34' Boston Whaler 2008



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34' Boston Whaler 2008


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Powered by triple Mercury 250 Verado 4-stroke engines with  590 hours. Loaded with almost every Factory Option including Bow Thruster, Diesel Generator, Electronics Package (radar, GPS plotter, digital fish finder, VHF), Satellite TV, Satellite Ready Stereo, Cruising Package (air-conditioning/heat units, BBQ, water heater, microwave oven, stove top, refrigerator, cockpit freezer), Canvas Package and lots more. Well equipped for west coast fishing with outriggers, rod holders, bait tank, tackle center and wired for down-riggers.

A roomy cabin, full galley, large head and lots of storage make the 345 Conquest ideal for extended cruising. There is sleeping for five and a removable dinette for mealtime. The 345 Conquest boasts a huge cockpit space and is a perfectly balanced design for both fish fighting or entertaining. Its helm deck area with glass windows is elevated for superior visibility fore and aft. The recessed bow walk-around provides more secure-feeling access to the anchor locker and bow area. The cabin interior is warm and inviting, thanks to rich accoutrements including cherry cabinetry, granite-colored countertops and decorator vinyls and accents. You don’t have to sacrifice comfort for fishability.


LOA: 35' 11" (10.95 m) (with pulpit)
Beam: 11' 8" (3.56 m)
Draft: 22" (.56 m)
Weight (dry, no engine): 14,200 lbs (6,441.0 kg)
Maximum Weight Capacity: 5,580 lbs (2,531 kg)
Swamped Capacity: 4,900 lbs (2,222 kg)
Persons Capacity: 14

Deadrise at Transom: 20°
Fuel Capacity: 421 gallons (1,594 L)
Maximum Engine Weight: 2,100 lbs (953 kg)
Transom Height: 30" (.76 m)
Water Capacity: 45 gallons (170.3 L)
Waste Capacity: 20 gallons (75.71 L)
Bridge Clearance with Hard-Top: 10' 0" (3.05 m), 11' 2" (3.40 m)
Bridge Clearance with Radar: 11' 1" (3.38 m)
Bridge Clearance with Upper Station and Outriggers: 23' (7.00 m)
Bridge Clearance with Upper Station: 17' (5.18 m)
Centerline Length: 34' (10.36 m) (hull only)
Transom Angle: 15°
Cockpit Depth: 28" (.71 m)


Triple 250 horse power Mercury® Verado Four-Stroke engines ( 590 hours since new)
Color Vessel View 7" computer display
Electronic engine control
Power steering
Network connection to electronics package for navigation and fuel economy
Stainless steel propellers
Power trim and tilt


(2) 12” E140 color multifunction display by RayMarine
48-mile High Definition Radar with open array
Digital Depth/fish finder with thru-hull transducer
Digital WAAS GPS plotter
Autopilot with GPS interface
Scanning VHF radio
Spotlight with wireless remote control
Clarion stereo with remote control at helm


Diesel generator (8 kW) in sound shield with 20-gallon fuel tank
Dual 30 amp shore power inlets
Isolation transformer
(3) Battery banks (start and accessory) with switches
Battery switches with parallel
(2) Shore power cord and connection
Automatic battery charger
Dedicated bow thruster battery bank with charger


Down rigger 12 volt outlets
Downrigger weight racks
Rod holders (stainless steel) around cockpit coaming (4)
Rod holders (stainless steel) at transom (3)
Forward deck mounted stainless steel rod holders (2)
Rocket launchers in hard-top (6)
Insulated bait tank with light, raw water fill and flow control
Tackle center with drawer storage
Rod storage in cabin
Large fish boxes with electric pump-out in cockpit deck


All Rails Welded 316-L Stainless Steel
All Hardware 316-L Stainless Steel
Vinylester barrier coat
10" Stainless steel cleats; bow (2), stern with hawse pipes (2 per side) (4), spring line (2), bow pulpit (1), cross tie cleats at transom (2)
28" interior freeboard
Cockpit coaming bolsters
Cockpit shower with hot and cold water
Cockpit blue and white LED courtesy lighting
Self bailing cockpit
Stainless steel cockpit toe rails with downrigger weight holders (2 per side)
Drink holders
Anchor locker freshwater washdown system
Integral bow pulpit with stainless steel roller assembly
Motor well drains
Bow and stern eyes
Heavy-duty rub rail
Stainless steel grab rails
Welded stainless steel bow rail
Acrylic transom door with stainless steel latch
Covered telescoping stainless steel swim ladder with stainless steel grab rail


Portside sink
Built-in Bar-B-Que
Fiberglass carry on cooler with cushion
Drawer and tackle storage
Refrigerator / freezer


