Veranda Luxury Pontoons, best known for a patented all-aluminum interlocking deck system, will offer the Vertex series with a new exterior design with fluted top rails and sculpted fiberglass bow caps. The Vertex series will also be available with two different floor plans -- a rear chaise or versa lounge floorplan -- in 22, 25, and 27-foot lengths with
dual console and tower options available.
The different variations for the Vertex lineup include the RC (rear chaise), RFL (rear facing lounge), VLB (Versa lounge bench), and VLC (Versa lounge captain's chair).
Standard features across the Vertex series include a fiberglass console with vinyl-wrapped dash, GPS with digital gauge readout, 3-spoke designer steering wheel, tri-toon performance package with center toon in-floor storage, hydraulic tilt steering, lifting strakes, industry-leading 0.100 gauge pontoon tubs, a rear entry gate, and a refrigerated cup holder at the helm.
“The new Vertex is one of the most beautifully designed, most innovatively engineered series to date, which will be a great addition to our dealer’s line of Veranda Luxury Pontoons products,” said Nathan Kyzer, VP of Operations in a press release.
"To the consumer, it’s the peak of luxury and comfort for an unforgettable pontoon experience that will provide a lifetime of enjoyment."
Vertex boats can also be packaged with up to 450 hp courtesy of the all-new Yamaha XTO 450 outboard. Additional technology upgrades include a 360-degree audio system by Wet Sounds, and dual 9” Garmin flush-mount multi-function displays with digital switching and push button redundancy.
Veranda is also the sister company to Xpress Boats, which has been in operation for 56 years in Arkansas and are the manufacturer's of the "original" all-welded aluminum fishing and hunting boats.
You can get a complete walkthrough of the new Vertex series in the video below: