2006 Boston Whaler 255 Conquest

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255 Conquest
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Saltwater Fishing 1
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Boston Whaler 255 Conquest 2006

2006 Boston Whaler 255 Conquest

This Boston Whaler 255 Conquest is ready to take out on any body of water, cruising or fishing. The 150-gallon fuel capacity allows you to cover a lot of territory in comfort, thanks to the superior ride of the Accutrack hull with its deep-V entry. Onboard amenities include plenty of storage, a cockpit shower, and a recessed walkaround for secure bow access. Through the lockable cabin door, owners will find more overnight comforts than expected on a boat of this size. There is a wetbar sink with faucet, portholes that open, a Porcelain Porta-Potti with deck pump-out, a cushy V-berth with a tv/dvd, windless anchor and much more. It has two VHF radios, two c-90 radar, gps, fish finder, bluetooth alpine sound system, and raw water wash down. The 255 is powered with twin Mercury Verado's with 980 hours, mostly trolling hours. Set up with two Scotty down rigger plates with electrical plug in and an Alaskan pot puller mount with electrical plug in. Also has a kicker motor bracket and direct outlet to the main gas tank. Comes with an EZ go bunk trailer with surge disc brakes, new last year. This boat has been very well kept up and serviced.

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