Length (ft/in): 24'2"
Deck length (ft/in): 22'1"
Deck width (in): 102"
Max. recommended HP: 150
Fuel capacity (gal): 32
Pontoon log length (ft/in): 22'3"
Pontoon log diameter (in): 24"
Pontoon log material (5052 marine alloy): 0.08
Max. person capacity (persons): 10
Max. person weight (lbs): 1,460
Max. persons/motor/gear weight (lbs): 2,130
Interior depth (in): 24"
Average dry weight (lbs): 2,120
Average package weight (lbs): 3,953
Package height (ft/in): 9'5"
Package width (ft/in): 8'6"
Towing length (ft/in): 32'6"
Storage length (ft/in): 32'6"
Premium marine upholstery
Stainless steel and coated carbon steel fasteners
24" (60.96 cm) diameter, .080 pontoon logs with individual chambers and internal supports
7-ply, 3/4" (1.91 cm) pressure-treated deck with every panel mechanically fastened to Z-bars
All-aluminum, box beam transom
Full-width extruded Z-bar deck support hidden fastener system
Heavy-duty reinforced deck trim
Heavy-duty, 1-piece extruded M-bracket deck support throughout
Multi-density furniture foam for maximum comfort
Plush starboard bow lounge and two port side reclining chairs with self-leveling arms
Luxury woven cushioned floor
Easy-to-deploy color-coordinated 11&39; (2.74 m) Bimini top with adjustable hold-down arm, LED lighting, storage pockets and matching protective boot with logo
Extra deep rain channels on all molded couch bases for drier storage
Stowable table with molded-in drink holders
Midship L-lounge with rotomolded, drained storage
500 GPH (1,893 LPH) aerator pump
LED navigation lights and built-in docking lights
LED courtesy lighting throughout
Motor kill switch with lanyard
Phone management system with power outlets
Sealed wiring connectors
Wiring encased in conduit to prevent chafing
Conveniently located 12V and USB outlets
Speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and trim gauge
Adjustable, swiveling and reclining helm chair with self-leveling arms and storage pouch
Back-lit switch legends
Recessed storage area
Enclosed in-console cooler compartment with door-mounted molded storage
Ergonomically-located throttle and steering wheel
Tilt steering wheel
Illuminated, flush-mounted push-button stainless steel switches
Kicker stereo with Bluetooth input and 4 speakers
Molded shroud with soft-touch finish
Automotive-style fuse panel
Powder- and clear-coated pontoon logs
4:2 rotary steering with tilt
Factory-rigged Mercury outboard motors
Performance-enhancing extended motor pod
2 aft fold-down, swiveling fishing chairs
Aft fishing station with livewell, tool and gear storage
7&39; 6" (2.29 m) starboard lockable rod box with organizer
Composite aft livewell lid
Pre-wired for easy installation of optional trolling motor and trolling motor front gate
Bold exterior styling combining dimensional chrome graphics and externally-mounted anodized railings
.032"-thick (1.02 mm) high-sheen fence panels
Noise-dampening fence insulation
Stylish deck trim with rub rail and highly polished aft corner castings
1-1/4" (3.2 cm) railing with mooring cover mounting track
4-step, fold-down, telescoping stainless steel boarding ladder with two tall handrails
Snapless, trailerable mooring cover with removable bow extension for full coverage at home, in the slip or on the road
Elevated fencing for better drainage and ventilation
4 Fold-down stainless steel cleats
Front porch area
Aft boarding platform
Mount for optional ski pylon
Port wheelchair-accessible gate
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