Nov 20 , 2017

Reader Project: Better Than New Pontoon

After 20 years of wear and tear, some people would have considered it scrap metal. Not Bruce Blaney. He stripped the pontoon down to the bare deck and built a “hut” of plywood walls with a 2×6-and-metal roof.  Then he loaded the boat with features: a propane grill, a 1,000-watt generator and a retractable ramp. There’s even a water slide that fits on the back of the upper deck.

“When people see it, they want one. But this one isn’t for sale.” – Bruce Blaney

Rebuilt pontoon with covered deck and grill

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