Manufacturer Provided Description
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.
You d never know it by looking at her outside profile, but a surprising amount of room and luxury features make up the interior of Survivor. Her v-berth alone is enough to wow you with a full mattress and partial walk-around design. She has hardwood floors and cherry cabinetry throughout the cabin, including storage lockers and trays in the v-berth, and drawers and cupboards throughout. Recessed can lighting keep the cabin bright, but she also has ample natural light pouring in. If you wish for privacy, however, there are window coverings. The port side galley is aft and has everything you need to make a great meal on the water with her two-burner Kenyon glass top stove, a nice-sized Dometic CR1110 refrigerator, an inset microwave with built-in coffee station, Corian countertop with space for meal prep, a single basin sink, and cabinet, cubby and drawer storage. Aft of the galley is the vessel head, which has a shower, a deep hand sink and a Vacu-flush Macera head. Four gallons of hot water, a 45-gallon polyethylene water tank and a 20-gallon holding tank serve your on-board water and septic needs. Across from the galley is a nice long cushioned easy-to-clean vinyl bench seat and a removable tabletop for meal times. In the stern and down a step is a wonderfully comfortable U-shaped seating area that converts into an additional double berth at night. A privacy curtain sections this area from the main living. In all, Survivor sleeps five in two double berths and a convertible dinette. She has heat to keep you warm in the cooler months and when the temps are high, Survivor has a rare feature found on Pacific Northwest boats: Cruisair air conditioning with thermostatic controls. Wow!
The cockpit deck on Survivor is expansive and versatile and well-outfitted with extra features you wouldn t always think of, but will really appreciate. Come aboard through the starboard side transom door. She has high gunnels, padded coaming, plenty of fishing rod holders and rocket launchers, tackle storage, fold-down bench seating, a bait prep station and sink, Taco outrigger mounts, a Kenyon electric grill, Scotty 2106 downriggers with plugs, and more! Wide recessed side decks with a railing surround allow you to easily move forward to the bow. Take two steps up from the cockpit to reach the raised helm area that gives you great visibility both fore and aft from the centerline steering console. It has a glass windshield and side panels for protection from wind and inclement weather and an excellent canvas enclosure if you wish to completely enclose this area. A sizeable bench seat is on port and can seat two to three people. A companion seat is to starboard from the captain s chair, which has a lift-up seat so you can stand and lean back instead of sit if you need a change in posture while navigating. A lockable glove box is nearby and beverage holders are dotted throughout the helm area for the convenience of you and your passengers. When you are done for the day, wash this beauty down with her wash sown hose and button her up with her nice canvas package that covers the windshield, her engines, and the entire cockpit.
Engine and Mechanical
A nice push of power behind Survivor comes from her two original Mercury Verado 300 horsepower gas outboard engines. She cruises at 22 knots and has a brisk top speed of 32 knots. Her two aluminum fuel tanks carry a total of 421 gallons and Lenco hydraulic trim tabs keep her nose down and planning nicely, conserving fuel. She has power hydraulic steering with Mercury Binnacle controls and when its time to dock, it is easily done with her Lewmar bow thruster. For anchoring she has an electric drum winch with clutch and a Wildcat anchor and a healthy supply of chain and line.
Electrical and Electronics
Survivor has a well-rounded navigation electronics package, including her Garmin autopilot and a Northstar 8000i GPS and plotter. She has a Simrad Open Array radar and for communications, a Northstar VHF. Curious about how your engines are doing? Survivor also has VesselView on her dash, which is an information display system that keeps track of several of your boat systems and allows you to display information about your engine, genset, depth sounder and more. There are other features at the helm you need to see to appreciate, including her forward-facing spotlight with remote control. She comes with a battery charter, two start batteries, two housebanks, and Panda 8000NE diesel generator set that provides power while away from the dock so you have electric power to your cabin comforts of home while underway. At the shore, plug her into 30-amp shore power. Entertainment features were also well-addressed. She has a stereo system with several deck speakers, a 20-inch flatscreen TV, and CMD-5 satellite radio.
Safety equipment includes smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, high water bilge alarm and two bilge pumps. She has a Halon Fire Boy GG-2 engine room fire suppression system. Check this one out for sure!
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.