Harris Flotebote Grand Mariner SL 250 Boat Test Notes
Here are the specifications, performance data, and detailed notes for a top-of-the-line pontoon boat with triple logs and plenty of bells and whistles.
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-Create a crème of the crop pontoon boat that’s a class leader.
-Use a triple-log design and offer lots of horsepower, for performance over 40-mph.
-Pontoons have three separate welded chambers, reinforced nose cones, strakes, and steps.
-Multiple lounges are extremely comfortable and have rugged rotomolded bases.
-Many additional features are integrated.
-Cruises in the mid 20’s to lower 30’s.
-Top end breaks 40-mph.
-At speeds in to mid to upper 20’s, fuel economy is at or better than 2.0 MPG.
-Triple logs allow for tight turns and fast maneuvers, during which the helmsman always feels in control.
-Plenty of weight and length to handle a moderate chop, even at fast speeds.
-Lighting package illuminates the cupholders, rubrail, trim – there are even underwater lights.
-Bow & stern cameras display at the helm.
-“Extreme” tow bar for wakeboarding and water skiing.
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