Pontoon builder debuts new website

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Lowe Boats, the Lebanon, Mo.-based manufacturer of Suncruiser, launched PontoonLiving.com, which provides comprehensive resources for "newbies" while also offering important content for more experienced boaters.

"We wanted to create a complete online guide for pontooners," said John Metcalf, vice president of marketing for Lowe and Suncruiser, in a statement. "While there are a lot of great boating resources out there, we want to give pontooners a place that's designed specifically for them - a site that can introduce them to pontooning lifestyles and that will continue to offer expert ideas and suggestions as their journey evolves."

The site offers information that includes tips on choosing the right boat, based on a family's needs, and advice on financing, insuring and registering a new boat. It also includes basic information about navigation, handling, docking, trailering, launching and winterizing.

Sections include "Tips for Parents," "Kid's Corner," a department for teenagers and how-to articles.

Lowe Boats is a unit of the Brunswick Boat Group.

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