“Quality that lasts” is the founding philosophy of Harris FloteBote. Founded in 1957 as Harris Manufacturing by brothers Ernie and Pete Harris, the company produced the world’s first pontoon boats to be manufactured on an assembly line. Others firsts would follow, including the adoption of roto-molded furniture bases, now an industry standard, along with aluminum transoms and interlocking deck systems. Today, Harris FloteBote offers models aimed at all price points, and is heralded for their performance pontoon configurations, which give a pontoon boat aggressive handling rivaling fiberglass V-hulls.
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It’s natural to try to put boats into boxes. But enthusiasts understand that a true luxury pontoon cannot be labeled. If you seek watersports adventures, authentic fishability and refined cruising, the Cruiser 220 ensures you won’t be disappointed, with nine flexible floor plans and a variety of well-thought-out features and amenities. The CS floorplan has a bow walk-through, stern swim-deck access to starboard, two bow lounges and an L-shaped aft lounge with sunpad. The SL offers a single rear-facing lounge, while the LX incorporates two bucket, basic, or Lux seats in the bow instead of lounges. Then there is the FS, with two fish seats in the bow and two in the stern, plus an aerated livewell, rod holders and rear workstation that conceals an optionalpull-up changing room. For the superior handling required to accommodate watersports, the 220 is available with performance-oriented features such as a full-length extruded keel, lifting strakes, skin kit, ski tow bar and array of power choices up to a 200 hp Mercury Verado. The Cruiser 220 tells the world that you, too, cannot be labeled. You blaze your own path.