Boston Whaler recently unveiled its exciting new 130 and 160 Super Sport, which feature a keel-up redesign for Whaler’s popular Super Sport series.

The new models are available with a variety of seating configurations, features and options, making these family-friendly skiffs easy to customize for activities such as watersports, fishing, exploring and more.

The Super Sports have a precision-engineered hull and an extremely shallow draft (10 inches on the 160; 9 inches on the 130) that allows boaters to navigate big lakes and small, hidden waterways with equal confidence.

Each model includes an intuitive side-console helm station, complete with two full-sized drink holders.

A standard Mercury Four Stroke engine is featured — 40 horsepower on the 130 and 75 horsepower on the 160.

The profile of either model can be enhanced by new graphics options including several rear-accent hull colors. Comfort has also been maximized, and an intelligent layout makes both models feel much larger than their respective lengths.

The boats also feature new dual aft swim platforms and a stainless-steel aft swim ladder. Storage has been improved, with a new lockable storage compartment in front of the console to keep valuables secure.

An optional bow cushion turns the front of the boat into an inviting place to lounge. For watersports fans, the 160 Super Sport is available with a powder-coated ski tow or ski arch, an optional 90-horsepower Mercury engine, and an optional 19-gallon fuel tank upgrade.

Additional options include a sun-top with boot and stainless-steel fittings, and a removable windshield, both lending protection from the elements.

To learn more about the new Boston Whaler 130 Super Sport and 160 Super Sport, contact your local Boston Whaler New England dealer.


Boston Whaler’s 130 Super Sport.