Mission: The mission of Boston Whaler is to provide consumers with the safest, highest quality, most durable boats in the world.
Did you know our Boston Whaler Edgewater facility is undergoing an expansion? This major transformation creates new opportunities for career growth in manufacturing, business operations and product innovation. View our openings at: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQsc
Thank you, Liz Bell, for 21 years of service at Boston Whaler and for empowering women in manufacturing. Throughout her career, Liz has trained hundreds of new employees sharing her strong work ethic and dedication.
Since 1958, Boston Whaler has been building superior quality, unsinkable sport fishing, pleasure and yacht tender boats. With headquarters in Edgewater, FL,the company’s unique foam-cored construction process contributes not only unsurpassed flotation, but also superior ride characteristics and durability.
The current product line ranges from 11 to 42 feet and is distributed around the world by a network of exceptional dealers. For more information about The Unsinkable Legend™, please visit www.bostonwhaler.com. Boston Whaler is owned by Brunswick Corporation, the largest marine manufacturer in the world.
Working at Boston Whaler means working in an environment that:
Boston Whaler employees taking time out for a fun golf tournament
SAFE BOATING WEEK
We are proud to support Safe Boating Week. Always wear a life jacket when you’re out on the water!
A day in the life of a Boston Whaler Employee.
Boston Whaler goes PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Our employees supporting the American Heart Association's Go RED day to support the prevention of heart disease.
Our Boston Whaler employees raise money every year for March of Dimes while joining the county Walk-A-Thon.
I have been working at Boston Whaler full-time (More than 10 years)
Very good benefits; profit sharing, 401k match, medical, dental, vision, company paid short term disability, tuition reimbursement.
If you dont want to put in a hard days work, this is not for you. Loud, fiberglass dust in air, chemical smell.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Boston Whaler (Edgewater, FL) in August 2014.
Phone Screening, Initial Interview, Panel Interview with four people in the department, then a final interview with my boss. The interviews were not difficult, but they were nerve racking. I felt good about the process when it was all said and done.