For Open Space on the Water.
The deck boat is a great choice for those who want to spend time on the water. With lots of open space and speed for recreational watersports, fishing and entertaining. Deck boats have a bigger bow section to utilize extended seating and deck area – hence the name. The spacious open floor plan and seating area make it perfect for entertaining guests.Search Available Deck Boats Value Your Deck Boats
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Deck Boats FAQ
What is the difference between a Deck boat and a Pontoon?
What sets a deck boat apart from other types of vessel is its shape and function. Deck boats have V-shaped hulls, which are designed to handle water easier by distributing weight over more surface area than flat bottomed ones do. Pontoons lie flat on the water with the deck balanced on two or three hollow aluminum tubes.
What is the average cost of a Deck Boat?
The range of prices for deck boats can vary widely. One of the lowest priced Deck boats for sale on Boatcrazy is $12,000 for a used 20ft, but for a new Deck Boat that is fully loaded, prices can rise up to $165,000
Are Deck Boats good for Tubing?
Deck boats are great for tubing. They are super spacious and have a lot of deck space for friends and family to enjoy a day on the water.
How fast can a Deck Boat go?
Obviously, depending a which model and what engine spec you have, the average speed can be between 50 to 70 mph, making it a great choice for all water adventures
Can you fish out of a Deck boat?
Deck boats are great for fishing in rivers, lakes and smaller bodies of water, but they may not be what you're looking for if you prefer to fish in the open sea.
Do I need insurance for a Deck Boat?
Most states don't require boaters to purchase insurance, however, many marinas do require some form of insurance if you wish to use a slip or mooring. Even if this is not the case for you, it's still generally a good idea to get boat insurance.