Premier 250 S-Series

Published in the June 2008 Issue Published online: Jun 26, 2008
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There was a time when the phrase "performance pontoon" would've been laughable. If you wanted to go fast, you didn't buy a pontoon boat. Are you crazy? Pontoons were perfect for entertaining because of their huge deck, but waterskiing? Are you serious? You needed a ski boat or a deck boat to fulfill that appetite. However, times have changed. You no longer need a fast boat to compensate for a slow "floating dock." All you need is Premier's 250 S-Series, which combines the roomy floor plan of a pontoon boat configuration with the protection and performance of a ski boat.

The S-Series' full wrap-around glass windshield will protect passengers who prefer sitting in the aft-especially important in northern latitudes on cold mornings or during long, open water trips to protect from wind and splash. The windshield works with the elevated cockpit to create distinction usually not found between bow and cockpit on a pontoon boat. Premier found that by adding a six-inch platform from the walkthrough back, the ideal driving situation has been developed-visibility is clear over the tallest bow passengers.

The optional wakeboard tower can look like a stretch on some pontoons, but because of the overall design of the S-Series the tower looks like it actually belongs. This model also comes with a Sony sound system with four premium speakers, a pop-up changing room, SRX vinyl, two Flexsteel 7-Star helm chairs, a playpen cover and more. Standard on the S-Series is also Premier's triple tube package. Go with the standard triple or upgrade to the optional PTX performance package, a specially-designed center tube 36 inches in diameter with a flat bottom. The outer tubes are 25 inches, so the monster PTX tube drops the boat's centerline deeper than a typical pontoon. The result is sport-boat handling and nearly an on-plane running attitude-a concept not possible on displacement pontoons.

The S-Series also includes many details found on Premier's other luxury pontoons. No expense is spared on the construction and fit and finish of the product. You can add cool options like Berber carpet, iPod interface adapter, searchlight with wireless remote, Lowrance GPS, bow air bed, Flight Dek rear stadium seating, Sirius satellite radio and American flag kit, which will show your patriotism on Independence Day as well as every boating excursion before and after the Fourth.

The high-performance S-Series pontoon comes standard with the outboard 25-inch triple tube package, glass walk-thru windshield, dual console, dual Flexsteel 7-Star helm chairs, optional raised wrap-around aft stadium seating, hydraulic steering, lifting strakes, ski/tow bar and it can accommodate up to a 300 horsepower engine.

The S-Series gives you all the power and performance you need to push the limits of traditional pontooning.

For more information on the Premier 250 S-Series or any of the other popular models from this Minnesota-based manufacturer, visit or call 800-815-6392.

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