Crestliner Boats debuts pontoon line

Crestliner said it is introducing its Rally pontoon series for 2017, which comes in two styles.
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Crestliner Boats said the new series comes in two styles and features five layout designs.

Crestliner Boats said the new series comes in two styles and features five layout designs.

Crestliner said it is introducing its Rally pontoon series for 2017, which comes in two styles — the Rally and the Rally DX — and features five layout designs.

Both performance packages offer a tritoon option and the Sport package provides increased horsepower. The company said the V3 package is perfect for more speed and water sports activities and delivers more horsepower, increased fuel capacity, greater control in rough water and an overall smooth ride.

Crestliner said consumers get to choose from among five layout designs — a cruise; a center walkthrough; a center walkthrough/dual helm; a fish and cruise; and a fish.

"The Rally and Rally DX represent a return to glory for Crestliner," director of marketing Lori Kneeland said in a statement. "When we got to work on building this brand new pontoon line, there was only one mandatory — that these pontoons be unmistakably Crestliner. And they are. They're durable, stylish and come in multiple floor plans that can accommodate any passion.”

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