This 1986 Boston Whaler Montauk Guardian is a fantastic boat. This commercial built Whaler currently resides with its 3rd owner. This Guardian has all of the original grab rails included in the dive package that came with this boat. The boat use to be used by the Coast Guard as a search and rescu...more
This 1986 Boston Whaler Montauk Guardian is a fantastic boat. This commercial built Whaler currently resides with its 3rd owner. This Guardian has all of the original grab rails included in the dive package that came with this boat. The boat use to be used by the Coast Guard as a search and rescue vessel. There are two grab rails between the port and starboard side and one across the stern of the boat which can be used for towing.
This solid built center console is set up to fish. There are ample amount of rod holders on the stern tow rail and around the center console. The boat also has a 23 gallon live well located towards the stern of the boat.
This Whaler is in great shape for its age. It has been stored out of the water on a lift at the owners residence. The engine has only 200 hours on it and starts right up. The fuel tank located on deck under the center console seat has a blue cover on it which adds great cosmetic appeal. This is classic Whaler is ready for the water.
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