1986 Boston Whaler Outrage 22
If your looking for a classic Whaler, for fishing or family cruising, at a great price this is the boat for you! Call today to make an appointment to see her!
Length: 22' 3"
Beam: 7' 5"
Weight: 2050 lbs. (standard configuration)
Yamaha Salltwater Series II 200Hp. 685Hrs
Aluminum Motor Bracket
Custom Sumbrella Bow spray shield
Hummingbird 581 IHD GPS
Gal Fuel Tank
120 Qt. cooler seat
Custom Leaning Post, with Rocket Launcher and removable Padded Back rest
Big Fish Box/storage box
Optional Fuel Tank: 129 gallons
Manufactur provided Description:
The Outrage 22 (1979 to 1993) is a true classic among the many models of Boston Whaler boats. When introduced in 1979 it was the largest Boston Whaler hull to date. The catalogue described it as "the most brutally powerful machine ever to bear the Boston Whaler name."
The hull of the Outrage 22 is a moderate V-hull shape that appears to have evolved from the V-20 design. This increased deadrise at the transom is said to improve the ride in waves, and at the time of introduction represented Boston Whaler's deepest V-hull design.
The deadrise at the transom is carried forward, increasing slightly amidship, and then increasing significantly at the bow. V-hulls of this general type, carrying almost the same deadrise at amidships to the transom, are distinct from other hull designs which transition from a V-shape amidship to a much flatter bottom shape with very little deadrise at the transom. In those other hulls there is a very distinct change (decrease) in deadrise of the hull from amidship to transom. In the OURAGE 22 hull the change is small and subtle.
Around this time the designer C. Raymond Hunt was drawing many boats with V-hull shapes often described as constant deadrise, but Hunt (and his associates) contended that there were subtle but important changes in deadrise taking place and the characterization of constant deadrise was not appropriate to their designs. See a very detailed explanation of this at the Hunt website.
The 22-foot classic hull maintains the general style of Boston Whaler hulls of this period in having a runner or vestigial sponson on each side of the keel. These runners are thought to help deflect spray downward and outboard, and they contribute lift to the hull to help the hull reach hydroplane mode as speed increases. The line of the runners is carried forward, and then turns upward and inward at the bow stem, where the two lines meet and form the characteristic known as the Whaler smirk, from the visual resemblance of the appearance of the boat from head-on to a smile with down-turned corners.
The length to beam ratio of the outboard boat was 3:1, itself a classic