Center helm layout
12-V receptacle
Accent gelcoat color to reduce glare
Air conditioning/Heat unit with vents (4)
Cast stainless steel steering wheel with knob
Dash visor
Electrical switch panel with circuit breaker protection and illuminated text
Locking glove box
Remote ignition key switches with pushbutton start at helm


Center helm seat with premium pedestal, vertical adjustment, adjustable slide and cushions
Helm and companion footrests
Fold-away stern bench seat
Port lounge
Slide out cockpit cooler seat with cushion
Starboard companion seat with adjustable slide bolster


Bilge storage tray
Bow anchor locker with drains
Cabin interior rod racks (4)
Cedar lined hanging locker with light
Downrigger weight holders (4)
Fire extinguisher pocket
Forward berth gunnel storage shelf
In deck ? shboxes with pump-out (2)
Storage cabinets at galley
Storage drawer under starboard seat
Storage drawers under island bed
Storage tray under island bed
Storage under port lounge
Storage under starboard settee
Under gunnel rod racks (4)


Aft polycarbonate curtain with door
Cockpit ?ood lights
Dome courtesy / chart lights with red and white lenses
Integrated windshield and hardtop
Windshield wipers
Hardtop with electronics mounting surface
Overhead opening deck hatches (2)
Premium integrated stereo speakers (4)
Rod holders (6)


Cabin lights with dimmer switches
Dockside TV / phone inlets
DVD player
Fixed portholes (4)
20" ? at screen HDTV
Hardwood cabin sole
Lockable acrylic cabin door
Stereo system - Clarion AM / FM digital with CD player, iPod controls, 6 premium waterproof speakers (2 cabin, 4 cockpit), remote control at helm, USB and MP3 inputs
Satellite radio ready - Sirius satellite receiver with antenna
Easy to clean interior materials


Carbon monoxide detector
Island bed with ? tted sheet, comforter, two regular size pillowcases and throw pillows
Opening hatch with solar shade and sky screen
Powered headrest


Carbon monoxide detector
Hardwood cabin sole
Privacy curtain
Reading light
Throw pillows
U-shape seating that converts to berth


Coverts to single berth
Rod storage with accent lighting
Throw pillows
Removable Wood table with base


Electric ?at cook-top with touch controls
Microwave with built-in coffee maker
Solid surface countertop
Refrigerator 12-V / 120-V (3.9 cubic feet)
Sink with hot and cold water faucet
Trash receptacle
Wood grain ?nish cabinets with storage


Shower sump pump
Vacu-Flush toilet, holding tank, dockside pump-out, overboard discharge and tank level indicator
Full length mirror
Solid surface vanity countertop
Powered ventilation
Pullout showerhead with mixer valve
Sink with hot and cold faucet
Soap and toothbrush holder
Toilet paper holder
Vanity grab rail
Vanity storage
Shower curtain


Fuel tanks (2 for 421 gallons total)
Tilt steering
Stainless steel propellers
Cabin air conditioning (12,000 BTU), reverse cycle
Cockpit air conditioning (18,000 BTU), reverse cycle
Electric dual trumpet horns
Automatic bilge pumps
High water bilge pump with alarm
Battery switches
Advanced battery management system
Bow thruster (4 kW)
Machinery space lighting
Dockside hook up and tank level indicator for hot and cold pressurized water system
Electric trim tabs with indicator
LED Navigation lights
Livewell (40-gallon) with blue interior, raw-water ? ll and light
Raw-water washdown
Anchor winch
Anchor with chain and rode
Freshwater tank (45-gallons)

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice



Info from POWER BOAT TEST...


the 345 Conquest has a very unusual coupe design that keeps you out in the fresh air but protects you from wind and spray. The 345 is the largest Whaler in the Conquest line and is not a walk around like its smaller siblings, but has grown into an express cruiser. We think it is an exciting concept in this size and type of boat.
Boston Whaler 345 Conquest Pilothouse (2010-) Specifications
Length Overall 35' 11''
11.0 m Dry Weight 14,200 lbs.
6,441 kg
Beam 11' 8''
3.6 m Tested Weight N/A
Draft 1' 10''
0.6 m Weight Capacity N/A
Draft Up N/A Person Capacity N/A
Draft Down N/A Fuel Capacity 421 gal.
Air Draft N/A Water Capacity 45 gal.
Deadrise/Transom N/A Length on Trailer N/A
Max Headroom N/A Height on Trailer N/A
Bridge Clearance 11' 2''
3.4 m Trailer Weight N/A
Total Package Weight (Trailer,Boat & Engine) N/A
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.
Engine Options
Boston Whaler 345 Conquest Pilothouse (2010-) Engine options
Std. Power 2 x 300-hp Mercury Verado four-strokes
Tested Power Currently no test numbers
Opt. Power Not Available

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Boston Whaler 345 Conquest Pilothouse (2010-) Captain's Report
Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

The 345 Conquest is a go-anywhere boat and draws only 1’10” (.6 m). Bahamas anyone? You can cruise this boat just as well as fish from her.

