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Pontoon boats are ideal for inland lakes and rivers, but that doesn’t mean they’re not fit for ocean waters. In fact, they’re often used on the ocean, though generally close to shore and in inter-coastal areas such as bays and inlets. A pontoon’s seaworthiness and safety on the ocean depends on the boat’s size, performance, […]
Lansing, Michigan – Manitou Pontoon Boats is delighted to announce that they are once again a recipient of a Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) Award from the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) for exceptional customer service. The 2017 Marine Industry CSI Award in the Pontoon Boats category marks the 17th consecutive CSI awarded to Manitou Pontoon Boats. […]
Bottom paint (also called antifouling paint) is one of many recommendations for maintaining recreational and commercial boats. So do pontoon boats need it? The short answer: It depends on where and how you use the pontoon. In Freshwater: Pontoons that are moored in freshwater for the season will benefit from bottom painting. Without it, the […]
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Manitou’s flagship model is destined to become a modern classic. BY ALAN JONES Manitou is one of the builders that has made twin-outboard pontoons more mainstream than anyone would have imagined a few years ago, which makes sense given the pontoon’s similarities to catamaran hulls that often have twins. Unlike twin-outboard monohulls that have their […]
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For many people, pontoon boats are associated with Grandpa’s old ‘toon idling lazily around the lake with the grandkids fishing off the side. Early pontoons were not fast enough for watersports and had few of the modern conveniences that cuddy cabins and bowriders could provide. In the late 1980s, manufacturers like Manitou Pontoons from Lansing, […]