Luxury pontoon builder Harris Boats has announced a redesigned Solstice series for 2023.
The new configuration brings a host of new stylings, a reshaped helm station, an extensive list of interior appointments, and several new technological advancements that will be sure to catch the eye of pontoon enthusiasts.
The new Solstice series will come in four configurations- 230, 250, DC 250, and RD 260.
“In reimagining the 2023 Solstice, we led with a customer-focused approach giving our owners the ability to customize their selections from bow to stern,” said Chris Bernauer, Harris Boats president.
“Customers can create their own platform for adventure with a host of aesthetic options and more standard features to make time on the water memorable. Early feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and we’re confident that our customers, dealers and partners will be thrilled with the overall Solstice experience.”
Other upgrades for the Solstice include new color options, accents, flooring and upholstery. There is also a rebuilt minimalistic rail design, new interior lighting, and new graphic accents. The new model will also offer owners a range of customization choices including corrugated or flat textures, and matte or glossy finishes to match almost any style.
A newly enhanced, ergonomic helm station and soft-touch pillowtop furniture delivers premium comfort. A spacious six-position rear lounger also has plenty of room for a large crew or group of guests.
The new Solstice platform will be based around three different lengths and model configurations, all operating on an 8'6" beam. The Solstice 230 with a 26'2" LOA, the Solstice 250 and Solstice DC 250 with a 27'11" LOA, and the flagship Solstice RD 260 with a 30'1" LOA. All versions will come standard with Simrad GO7/GO9 screens with Mercury VesselView Link. Power options will come from Mercury Marine ranging from 25 HP to a maximum 400 HP depending on the model. There will also be optional upgrades for Mercury Verado and Mercury Racing engines for more high-performance tastes. New owners can also choose between a low-profile Ultra Tower or a power-activated Ion Tower. There is also optional Joystick Piloting for single engine configurations to provide precise 360-degree control.
You can get the first look at the new Solstice in the video below: