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What are pontoon boats?
Pontoon boats are medium-sized, trailerable vessels generally used for on-the-water activities such as day cruising, freshwater fishing and watersports. These vessels can range in size, with the smallest current boat listed at 16 feet in length, to the longest vessel measuring in at 35 feet, and an average length of 23 feet. These boats are designed and manufactured by a wide variety of boat building companies with hull types including pontoon, modified vee, deep vee, flat and other designs. Boat Trader currently has 12,475 pontoon boats for sale, including 10,568 new vessels and 1,907 used boats, listed by both private sellers and professional boat dealerships across the country.
What are the best pontoon boats?
Some of the most notorious designers of pontoon boats as of today include: Bennington, Sylvan, Sun Tracker, Harris and Barletta. These builders produce pontoon boats models with outboard, outboard-4S, inboard, inboard/outboard and outboard-2S propulsion systems, available in gas, diesel, electric and other fuel systems. In the past 30 days, the top, most-viewed pontoon boats brands on Boat Trader were Avalon, Bennington, Manitou, Premier and Sun Tracker.
How much do pontoon boats cost?
Pontoon boats for sale on Boat Trader are available for a range of prices from a sensible $9,906 on the most reasonably-priced watercraft all the way up to $246,550 for the most luxurious yachts. Models with more power can handle motors up to 700 horsepower, while the smallest utility models may have as little as 20 horsepower engines on them (although the average power size is 150 HP).
Why are pontoon boats popular?
Pontoon boats are popular for their very deep draft and average beam, attributes that make these boats a great option for day cruising, freshwater fishing and watersports. From our current listings, the average number of passengers that pontoon boats can hold onboard is 12 people with a maximum of 20. Also, with 12,475 pontoon boats now listed for sale and 1,806 boats added in the past 30 days, Boat Trader is confident you’ll find the boat you are looking for.