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Introducing the New Hampton Pontoon Line from PlayCraft

Published in the August 2009 Issue Published online: Aug 21, 2009
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For 2010, PlayCraft Pontoons is releasing the Hampton line, its newest model of elegant luxury pontoons. For the last 35 years, PlayCraft boats have been known for luxury and performance and Hampton is no exception.

Hampton Pontoons are built in Richland, Mo., in the aluminum boat building capital of the US. Hampton is unique to PlayCraft and is constructed with 25-inch round pontoon logs and a solid one-piece floor is used for added durability. Currently Hampton builds pontoons from 20 to 24 feet in length and each includes a warranty package that rivals other models in the industry.

Hampton packages with all outboard manufacturers including Honda, Suzuki, Mercury, Evinrude and Yamaha. Additionally, you can order a Hampton without power options and the helm and controls are universal to give dealers and consumers even greater flexibility.

In today's market Hampton is aware that elegance is not always in direct proportions to price, but the value you find in Hampton far exceeds that of rival manufacturers.

For more information on the Hampton line or to learn more about becoming a dealer call 573-765-3265 or visit hamptonpontoons.com.

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