Crestliner has unveiled its brand-new Sprint Series, an entry-level pontoon for novice boaters and those looking for on-water versatility.
The Sprint comes nearly a year after Crestliner re-entered the pontoon market with its Rally Series.
"The Sprint fills a hole in the pontoon market," said Crestliner President Eric Hendrickson. "There is a large contingent of boaters out there looking for an accessible pontoon they can hop into without hassle and use for a variety of on-water activities - from fishing to cruising and everything in between. Add to that an exceptional value, and the Sprint is exactly what a lot of families are looking for."
The Sprint Series is available in three sizes -16 feet, 18 feet and 20 feet - and comes in two layouts: Cruise and Fish & Cruise.
Each layout features an open floorplan and configured seating, including a captain's chair, passenger seat and a stern lounge bench with storage.
The helm station features removable windscreen, rocker switches, gauges, and room to mount additional electronics.
The Fish & Cruise layout features deluxe fishing seats in the bow, bow storage compartments on both the port and starboard, and a 15-gallon aerated livewell in front of the console.
The Cruise version includes port and starboard bow lounge seating for stretching out and relaxing in the sun. Seven drink holders, a four-step boarding ladder and 9-foot bimini top are featured on both versions as well as standard Mercury Marine FourStroke power.
Owners can choose from three exterior colors for their Sprint pontoon: Black Metallic, Maroon Red or Slate Blue. Optional seating and flooring upgrades, audio package and ski tow further personalize the pontoon.