From Grand Cay men To SunCast

Crestliner sets new standards in the pontoon industry

Published online: Jul 09, 2009 Feature Karlee Jo Dahl
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The grand adventure known as life can take you down some interesting waterways, which explains why Crestliner makes so many distinctively different boats. Crestliner has over 60 years of boat-building experience. With many innovative designs, patents and advanced technology, Crestliner pushes the boundaries to produce some of the finest boats, including pontoons. Producing boats in a mid-range brand position, Crestliner obtains a certain prestige like few others.
Crestliner introduced pontoons to its model line in 1992. With Crestliner's reputation of premium craftsmanship and quality product, building pontoons complemented its business plans. All the pontoon decks are wide layouts with spacious and comfortable furniture. Plus, Crestliner pontoons have a distinctive look with curved corners, smooth roll-channel fences, stylish graphics and painted tubes. Plus it continues to set new standards in the pontoon industry. 

Grand Cayman 
The Grand Cayman pontoon is a pontoon that looks good inside and out, balancing comfort with style and spaciousness with elegance. This series is available with either outboard or sterndrive power. With its soft touch vinyl, distinguished graphics package that flows onto the painted tubes and deluxe helm station with Sony stereo and built-in Lowrance depth finder, this pontoon has turned many heads since its introduction. 
All Grand Cayman models come standard with the industry's largest pontoon tubes that are 27 inches. These tubes keep the deck higher, giving a more stable ride. Crestliner also adds an under-deck aluminum skin that is standard on this pontoon. Three pontoon versions are also available on many models and come with lifting strakes, massive in-floor storage and hydraulic steering. The sterndrive models feature a fully integrated, extended stern deck, providing a handy swim platform with a retractable ladder. 
New for 2009 is an ultra-comfortable, rear-facing double lounge (RFL) that is featured on the Grand Cayman 2685 and 2485 stern drive and 2585 and 2785 outboard three-pontoon models. The roomy, oversized double lounge creates the ultimate in plush and relaxing comfort. The rear-facing design makes it perfect for sun tanning, reading, or relaxing, while touring the lake. The lounge includes built-in stereo speakers with remote, built-in changing room and many unique storage compartments. 
Other on-board amenities included as standard equipment on Grand Cayman line include lush cruiser recliners, a pop-up privacy enclosure that serves as a convenient changing room, docking lights, and a Sony sound system with iPod jack. 
All Grand Cayman three-pontoon models feature lifting strakes that add an extra measure of performance and stability. The unique Crestliner design positions the strakes on both sides of each tube, creating faster planing and easier cornering, as well as maximizing top speed and fuel efficiency.  

Batata Bay 
The Batata Bay Series is a mid-level pontoon with numerous floorplans. The Batata Bay is where quality, comfort and performance all come together for a very affordable price. With five different models in the Batata Bay Series, Crestliner offers a `toon that will fit any need. From the 1685 pontoon that can fit seven people, to the 2385 three-pontoon model that is rated for up to 15 people, there is a pontoon in this series for any customer. 
SunCast 
The SunCast Series is an
ultra-value pontoon. The SunCast has a large, roomy layout with a functional design. Some of the standard features include a Lowrance X-50 locator, aerated livewell and storage under all the lounge seats. Two fishing chairs with pedestals at the bow and a table with drink holders maximize the versatility of this model. 

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