Loaded with luxurious features and designed for a comfortable day on the water, Pontoons have gained enormous popularity. These boats can have two-pontoons (floats) or three known as "tri-toons," which are generally designed for higher horsepower exceeding 50-knots. Perfect for large parties, fishing, or towing, a pontoon has many uses making it the perfect versatile boat.
The Versatility BoatBoaters seeking an easy and versatile boat for inshore boating often find pontoon boats meet all of their needs. With so much versatility for layout and finishes, they can range from affordable and simple to incredibly luxurious day boats set up for fishing, cruising or both. Enjoy customization with lighting upgrades, entertainment systems, summer kitchens, wet bars, and upper decks. You could even find yourself making a splash with a water slide. One of the most exciting features for many boaters is a pontoon's ability to comfortably seat a dozen or more people. Being very versatile these boats are also used for inshore fishing, tubing, waterskiing and simply cruising around.
Tritoon BoatsIf you're more interested in speed and stability, you may want to consider a tritoon boat (three tubes). The center pontoon tube improves comfort and handling and allows the boat to exceed 50-knots. An unexpected option for those who love water sports, but also enjoy casual cruising. The advanced and more comfortable ride offers a thrilling boating experience most boaters wouldn't expect from a pontoon.
An Excellent Fishing VesselThe stable platform of a pontoon makes it an excellent option for fishing. The customization capabilities feature options for fishing rod-holders, special seating, fish finders, and live bait wells. With plenty of space for everyone, enjoy a comfortable day on the water with your favorite group of fishing buddies.