“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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We’re often told that one boat can’t be everything to everyone, yet every day we have the pleasure of providing just that sort of pontoon to discerning, knowledgeable owners. The Sunliner 240 is a perfect example, with its ten versatile floorplans and countless measures of onboard comfort, style and luxury. The CS floorplan features a bow walk-through, aft swim-deck access to starboard, two plush bow lounges and a spacious L-shaped aft lounge with available sunpad. The DL has dual rear-facing lounges with a safety railing, while the EB offers a nicely appointed entertainment bar with comfortable bar stools and lighted cupholders. The FC, or “Fish and Cruise,” floorplan incorporates two stern fish seats, a well-equipped work station, aerated livewell and rod holders, and the FS version goes a step farther, providing two fish seats in the bow and two in the stern. Then there’s the lavish thick-foam seating, built-in cushion headrests, exquisite fabrics and flooring options, and even a hidden pull-up changing room. Fishing expeditions, watersports action, powerful cruising and plenty of luxurious relaxation — there is indeed a way to have it all.