Sanpan 2500 RE

Published in the August 2009 Issue Published online: Aug 25, 2009
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The 2500 RE features excellent seating, sound and amenities that deliver an entertainment-driven pontoon. As the market demands upscale amenities and pontoons equipped with more horsepower, this boat is the perfect combination of a superior ride and handing with a focus on style and function.

The 2500 also features versatile, convertible aft seating that inclines, reclines and folds down into spacious sun pad. A molded fiberglass structure, the aft seat base is designed with a stylish look in mind-a luxury typically reserved for high-end cruisers.

A changing room uniquely incorporated into the aft seat structure allows for added space and comfort. An integrated swim platform features the optional Versa-Teak vinyl upgrade, a pop up ski/tow and a fixed ladder that stows away when not in use. Underneath the deck, the full under deck skin and six-inch lifting strakes provide a smooth and stable ride. With multiple I/O engine choices, a power engine hatch lid and performance tube configuration this pontoon exceed expectations.

SPECS

Length: 26 feet, 2 inches

Deck Width: 8 feet, 6 inches

Pontoon Diameter: 25 inches

Maximum Passenger Capacity: 14

Maximum Weight Capacity: 2,766 lbs

Maximum Horsepower: 225hp

Fuel Capacity: 30 gallons

Phone: 888-463-3739

Web: www.godfreymarine.com

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