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Hit the water with all of your gear with the Classic Accessories Colorado Pontoon Boat. When it comes to getting out on the water with everything you need, this high-capacity boat is perfect for the job. It carries up to 400lbs (passenger and gear) with 20 large pockets and 2 insulated drink holders. Plus it’s loaded with features that make your trips easier, including a wire rear storage and battery platform, rod holder with 6 mounting positions, anchor system, 2 position motor mount and a detachable foam fly patch. And, the innovative dual-side stripping apron with fish ruler makes it easy to enter and exit without unclipping.
Pick up your Classic Accessories Colorado Pontoon Boat in the XT style for even more convenience. It comes with a transport wheel to make launching a breeze and it has a removable stripping basket and gear bags for customizable storage. All Classic Accessories Colorado Pontoon boats are rated for class I rivers, labeled to ABYC standards, and backed by a 2-year warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous A.
Jul 13, 2012 1:28 PM
1998 Ford Expedition
I am interested in one of your Colorado pontoon boats & would like to know what size they are, so what kind of shipping container/box they will come in.
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jul 13, 2012 1:36 PM
Hello Alec. Thank you for your inquiry about the inflatable Colorado pontoon boats. I can tell you that the Colorado models are well constructed weighing more than 70lbs. The nice feature of these boats is that even though they are 9’ long they can pack down fairly well for transport and storage. It ships in a box that is only about 48” x 24” X 14” The box is a little bigger if you get the XT because it has wheels to help you get it to the water more easily. The XT also has detachable storage bags, which is a nice feature.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Jack R.
Jul 09, 2012 11:19 AM
2009 Ford F-150
Dumb question!!! I live in a condo,with minimal storage areas. Do the pontoons deflate or are they solid. If they deflate, how much room do I need to store the entire boat? Told ya, dumb question. Thanks.