After replacing the E-Class line with the re-launched Corsa in 2021, it was just a matter of time until Barletta renamed its C-Class and L-Class lines as well. For the new model year the manufacturer’s high-end luxury series of pontoons (formally known as the L-Class) has been renamed Lusso with quite a few significant upgrades. As for the C-Class price-point models, those will now be known as the Cabrio line.
Combining luxury and top-shelf building techniques, popular models for Barletta include the Quad-Lounge, the Ultra-Lounge and the Ultra-Entertainer, each with an array of floorplans meant to fit specific needs and lifestyles.
Improvements to the Lusso include the Sport Stern (SS) now being standard, an all-new helm shape and styling, plus a new exterior rail design. There is also a new Carmella tan interior color, RGB lighting upgrade on the Ultra-Entertainer (UE) models, and a bolster chair option is now available for the captain.
For its mid-line Corsa line the name stays the same, but significant changes include a new 21UC floorplan. On all Corsa pontoons the Doggie DockView is now standard, a see-through door panel that allows your pets to see out while also giving you a better view of the dock. Other new changes include an added Argento interior color, grab handles at the recessed cupholders as well as a new steering wheel. And like the Lusso line, the RGB lighting upgrade is now standard on the Ultra-Entertainer (UE) models.
Last but certainly not least, there are improvements to the Cabrio line as well, including all-new furniture styling, a new Carmella interior color that replaces its Renata tan and the helm chair is now a Highback as part of the standard package with a bolster chair now available as an option. The RGB lighting has been upgraded on UE models as well as on all Ultra-Lounge models. (www.barlettaboats.com)
For more sneak peeks from the industry, check out our "What's New For '22" feature in the Fall issue of Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine.