Destination Yachts Working Hard

Published online: Nov 13, 2012 News
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Destination Yachts has been working hard. They are working on the Fiberglass Pontoon mold, which is being made for saltwater applications. These are shaped like their aluminum hull and will be compartmented in 5' sections. They will also have the same five year warranty as their aluminum hulls. The New Elite Series line which will be coming out in the spring and these boats will have full length front to rear insulated glass, a new logo shape and the interiors will be fully automated using an iPad to control all systems. The first Elite boat will be delivered to Lake Mead and is a  20 x 7. For more information check out destinationyachts.com and stay tuned!

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