About the Manitou Pontoon Boats shipyard
history of the company
The Manitou shipyard was founded in the United States in 1986. The founders of the company wanted to create new pontoon boats of decent quality and sell them at a reasonable price. This simple strategy allowed the small, family-owned business to gain a strong position in the market and expand internationally.
The company's specialists are constantly trying to invent something new. For example, the patented V-Toon® technology gives the pontoon the characteristics of a V-hull. Therefore, Manitou models can compete with conventional fiberglass boats in terms of speed and maneuverability. At the same time, the volume of usable space exceeds that of boats.
The company owns a plant located in Lansing, Michigan. More than 160 qualified specialists take part in the construction of boats, and our own design bureau is working on the creation of new models.
The bulk of the boats are sold through an expanded network of dealers in the USA and Canada, which numbers about 150 outlets.
The Manitou Pontoon Boats range consists of self-propelled pontoons from 5 to 8.5 meters long, made of aluminum. The shipyard offers boats to customers for various needs. Here we are ready to build universal vessels, models for fishing, for lovers of pokatushki and measured rest.
Features of the
The Manitou shipyard is investing heavily in technology development. Each model is designed from scratch using its own patented solutions. The manufacturer has shown from personal experience that pontoons have not reached the final stage of evolution. Also, all products come with a warranty of up to five years.
Manitou Pontoon Boats 25 LEGACY LT Series
exciting, fast, and incredibly exciting! The Manitou X-plode combines remorseless performance and refined comfort to deliver a one-of-a-kind experience. One that screams a speed boat as much as it makes a pontoon. Distinctive color options and the aggressive stance of the V-Toon® make the Performer's X-plode stand-out on the water, and an absolute blast to its own and drive.