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Hot Springs, ar 71901
iboats Review of Veranda Marine: Manufacturer of Veranda Marine Pontoon Boats

Veranda Marine pontoons are sleek, powerful, and incredibly comfortable. All these characteristics start from the very beginning- production. Veranda's construction process is one of a kind. They are the first pontoon manufacturers to use an all aluminum, all welded deck and tube system. The difference is in the ride! Veranda pontoons ride smoothly through the water and it's all because of the great technology that went into them.

The aluminum tubes are all pressurized and tested for quality and safety before ever continuing to the next step of assembly. The tubes are welded to a full-length M-Deck bracket. This creates that fantastic durability that buyers feel when driving a Veranda boat. The way the tube is welded onto the bracket ensures that there will not be any twisting or flexing while cruising at high speeds. Veranda doesn't use cheap, noisy aluminum for their decks. The decks are solid and noise-resistant. On the belly of the boat, Veranda uses a unique wave-shield pattern to reduce water drag and vibration. Safety and performance is important to Veranda.

Veranda's accommodations are amazing. The seating is made out of the highest grade marine fabric available. The driver's seat is so comfortable, you won't want to leave. The back of the boat has a nicely wooded deck to get in and out of the water easily. It's the perfect place to get strapped up on the wakeboard or tube. These boats come with bimini tops for some shade in the middle of those sunny days. All the furniture within Veranda boats can easily be rearranged to accommodate a table, more seating, or room for fishing. Whatever it is that you want, Veranda can make it happen.

About Pontoon Boats

Pontoons as well as Tri-toons use cylindrical, metal flotation devices or logs that keep afloat a broad platform. Pontoons uses 2 logs and Tri-toons use 3 logs this allows a shallow draft and good stability on the water. This type of boat is used primarily used for fishing and cruising inland lakes as well as water sports and as a water borne camper. Pontoons are powered by an outboard engine, stern drive, or an electric motor.
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