Instead of using a traditional hull to stay afloat, a pontoon boat rests on several pontoons. A pontoon is simply a hollow tube filled with air to provide buoyancy. You’ll recognize a pontoon boat by its long, spacious deck that doesn’t taper at the stern or bow. If you want to enjoy the waters of Rice Lake, Hayward, and Cumberland, look at our new and used Berkshire pontoon boats for sale.
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Why Check Out Our Pontoons for Sale?
Pontoon boats don’t roll like traditional hulled boats, so the platform stays stable, and the boat is very easy to drive and dock as a result. Stability combines with space to make pontoons a winner for families, especially since they’re practically impossible to flip. With those advantages, you’ll be surprised to learn that pontoons for sale are generally a lot less expensive than powerboats, which also makes them far cheaper to insure — you can put the extra money towards a larger boat or simply enjoy the savings.