Making the case for the 250HP TriToon Pontoon
The biggest differentiator of a 250HP pontoon boat for a boating/water sports enthusiast is the price. A typical speed boat with the same performance level you’d be getting out of a TriToon pontoon boat would normally run anywhere between 60-90,000 dollars whereas a typical TriToon pontoon boat (at the 250HP performance level) runs anywhere between 50-60,000 dollars.
In addition to price, there are many other reasons boat enthusiasts are choosing a 250 HP TriToon pontoon boat over many other types of boats. The second biggest reason is on the water fuel consumption! The outboard on 250HP TriToon pontoon boats consume a lot less gas when you go on a family outing. This is primarily due to the fact pontoons weigh so much less!
Fun Fact: Less weight = Less gas.
The third biggest reason consumers are turning to 250HP TriToon pontoon boats are the speed! The high performance platform can do everything in water sports a speed boat can! From just cruising, to high speed water sports like water skiing, wake board and water tubing! You can get the casual fishing family outing feel and still entertain guests with high speed!
About TriToon Pontoons
In today’s market, there are 5 top TriToon manufacturers that all make competitive products.
These brands consist of:
While there are also other brands that make high performance TriToons, these are the leaders of the pack in top performance quality! Within these manufacturers, they are providing to the high horsepower, providing even larger gas capacity. This is evident by Sylvan coming out this year with the first ever 60 gallon pontoon boat!
Want to learn more?
There are some great resources out there regarding high performing TriToon pontoon boats.
Carefree Boat Club has four locations in the Atlanta, GA area. If you’re already a Carefree Boat Club member and would like to meet with representative about how you can get out on one of these powerful boats please contact David Rothwell at [email protected]reeboats.com or call (888) 439-8757.
If you’re interested in becoming a Carefree Boat Club member learn more at Carefree Boat Club – How Do I Join?