The 345 Conquest is designed for serious long-distance cruising to exotic fishing spots or a deserted sandy beach in places like the Turks and Caicos. (Nassau to the Turks on one tank of fuel is possible at best cruise.) With this boat you can think big.

The Boston Whaler 345 Conquest is built with the same Unibond construction the company has been famous for since day one. Yes, it’s unsinkable and yes, you can probably saw one in half and float around the harbor on it if you want to. But at a base price of $347,709 with twin 300 XXL Verados you might want to take out your aggressions on something cheaper.

Now, that you have caught your breath over the price, let us hasten to add that with the 345 boat Boston Whaler has entered into a different class of boat than it has ever built before. The 345 is not a walk around like the rest of the Conquest series, nor is it a center console on steroids like the newer 370 Outrage. Rather, it is an outboard-powered express cruiser. Further, she is designed and built to handle blue water and go long distances in sloppy conditions.

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

The 345 Conquest is more fuel-efficient with the three 250-hp outboards shown here, than with twin 300s.

To our way of looking at things, this is a bold departure for Boston Whaler. In most respects this boat is much more of a radical departure than the 370 Outrage, and it is a boat that we would much rather take for long-range cruising or deep-sea fishing. Suffice it to say the Conquest is one of the best-built boats you’ll find in class, and she is one of the few (if any) 34’ express cruisers on the market that claims to float level if swamped. Boston Whaler says that its 345 Conquest can be swamped and still support 4,900 lbs. (2222 kgs.) of weight (such as passengers and gear). That single attribute provides an incredible amount of peace of mind to anyone wanting to take their boat on some serious blue water trips.

In addition to unsinkable build, the 345 is also loaded with equipment that almost never comes standard in boat of this type and size, things like a diesel generator, A/C, and bow thruster. (FYI – Whaler’s bow thruster is a new patent-pending design that eliminates the tube in the bow of the boat.) You can even have Whaler install electronics for you off of its option list, so then all you need to go fishing is your gear and soda.

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

This view gives you a good idea of the size of the interior. By the looks of things, Harry might want the forward berth all to himself, and that sweet thing on the right could sleep on the dinette bench seat which makes into a bunk – or in the mid cabin.

The Concept

Boston Whaler designers enclosed the bridge deck and helm with a no-nonsense pilothouse or coupe – when something like this comes along one never knows quite what to call it at first. In any case, whatever you call it, this enclosed bridge area will keep things cozy (or livable, at least) even on winter’s margins in the Pacific Northwest, southern Alaska, in Maine or Georgian Bay. We like any new idea that can extend the boat season, or make boating more comfortable for Mom and the kids in northern latitudes where you can get a cold day in the middle of August. Conversely, if you are in the tropics in August, you’ve got the A/C. Full marks to the Whaler design team on this one.

Obviously, this permanent hardtop and enclosure looks a lot better, and is a lot more durable than having some sort of jury-rigged cruising canvas with isinglass. You can’t have windshield wipers with isinglass, so what to you do in a heavy down pour or when you are powering to windward in stiff breeze and you are taking sheets of spray every five seconds? If you are a serious boater – either cruising or fishing – the 345 Conquest is a boat to be considered.

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

The gun rack is handy and decorative as well. The boat can sleep five people.

The Bridge

The centerline helm has room for mounting two 15” multifunction screens. Two overhead hatches provide a breeze when running. Windshield washers, integrated stereo speakers and six rod holders are standard. The center windshield has a full pane of safety glass and it opens outward by electric actuation to provide breeze at the helm. The aft “bulkhead” is a curtain rather than a solid door, so in warm weather the cockpit and bridge can be made almost one space by rolling up the canvas.

The Business End

The cockpit is a fisherman’s paradise, with four gunwale-mounted rod holders and three more across the transom. Coaming bolsters are standard, as is a prep center with a sink, cutting board, carry-on cooler and lots of stowage space. There’s a refrigerator/freezer in the cockpit, too. A hot/cold shower is also standard.

The cool thing about Boston Whaler is that they put all this stuff aboard as standard equipment, so the base price doesn’t take off into the stratosphere when you actually start to equip the boat; most of the equipment you will want is already included.

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

Pretty much a typical galley for this size and type of boat.


Below decks, the Conquest is set up for comfortable cruising, with a centerline island berth forward and U-shaped seating under the helm that easily converts to another double. A settee, usually seating for the table, becomes a single berth when necessary. There’s more rod stowage here, too. The galley includes a microwave oven, 12v/120v. refrigerator, electric cooktop and coffeemaker.

