Headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Harris has been building boats for over 60 years. Their all new Solstice DC 230 and DC 250 models are the first Harris pontoon models to offer CZone digital switching capabilities with best-in-class electrical infrastructure giving the boater ultimate control of the electrical systems.  There is a USB charger in every piece of furniture, more than 20 cup holders, an optional wireless phone charger, and lighted speakers.

Layout wise, the Dual Console design is familiar if you’re coming out of a traditional runabout or bowrider, and provides great protection. Two options are available: a low profile blacked out windscreen or a higher clear glass windscreen. The helm features an additional 8” of leg room, and 7” and 9” navigation screens. At the stern, the boat has almost 70 percent more room than previous with twin aft-facing lounges with plenty of storage beneath. In front of the helm, you’ll find a forward facing lounger to starboard, with a slightly shorter port side longer to accommodate the port side entry gate. Upholstery is finished in SeaTex soft touch vinyl.

Single or twin engine installations are available with up to a maximum of 900 hp – twin Mercury 450 Racing Outboards!

All Harris pontoons come with a 5-year bow-to-stern warranty plus a limited lifetime warranty on the structure.


Specifications

Length: 25’6” / 7.77 m
Beam: 8’6” / 2.59 m
Weight: up to 3,675  lbs / 1,667 kgs
Pontoon Diameter: 25” or 27”
Fuel: 37 gals / 140 L
Max Capacity: 12
Max HP: 300 hp
MSRP: See Dealer

For more information visit www.harrisboats.com 

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Brad Roberts
Brad grew up at the family cottage on Lake Simcoe using both powerboats and sailboats. A veteran journalist with large national daily newspapers, outdoor interest magazines, and syndicated television shows, Brad has entertained and educated readers for over 25 years with his unique family-inclusive perspective. His favorite pastime is teaching others to use their boats to access the freedom and beauty of a Life Afloat. Brad, his wife, and their three daughters have traveled and boated all over North America and the Caribbean, but choose to keep their "floating home" on the fresh waters of Central Ontario.