Savannah

Elegant Form, Meet
Thoughtful Function

 Our flagship model in both performance and style, the Savannah beautifully paints the picture of everything a pontoon should be. The Savannah embodies elegant form merging with thoughtful function — down to the very last detail. With the Savannah’s modern design, the closer you look, the more impressed you’ll be. From careful, precise stitching to premium instrumentation, we’ve considered every detail you need. This is a luxury pontoon at its best — this is the Savannah.

Available Lengths 25-27 ft
Available HorsePower 300-400 hp
Starting At $100,615

Features

Available Floor Plans

SLC | Portside Captain’s Chair

SLC | Portside Captain’s Chair

Captains and co-captains take charge of this layout with an additional portside captain’s chair and plenty of lounging space for your crew.

250 | 25'
Cpb Savannah Slc

SLS | Swing Back Mini L

SLS | Swing Back Mini L

Choose your view with the swing back lounge seating located on the stern of this layout.

250 | 25'
Cpb Savannah Sls

SLRC | Rear Chaise

SLRC | Rear Chaise

The stern of this layout is equipped with two chaise lounge chairs and dual captain’s chairs.

250 | 25'
Cpb Savannah Slrc

SLSC | Swing Back, Dual Captain Chair

SLSC | Swing Back, Dual Captain Chair

This layout includes a swing back lounge chair on the stern and dual captain’s chairs, so whether you’re running the show or relaxing, you never miss a thing.

250 | 25'
Cpb Savannah Slsc
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Build and Price
Performance Packages

CP3+

Performance

The CP3+ package comes standard with two 25” diameter outside tubes and a third 26” diameter center tube with two performance strakes. Enjoy features including an aluminum underskin, a ski tow bar and in-floor storage. Choose from horsepower options up to 400 HP and steering options, which include SeaStar hydraulic steering or SeaStar Optimus EPS.

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