There are several boat manufacturers and dealerships across the United States, many of which deliver on the promise of building a great boat. Not all of them though go beyond building a great boat. Some deliver a product that is simply up to standards. At Fiesta Marine, we don’t settle for up to standards, we prefer to push past it to deliver the highest quality saltwater pontoon boats available. We are not out to mass produce, or put quantity before quality. Each pontoon boat is built from the floor up, one at a time. We inspect them just as carefully as we build them.
We take other extra steps in building our saltwater pontoon boats as well. We use more materials and steps than other pontoon shipbuilders, including:
- Twice as many structural bulkheads as other competitors, making the pontoon boat more secure and comfortable.
- Seats made from high quality morbern vinyl with a soft leather feel, sewn from the inside to prevent separation from sun damage.
- Fiber-glassed non-skid gel coated decks with a lifetime warranty.
- Hand-laid fiberglass helms and tables.
- Large 23” diameter pontoons with our unrivaled 0.090 gauge hulls and deep running nosecones.
When we offer a customer a pontoon boat, we make sure we offer one of the highest quality around. We don’t just make promises, we build them into a masterpiece. Visit us to discover for yourself why we pride ourselves so much on our craftsmanship.
A pontoon boat can be utilized for a variety of purposes. From business to personal, a pontoon boat is yours to use as you please. When it comes to purchasing a boat though, typically two things come to mind. Fishing, and cruising the waterways. While cruising is a pretty simplistic activity that only requires a boat and a motor, fishing comes with a few more requirements. When considering purchasing a pontoon boat for fishing, be it personal or business, take these tips and ideas into consideration.
Pulling in the Catch: The greatest pride, and the entire idea of fishing is to reel in the big catch. Though this is possible with almost any kind of boat, a pontoon boat can cause this to be a little bit difficult due to the typical trend of having a fenced in deck. When shopping for pontoon boats, try and find one with access to non fenced part of the boat to reel your catch into. Otherwise you have to reel the fish up and over the reeling. This give it even more time to be the one that got away.
Reel Holders: Some pontoon boats come with reel holders, though on a pontoon boat they are typically not made for deep sea fishing. If you plan on casting your rod in more shallow water, then most pontoon boats either come with appropriate reel holders, or can be equipped with such.
Ice Box: On other forms of boats built especially for fishing, will come with a sizable container to hold your catch and keep it fresh. Pontoon boats can be equipped with them, but are typically smaller than the ones equipped on another form of boat. This can be fixed by purchasing an additional container not connected to the pontoon boat. If you are searching for smaller varieties of fish, the normal pontoon boat container should work for the intended use.
With only a small bit of extra work, a pontoon boat can be turned into a perfect fishing vessel for you and your friends. Pontoon boats are spacious, and offer lots of seating. This gives each person plenty of room to call their own, and gives room for friends or family that are not into fishing to sit and relax. Pontoon boats can also be used just for cruising the waterways or relaxing away from the shoreline even when outfitted for fishing.