You can teach them how to read, you can teach them how to behave, and on a Misty Harbor Explorer 1680RE pontoon you can teach them how to relax!
Getting away from all the distractions and getting in some good quality time with your daughters is much easier on the Explorer 1680RE.
With plenty of space to stretch out on comfortable couches and a table area that’s perfect for a glass of tea or a snack, you’ll quickly realize that this compact model has just what you need to keep comfort close at hand.
The seats have plenty of storage beneath each base, and the vinyl fabric features UV protectant with mildew inhibitors to keep your boat shinny and clean. Take the girls on a getaway cruise and show them the joy of living in Misty Harbor.
This Explorer 1680RE is powered by a Mercury 40 horsepower four stroke outboard motor using a Spitfire aluminum prop.
With a top speed of 16.4 (MPH) miles per hour, the best fuel efficiency is traveling at 5 (MPH) miles per hour, which will allow 10 (MPG) miles per gallon at 2,000 RPM.
In an eco-friendly world, the Biscayne Bay compact series 1470FS takes pontoon boats to a whole new level.
With the provision of a compact deck that boasts loads of comfort, this boat goes further into the backwaters by breaking down the limits of larger decks.
The live well on the port side of the deck allows occupants the perfect location to store their catch.
Sitting at the helm, the captain enjoys all the amenities of a higher end pontoon...a Bluetooth stereo system that connects electronic devices with just the tap of a button, toggle switches easily display accessory options which stand ready to be used in an instant, and a dashboard that stylishly shows the full performance of this beautiful craft.
Take the Biscayne Bay Compact Series Fishing Boat just about anywhere you want to go.
This Biscayne Bay 1470FS is powered by a Mercury 40 horsepower four stroke outboard motor using a Spitfire prop.
With a top speed of 16.6 (MPH) miles per hour, the best fuel efficiency is traveling at 3.2 (MPH) miles per hour, which will allow 10.7 (MPG) miles per gallon at 1,000 RPMs”