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About Playcraft Boats

Playcraft Boats Logo 170 W. Election Rd
Draper, ut 84020
iboats review of Playcraft Pontoons: Manufacturer of Playcraft Pontoon Boats, Utility Boats and Skiff Boats.

Playcraft Pontoons believes that when they are building your boat they are making your dreams possible. Building a quality boat based on functionality over flash and fancy features is one of the things that they are proud of accomplishing on behalf of their customers. The manufacturing team at Playcraft does not believe in shortcuts when it comes to providing their customers with the la test innovations for superior handling and fiberglass hulls to ensure a quality ride.
With Playcrafts pontoon boats you can take your getaways on the water to the next level. A guaranteed smooth ride no matter if you are out for a relaxing day on the water or extreme water sports. No corners are cut with the boats offered by Playcraft from over-stuffed seats to a sleek controls and extra storage room. After riding on one of Playcrafts quality pontoons you'll discover your new place for some rest a relaxation.
With boat models for everything from that relaxing trip on the lake to fishing your favorite spot it's no wonder Playcraft is sought after as a quality boating option. You can fill your day on a Playcraft boat by showing off your water skiing or wakeboarding skills, fishing, or stretching out and relaxing on ultra-comfortable seats. 

About Deck Boats

Deck Boats have wide beams and have a v-hull the combination of these features can offer more stability for the passengers on the boat. These boats are powered by stern drive or outboard motors and can be constructed by fiberglass or aluminum. One of the main features of Deck Boats is the open deck which has plenty of space for seating. The bow of the boat can be blunted, rounded, or squared off which may allow room for a platform. Also, Deck Boats lengths range from 25 . 35 ft.
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