You’ll find a VacuFlush toilet in the head, plumbed for both dockside pump-out and overboard discharge. For entertainment, there’s a 20” flat screen TV, Clarion stereo and Sirius satellite radio receiver. What’s not to like?

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

Power by Mercury, Of Course

Since both Boston Whaler and Mercury outboards are owned by the same company – the Brunswick Corporation – it is not surprising that Whalers come equipped and rigged only for Mercury power. Twin 300-hp Mercury supercharged Verado four-stroke outboards are standard, but if that’s not enough you can opt for triple 250s (adds $30,119). If, for some reason, you want triple 300-hp Verados, the boat is rated to handle them.

We have not tested this boat so we can’t give our 3rd-party performance measurements and Captain’s appraisal of handling, ergonomics and other issues. The kind folks at Whaler tell us that the 345 Conquest with the twin 300-hp Verados will produce a WOT of over 37 knots (and, 46 knots with triple 300s). Whaler says that its best cruise with the twin 300s is 22.5 knots and gets .72 nmpg (2.7 lpnm).

The triple 250s are actually more economical at cruise, according to Whaler: At 4000 rpm, the boat runs at 24.7 knots and burns .96 nmpg (3.6 lpnm), for a cruising range of about 390 nm, with a 10% fuel reserve. That is very good range, indeed, for this type of boat, thanks to its 421 gallon (1599 L) fuel capacity.

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

This is the mid cabin tucked in under the bridge deck as is standard design on an express cruiser.

Top end with the three Mercs is 44 knots, Whaler says. In either case you get an 8-kW diesel generator with a 15-gallon fuel tank, a 4-kw bow thruster, cockpit and cabin A/C, dockside water hookups and dual 30-amp shore power inlets with isolation transformers. The way Whaler has rigged the 345 Conquest, you can buy the base boat, add electronics and go; it’s ocean-ready out of the box.

This express cruiser has a 20-degree deadrise which should make her relatively comfortable at best cruise in normal conditions. At 14,200 lbs. (6,441 kgs.) you have a lot of beef under you. The depth of the cockpit is 28” in the stern, which is a nice compromise between making it easy to boat fish, but not so low as to make easy to fall overboard. The boat’s beam is 11’8” (3.6 m).

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest


Hopefully by this time you have gotten a better picture of the totality of the Boston Whaler 345 Conquest. This boat is not for the casual weekend fisherman who only wants to go out on the bay or the sound, or just a few miles offshore. For those purposes, we say the 345 is over-kill, unless you just like the idea of owning a boat that could do most anything you wanted. Rather, this boat was designed for the boater who wants a relatively small boat for reasons of easy maintenance and low operating expense, but also wants to be able to take it most anywhere, most any time, just as one might with a far larger boat. For example, if you want to 150 miles offshore to the canyons, or cruise down the Dalmatian coast, or go from Chicago across Lake Michigan to Mackinaw Island, the 345 conquest can do it. As the name implies, the 345 Conquest was intended for adventure.

Boston Whaler 345 Conquest

Because of its 421 gallon fuel tank the 345 can make it from Nassau to Turks and Caicos on one tank of fuel when powered by triple 250 Mercs at best cruise. Sounds like a great trip to us. Nassau is less than 200 miles from Miami.

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Standard and Optional Equipment
Boston Whaler 345 Conquest Pilothouse (2010-) Standard and Optional Equipment
Air Cond./Heat Optional
Battery Charger/Converter Optional
CD Stereo Standard
Head: Fixed Standard
Power Steering Standard
Shore Power Optional
Trim Tabs Standard
TV/DVD Standard
Washdown: Fresh Water Standard
Washdown: Raw Water Standard
Windlass Standard
Coffeemaker Standard
Microwave Standard
Refrigerator Standard
Stove Standard
Exterior Features
Hardtop Standard
Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
Swim Ladder Standard
Transom Door Standard
Transom Shower Standard
Boats More Than 30 Feet
Bow Thruster Optional
Generator Optional
Standard = Standard Optional = Optional



Boston Whaler


345 Conquest

Cruise Speed:


Max Speed:


Range NMI:



11' 8"

Engine Details:

Mercury CXL DTS Verado FourStroke

Engine 1:

300.00 HP

Engine 2:

300.00 HP

Engine Fuel:

Outboard 4 Stroke Gas/Petrol

Fuel Capacity:

347 GAL

Water Capacity:



The 345 Conquest is the largest, most comfortable and capable Unibond cabin boat in Whaler history. Along with the unsinkable safety that only Whaler can assure, this spacious boat is configured for the maximum enjoyment of deepwater fish fighting, cruising and dockside socializing. Best-in-class features include an integrated windshield and hard top, a centerline helm and a luxurious interior. This boat provides a smooth, dry ride and exceptional performance.

Additional Mercury twin engines available. Fuel with triple engines is 421 gallons.

This listing is presented to you courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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