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Expert Pontoon boats Reviews
What are pontoon boats?
Medium-sized, trailerable vessels called pontoon boats are commonly utilized for on-the-water activities like day cruising, freshwater fishing and watersports. Ranging from 16 feet to 29 feet, these types of vessels usually average 23 feet. Several boat building companies produce these vessels, using hull types such as pontoon, modified vee, deep vee, trimaran and other. Boat Trader currently has 20,896 pontoon boats for sale, including 18,139 new vessels and 2,756 used boats, listed by both private sellers and professional yacht brokers and boat dealerships across the country.
What are the best pontoon boats?
Currently, some of the most popular manufacturers of pontoon boats include Bennington, Sun Tracker, Sylvan, Harris and Barletta. These builders design pontoon boats models with outboard, outboard-4S, inboard/outboard, inboard and other propulsion systems, available in gas, electric, diesel, LPG and other fuel systems. The top, most popular pontoon boats brands on Boat Trader during the previous 30 days were Avalon, Bennington, Harris, Sea-Doo and Sun Tracker.
How much do pontoon boats cost?
Prices for pontoon boats on Boat Trader range from a reasonable $12,500 at the lower-cost segment to $222,989 for the more lavish boat crafts. While smaller, more efficient utility models may have engines with as modest as 40 horsepower on them, models with the most power can have motors up to 500 horsepower (although the average power size is 150HP).
Why are pontoon boats popular?
The shallow draft and average beam of pontoon boats are well-known features that make these boats perfect for day cruising, freshwater fishing and watersports. Pontoon boats are also popular boats for rivers and lakes and other shallow fresh bodies of water. Within our current availability, these pontoon boats can hold up to 18 people, but usually averages 12. Boat Trader is positive you'll find the boat you're searching for with 20,896 pontoon boats now posted for sale and 3,349 boats uploaded within the last month.