Value Pontoon Boats: Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

Boating doesn’t have to be a rich man’s sport, especially if you know where to look for value in a pontoon boat. In this video we’ll look at some examples that represent real value – the maximum bang for your buck – in a number of popular makes and models. We’ll look at Sun Tracker pontoons, Cypress Cay, and Aqua Patio, and see where some of their specific models represent real value.

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William Walley says:

Great video!!! Literally no info whatsoever

Covfefe says:

you better pick that fucking cash back up

Dyno Don says:

I have had my Tracker 22 with a115 Mercury for 4 years and we use it year around and have had no problems. I don’t miss my fiberglass runabout at all.

Stinky Potatos says:

Dickhole littering

Will says:

I want that lake’s name. I’m getting that money

Uncle Big Boobs Bear says:

Yeah that aqua patio is only about 70 grand give or take. That’s VALUE!!! Oh but wait, at least I get FIBERGLASS SEAT BASES!!! GTFOH

brewse64 says:

……..years later as he was rummaging through a garbage can, his mind drifted off to that time when he………:D

Jay A says:

I can’t see putting as money in a pontoon boat as I did my truck. I use my truck daily and look at my pontoon boat in the backyard during the winter and maybe use it once every other weekend during nice weather.. I paid two thousand for my 1998 Sun Tracker with trailer and put a new Yamaha 70hp on it because I don’t like Force engines. I ended putting ten thousand total. We have just as much fun as those who spend twenty thousand on up. Don’t get me wrong if you want to spend that much on a boat that’s your choice. I understand they even have ten year financing so by the time you get it paid off it isn’t worth much.  I’m just sayin there is a lot of used boats out there that are in good condition  that are a lot cheaper and just as much fun.

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