PontoonStuff® has compiled a master list of all pontoon boat manufacturers and pontoon boat brands for your reference. Below you will find manufacturers who produce new pontoon boats as well as manufacturers who have built pontoon boats in the past but who are no longer in business.  Many used pontoon boats that are for sale were built by pontoon manufacturers who are no longer in business or have been consolidated by other boat building companies.  PontoonStuff®'s master list of pontoon boat manufacturers includes all known brands and manufacturers of pontoon boats, both new and used pontoon boats are documented here. We offer pontoon boat seats & furniture for all pontoon boats, no matter the brand, we have pontoon seat replacements for your boat.  

Manitou Pontoon Boats

Manitou Pontoon Boats is an industry leader in the manufacture of leisure, luxury and performance pontoon boats. Our persistent emphasis on excellence has made our name synonymous with quality, service, performance, and design. Our performance pontoon boats with patented V-Toon® Technology have redefined what a pontoon boat is capable of in terms of speed, acceleration and handling.

Aloha Pontoon Boats -  

From Waco Craft pontoon boats to Alaho pontoons this pontoon boat manufacturer starting building pontoon boats in 1960. There are thousands of used Waco Craft pontoon boats throughout the United States and this builder of luxury pontoon boats was the first to introduce two popular innovations to the pontoon boat industry.  The first was the "upper sundeck" which allowed pontoon boat owners to add a second level to their pontoon boats.  These walk on hardtops or upper sundecks allowed you add valuable space for sunbathing.  Many older used pontoon boats used aluminum hardtops instead of the more commonly used bimini style or canopy pontoon tops found on today's newer pontoon boats.  Waco Craft was the first to take the idea of an aluminum hardtop on a pontoon boat to the next level and build a structurally sound upper deck on a pontoon boat.   

Waco Craft (Aloha Pontoon Boats) was also the first pontoon boat manufacturer to manufacturer and install a sundeck cushion enclosure over an outboard engine and fuel compartment.  What we see on the majority of new pontoon boats was created by this savy pontoon boat manufacturer and the sundeck cushion is now standard on almost all brands of pontoon boats for sale today.  Aloha prides itself in providing  a luxury pontoon boat with great customer service.  While this pontoon boat manufactuer is not one of the largest builders of pontoon boats today, it is one of the oldest pontoon manufacturers and has provided a quality product since the company was founded.  Today, Aloha offers 23 models of pontoon boats to choose from and was selected as the "Best Built" award winner by Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine for the best built pontoon boat in the United States.

Brands:  Waco Craft, 250 Paradise, 290 Sundeck, 250 Sundeck, 250 Triple Tunnel, 210 Tropical Series.

Apache SeaMaster Fiberglass Pontoon Boats

Based in Norfolk, New England, Apache Seamaster has been manufacturing fiberglass pontoon boats since 1997. Featuring a line-up of twin hull deck or pontoon boats. Apache SeaMaster boats are custom built to order, there is little information available about these boats and the manufacturer does not have a website.                       

Aqua Chalet 

This manufacturer of pontoon boats and pontoon boat houseboats was located in Tazewell, TN and is no longer in business.  The company's used pontoon boats can be found for sale throughout the South, they specialized in larger pontoon boats and houseboats .

Godrey Marine (Nautic Group Group)

Aqua Patio – Freeland Co., of Sturgis, MI was one of the first manufacturers of pontoon boats in the United States.  They built pontoon boats with galvanized steel pontoon tubes in the early 1950’s and then sold to the Godfrey Conveyor Company in the mid 1950’s. Godfrey Pontoon Boats kept the Aqua Patio name and has expanded to become one of the leading manufacturers of pontoon boats in the industry.  Aqua Patio pontoon boats are have been one of the most popular brands of pontoon boats in the Midwest since they were introduced.  Godfrey Marine was purchased by Nautic Global Group from the Deputy family of Elkhart, IN who owned and operated the original Godfrey Conveyer Company and then Godfrey Marine.  The Deputy family built Godfrey Marine into one of the largest recreation boat manufacturers in the country.  Nautic Global now operates all the manufacturing facilities and builds all current model Aqua Patio pontoon boats.

