JC Sunlounger 25

Published in the August 2009 Issue Published online: Aug 25, 2009
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The JC Sunlounger 25 is based on the builder's NepToon series, and features lifting fins for improved handling. It is available in a three-tube (TriToon) version and may be ordered with or without lifting fins. 

In the stern the bench seats extend out to provide a wide and comfortable rear-facing lounge area and because the lounges are inside the gate you don't have to compromise safety to enjoy the two best seats on the boat.

The Sunlounger's color features a copper tone, introduced this summer. The boat is available with colorful standard NepToon upholstery, and JC puts a softer foam package in its pull-out stern sun lounges. The boat is available in a TT (TriToon) version as well as the TT Sport (TriToon Sport). The Sport version includes standard lifting fins and power assisted hydraulic steering. This `toon is a great choice if you're looking for comfort and style on the high seas (or lakes).


LOA: 25 feet

Beam: 8 feet, 6 inches

Pontoon Diameter: U-Shaped

Maximum Passenger Capacity: 16

Maximum Horsepower: 250hp

Phone: 574-834-2881

Web: www.jcpontoon.com

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