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Custom Custom Built 2004

2004 Custom Custom Built

This one of a kind, 40 ft long, 9ft beam, custom triple pontoon was built in 2004, and was featured in Pontoon and Deck Boat magazine March 2015. It has twin 60hp Mercury Big Foot 4 stroke motors with duel gas tanks, full aluminum wave shield, gas bbq grill, 20lb hidden propane tank, and small porta potty area. Uniquely includes a two person Calspa hot tub, powered by a 3000 watt, electric start Honda generator. An 8 1/2ft x 10ft upper deck for sunbathing, lowers on an electric winch system. Let the gentle waves rock you to sleep in the completely removable Sunbrella camper enclosure with screened windows and doors or zip up the fabric covering for privacy. Also made from Sunbrella fabric are custom seat covers. With the capacity of holding 32 people, this "40ft of fun" pontoon has a bluetooth radio with ten speakers placed throughout the upper and lower deck areas. Refurbished in 2017 with all new aluminum side paneling and Genovations flooring. Includes trailer. Serious inquiries only. No trades. Call or text Joe 810-923-2393. No emails please.

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