Our Pontoons in Action

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Pacific Pilothouse Classic Full Cuddy

Miami, FL, USA | more photos

33’ X 8-1/2’ Cuddy with 175 HP Engine one piece composite deck supported with 3, 24” diameter tubes


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Kona Catamaran

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA | more photos


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Global Air Group Mobile Marine Helipad

Miami, FL, USA | larger photo

25 ft X 25 ft Mobile Helipad utilizing 3 tubes, 36” DIA modules with 2, 115 HP engines for propulsion. This is the first mobile helipad licensed in the U.S and is located in the Miami Bayside Mall area.


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Diver Support Platform

Delaware River, USA | more photos

Features twin 115 HP Mercury 4-stroke and 4-mooring spuds. Supports a crew of 9 which comprise two surface support dive teams, boat driver/pump operator and in-field QC tech. Utilizing 36-inch diameter modules.


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Utility Barge

Oahu, Hawaii, USA | larger photo

25'x13' and was built by The Nature Conservancy to remove alien algae from the waters of Kaneohe Bay on the island of Oahu. Utilizing 36-inch diameter modules.


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Rainy River Barge

Baudette, MN, USA | more photos

Utilizing 30-inch diameter modules


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OEM Boat

Melbourne, FL, USA | larger photo

Utilizing 24-inch diameter modules


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Demo Boat

Elkhart, IN, USA | more photos

Utilizing 24-inch diameter modules


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Drilling Barge

Manatoba, Canada | more photos

Drilling barge utilizing 23-inch diameter modules in a configuration of four rows of 35 ft. pontoon logs


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Coney Island Hot Dog Boat

Florida, USA | more photos

Floating hot dog "stand" supported by three 32 ft. logs made up of 30-inch diameter pontoon modules. Replaced aluminum pontoons.


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The Lady Claire

Lake Charles, LA, USA | more photos

Floating restaurant. Replaced aluminum pontoons.


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Houseboat

New Mexico, USA

Houseboat application replacing aluminum pontoons (30-inch diameter)


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Fuel Dock

Juneau, AK, USA | more photos

120 ft. length dock utilizing thirty 8 ft. pontoon modules


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Dredging Barge

Cleveland, OH, USA | additional photo

7.5 ton dredging barge using 30-inch diameter pontoon modules configured to four rows of 24 ft. logs


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Diving Boat

Jupiter, FL, USA | more photos

Used for searching for sunken ships and treasure. Two 33 ft. logs made up of 24-inch diameter pontoon modules (8 ft. bow, 12 ft. middle and stern modules)


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The Manasquan

Flemington, NJ, USA | more photos

The Manasquan, a gull-winged, quatro-pontooned, self-propelled vessel, is rigged to accommodate a drill rig and to support the collection of 20-foot, continuous sediment vibracores.


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20 ft Pontoon Boat

British Columbia, Canada | larger photo

http://progeneter.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/wilson-pontoons-in-boat-build/


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Waste Water Evaporator

Jamaica | more photos

http://www.astoncompanies.com


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Marine Transporter/GO-GETTER

Homosassa, FL, USA | more photos

http://henningmarine.com