Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona

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Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2019 Sun Tracker Bass Buggy 18 DLX

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale by owner
Location: Mesa, AZ
Remarks: 2019 Sun Tracker Bass Buggy 18 DLX and Trailer. Great family and fishing pontoon LOW hours. New flooring in 2020 60 HP 4 stroke Mercury motor 2 live bait wells. Great condition and... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 1966 Sylvan 40

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Peoria, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #283038 Reason for selling is Purchasing more for rental fleet . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! Converted party barge wit... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2024 Tahoe 23 LTZ Quad Lounger Special

 

new Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Mesa, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #385580 ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! If you are in the market for a pontoon boat, look no further than this 2024 Tahoe 23... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2022 Sunchaser Geneva 20LR PSB

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Prescott Valley, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #380945 Reason for selling is Not using enough. . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! A Stunning customized pontoon boat that ... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2021 Tahoe Grand Island GT 2580 CR

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Clarkdale, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #399589 Reason for selling is Not using . This Tahoe has now been on the market more than a month. Please submit your offer today! Added upper deck/slide and only 54 hour... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 1997 27 foot Sun Tracker Commander

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #368599 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/368599 Reason for selling is No Longer Using . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our ... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2019 SunCatcher V22SS

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #409239 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/409239 Reason for selling is Upgrading . This SunCatcher has recently been added to market (Ju... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2006 Crestliner Crestliner 2485

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Mesa, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #393263 This Crestliner has now been on the market a couple months. Looking for any offers! If you are in the market for a pontoon boat, look no further than this 2006 Cres... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2001 Sun Tracker 28 Party Barge

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Glendale, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #351986 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/351986 Reason for selling is not using as much any longer . ANY and ALL offers will be put in ... (read more)

Pontoon Boats For Sale in Arizona by owner | 2009 Lowe SS240 Suncruiser

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Remarks: Stock #359087 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/359087 Reason for selling is no longer using as much any longer . ANY and ALL offers will be p... (read more)


Buying a Pontoon Boat


When it comes to enjoying the water, few options are as versatile and enjoyable as a pontoon boat. These boats, typically made with aluminum pontoons, offer a stable and roomy platform for a variety of water activities. Whether you're planning a leisurely family outing, a fishing trip, or a party on the water, a pontoon boat is an excellent choice.

Types of pontoon boats

Pontoon boats come in a variety of types, each with its own unique features and benefits. The most common types include:

Classic pontoon boats: These are your traditional pontoons and are designed for comfort and relaxation, with ample seating, a wide deck, and often a bimini top for shade. They are perfect for socializing and enjoying leisurely cruises on the water.

Fishing pontoon boats: For those that spend a good deal of time fishing, a fishing pontoon boat is a great option. These boats are equipped with fishing-specific features such as livewells, mounts for trolling motors, rod holders, and fish finders, making them ideal for casting a line and reeling in your next fish.

Performance pontoon boats: For those seeking a faster ride but still having the versatility of a pontoon boat, performance pontoon boats are a good option. These boats are built for speed and agility, with more powerful engines and sleek designs. They are perfect for water sports enthusiasts, however any pontoon boat that has a sufficient sized engine can be used for activities such as water skiing.

Luxury pontoon boats: If you're looking for more comfort and style in your pontoon boat, luxury pontoon boats are the answer. These high-end boats often come equipped with luxurious amenities such as plush seating, entertainment systems, wet bars, and even onboard bathrooms. They are perfect for entertaining guests and hosting events on the water.

Selecting your pontoon boat

Size and capacity: The size of the pontoon boat you choose will depend on your intended use and the number of people you plan to accommodate. Consider how many passengers you typically have on board and whether you'll need extra space for gear, coolers, or other equipment. It's important to choose a boat with a sufficient weight capacity to ensure safe and comfortable outings.

Construction materials: Pontoon boats are typically constructed with either aluminum or fiberglass pontoons but typically have plywood decks under the carpet. While both materials have their advantages, aluminum is the most popular choice due to its durability, low maintenance requirements, and ability to withstand harsh marine environments. Fiberglass pontoons, on the other hand, offer a sleeker appearance and may be a better option if aesthetics are a priority for you but may crack if you strike an object.

Engine and performance: The engine is clearly a critical component of any pontoon boat, as it determines the boat's speed, maneuverability, and overall performance. Consider the horsepower and type of engine that best suits your needs and the distances you typically travel. Smaller engines are more fuel-efficient and suitable for leisurely cruises, while larger engines offer more power for water sports and faster speeds.

Features and amenities: The features and amenities available on a pontoon boat can greatly enhance your boating experience. Consider what features are important to you and how you intend to use the boat, such as comfortable seating, storage compartments, built-in coolers, stereo systems, GPS navigation, fishing specific features and more. Make a list of must-have features and prioritize them when comparing different boat models.

Budget: Setting a budget is an essential step in the boat-buying process. Determine how much you're willing to spend on a pontoon boat, taking into account not only the initial purchase price but also ongoing expenses such as maintenance, insurance, and storage. Often you can find a used pontoon boat for sale and save a lot of money. Many boats are often used very lightly and then sold, so you can find a real bargain with some effort. You can start by clicking here to browse the many pontoon boats that BoatersNet has to offer!

 

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