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Center Consoles 2014 Boston Whaler 240 Dauntless listed by Bluewater Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $88,000
  • Powered by single Mercury Verado Four Stroke XL / 15 hrs
  • Off Market since Jul 2nd 2020

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Rarely do you encounter a boat in truly "like new" condition. This beautiful 2014 Whaler 240 Dauntless has 14 engine hours and looks showroom new in every way. She's loaded with almost every option available including console and helm seat covers, t-top, split bow rail, Fusion Stereo, Raymarine Electronics, bow table, electric, trim tabs, head with pump out, fresh water shower and a tow watersports arch. Why buy new? Available now and ready for summer.

Manufacturer Description

The 240 Dauntless will thrill anglers and powerboat enthusiasts alike, and will be the site of many family gatherings thanks to its open layout and comfortable seating options. This supremely versatile boat allows you to bring everything you need for a day of cruising, watersports, fishing---or all three---thanks to generous storage in the bow, console and under the reversible pilot seat. The foldout aft bench with reclined backrest and an optional bow cushion offer added relaxation. Cutting-edge features abound, including group-friendly bow seating with foldup backrests and the patented All-Activity Tower option for skiers and wakeboarders. Anglers will appreciate the standard livewell and aft casting deck. When not a platform for sport fishing or cruising, the 240 Dauntless makes an excellent yacht tender. Incredibly rugged and reliable. Add in its sophisticated fit and finish, and the sleek 240 Dauntless will win your boating affection, too.


  – 250 XL Mercury Verado FourStroke engine with power steering
  – Automatic bilge pump
  – Dual battery boxes and switch and dual battery wiring
  – Electric horn
  – Fuel tank

  – Navigation lights
  – Propeller stainless steel
  – SmartCraft deluxe gauge package
  – Tilt steering


  – Bow anchor locker with overboard drain and stainless steel gas shock
  – Lockable bow storage under forward starboard seat with overboard drain and stainless steel gas shock
  – Lockable console storage
  – Lockable rod storage under forward seating with overboard drain and stainless steel gas shock
  – Storage in reversible pilot seat base
  – Storage under aft seat


  – Bow cushion
  – Forward console seat
  – Forward port and starboard seats with folding backrests
  – Reversible pilot seat with locking backrest and slide-out carry-on cooler (54 qt)
  – Stern seat with folding backrest and elevating seat base


  – Acrylic access door with stainless steel latch
  – Acrylic windshield
  – Compass
  – Console face gray gelcoat
  – Drink holders (2)
  – Electronics mounting surface
  – Fire extinguisher pocket
  – Grab rail – welded stainless steel
  – Grab rail at front of console
  – Instrumentation and electrical switch panel with circuit breaker protection
  – Interior light
  – Livewell – insulated with blue interior and lid on front of console
  – Portable head in console
  – Rod holders – console mounted stainless steel (6)
  – Stainless steel opening port light with screen
  – Steering wheel with urethane grip – stainless steel


  – 21” interior freeboard
  – 8” cleats – bow (2), stern (2), spring line (2)
  – Bow rail – welded stainless steel
  – Casting platform – full-width aft
  – Drink holders – forward (2)
  – Garboard drain plug
  – Heavy-duty rub rail
  – Lifting eyes – bow and stern
  – Rod holders – stern deck mounted stainless steel (4)
  – Self-bailing cockpit sole
  – Side rails – aft welded stainless steel
  – Swim platform with telescoping ladder
  – Trolling motor flat at bow

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