Biltmore Composite Fibertoon

Published online: Jun 24, 2013 News
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Holding up to harsh salt water conditions can be a major concern for pontoons. It's possible to make your aluminum hull vessel seaworthy but Bitmore has another possibility as well. The company has recently created a brand new fiberglass pontoon.

The innovative features of the boat include reversed chines and lifting pads. This gives the pontoon hull a running surface that offers the performance and speed of a traditional fiberglass sport boat, while offering the stability and space utilization that we all love on our pontoon.


The Biltmore Fibertoon comes in at 23'-6" long and 8'-6" wide, and is rated  for outboard power up to 350 hp. For more information, contact Biltmore Marine Industries at 778-753-5673 or http://www.biltmoremarine.com/.

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