Sun Tracker Pontoon Boats 

Sun Tracker pontoon boats are the most popular brand of pontoon boats for sale in the country.  Sun Tracker manufacturers the popular Bass Buggy, Party Barge, Fishin Barge, Party Cruiser and Party Hut pontoon boats.  They are the largest manufacturer of pontoon boats in the United States and are part of the Tracker Marine Group, a Bass Pro Group company.  There are more used sun tracker brand pontoon boats for sale than any other style of pontoon boat, they are extrememly popular thanks to the company's "No Haggle" pricing policy, value pricing and quality products.  You can find Bass Buggy, Fishin Barge, Party Barge, Party Cruiser and Party Hut pontoon boats for sale at Bass Pro Shops and pontoon boat dealers throughout the country.  

Tracker Marine was founded by John L. Morris in 1972 and he was the first to sell a fully outfitted fishing boat with motor and trailer at a nationally advertised price.  It is an incredible story of success as he built the company into what we know today as Bass Pro Shops and Tracker Marine Group.  

Brands:  Sun Tracker Bass Buggy, Fishin Barge, Party Barge, Party Cruiser, Party Hut.  



Bennington Pontoons luxury pontoons



Crest Pontoons by Maurell Products

Cypress Cay



Ercoa Pontoons Pontoon boat

Fab-Tech Pontoon boat (Canada)

Fiesta Boats saltwater pontoons from Hudson FL, some have electric power




Future Craft

Fun Chaser Pontoon & Deck Boats by Carolina Skiff

G3 Boats also builds pontoons, a Yamaha company

Gillgetter compact pontoons from Apex Marine

Godfrey Pontoons by Nautic Global Group




JC Pontoon


Keys Craft

Lakes Craft

Landau Boats from Lebanon MO




Loon electric pontoon boat from Tamarack Electric Boat Company in Canada

Lowe pontoons

Misty Harbor




Nivi Manufacturing pontoons



Palm Beach

Parti Kraft







Riviera Cruiser

San Pan


Skipper Craft

Smoker Craft





Sun catcher

sun dancer

sunset bay



South Bay Pontoons odysseyboat.com the old Forest River Pontoons URL is also pointed to this site

Southern Star Manufacturing pontoons and rental pontoons

Southland pontoon boat from St-Joseph de Beauce Canada

Starcraft Marine fishing boats, runabouts and pontoons

SunChaser Pontoons by SmokerCraft


Sunset Bay Pontoon Boats Sun Tracker Pontoon Boats from Tracker Marine

Tahoe Pontoons part of Avalon




U-Fab Boats pontoon boat kits

Weeres Pontoon Boats 

Weeres Industries Corporation is the oldest manufacturer of pontoon boats in the United States. The company's founder, Ambrose Weeres, constructed the first pontoon boat in 1951. Since that time Weeres Industries, located in central Minnesota, has built and sold more than 30,000 pontoon boats. Although Weeres is primarily an American company, its pontoons are afloat across the Atlantic on the Nile and Thames rivers, and in Sweden's Stockholm harbor. The company sells high quality pontoons exclusively through dealers in 20 states. Weeres pontoons range in size from the simple four-person, 16-foot fishing model to a 28-foot, luxury tri-toon that can accommodate 30 people.  Weeres Industries also manufactures fiberglass offshore fishing boats through its subsidiary brands Palm Beach and Key Largo. In addition to the St. Cloud headquarters, Weeres operates Palm Beach Marinecraft in New Ulm, Minnesota, and Marine Manufacturing Corporation in Douglas, Georgia. Weeres also builds and sells swimming rafts and paddleboats, which account for about 5 percent of the company's business.

Source:  View this link for a complete history of Weere's Pontoon Boats.