow ~ Lets release them!
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