That’s right. For the first time, we now have the opportunity to shop for and possibly win a pontoon with a BIN of $30,000 on DealDash.com.
Can you imagine how exciting it would be to win a brand new pontoon? Let’s take a look at some of its key features:
This pontoon is 13 feet and accommodates up to 5 passengers onboard. It has three driving modes and an IBR Intelligent Brake and Reverse. It also has a perfect 100 HP all-around engine, which, according to the DealDash description “gives crisp acceleration with impressive fuel economy.” Fuel economy is definitely a plus in today’s world.
For specifications about this pontoon, please see the full description of this auction.
Another product that DealDash shoppers can shop for is a float tube with a BIN of $213.
This float tube has already been up for auction several times and here’s what’s really amazing about it. So far out of 17 reviews by previous winners, this float tube has received an overall rating of 5.0 out of a possible 5.0. No product can get a higher rating than that.
So if you are looking for a way to have some extra summer fun, keep your eyes open because this float tube is designated to soon come up for auction again.
A brief history of pontoon boats
Pontoon boats have a history that can be traced back to the 11th century BC when the Chinese Zhou Dynasty used pontoons to create bridges for marching soldiers.
It was not until 1952, however, that Ambrose Weeres was credited with the invention of the modern-day pontoon motorboat in the USA, even though he wasn’t the first to fasten logs to a platform. Weeres was a farmer who lived on the Horseshoe Chain of Lakes near Richmond, Minnesota.
Pontoon boats are expected to last from 10 to 20 years if they are new and if the owner takes good care of them. Nonetheless, a lot of other aspects must be taken into consideration, including the brand, material, maintenance and whether it is used in saltwater or freshwater.
Three-tube pontoons are very stable and typically have bigger engines with more horsepower when compared to traditional two-tube pontoons. The additional buoyancy and better weight distribution created by the third tube allows for more people, more entertainment options and better handling at higher speeds. Since the turning radius is not very tight, and the speed of the pontoon is around 30 mph, full speed turns can be made with ease. Pontoon boats are easy to drive and chances of a pontoon boat flipping are not very high.
Have fun shopping for this brand new pontoon boat.
This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.