“Pontoon Science” Videos
Tour Avalon’s pontoon boat construction facility and see why our manufacturing team is the best in the business.
(Click to jump to a video)
- Tube Rolling
- Seaming & Joining
- Constructing the Nose Cone
- Nose Cone Insertion
- Keels & End Caps
- Dip Tank
- High-Performance Lifting Fins
- Center Tubes
Check out the first step in the pontoon building process: Rolling metal to shape the sides of the pontoon tube.
Building a pontoon is no walk in the park. See what goes into joining and seaming the best pontoon parts in the business.
Good welding is one of the secrets to great pontoon construction. See how Avalon takes welding to the next level during our manufacturing process, and why you should look at a pontoon boat’s welding before purchasing.
The nose cone is the first part of the boat in the water. It takes the most beating. That’s why it’s crucial for Avalon’s nose cones to be crafted and constructed carefully and precisely.
After creating the tube and the nose cone, it’s time to put them together. See how we give consumers an edge-free surface.
End caps are another important part of constructing our pontoons. These components allow for mounting accessories and add to the strength and rigidity of the pontoon.
Risers constitute the distance between the tube itself and the decking. Precise riser construction is another step in creating the perfect pontooning experience for our customers.
Ever heard of a dip tank? This is a pontoon boat manufacturing tool that lets us check each pontoon tube for leaks. Wherever we see bubbles, we go back and make repairs.
Lifting fins add to a boat’s overall performance and the strength and rigidity of the tube. These optional additions help with lift during take off for the ultimate pontooning experience.
“Tritoons” have an extra tube in the center of the boat to aid in buyoncy and performance. Check out the extra step that Avalon tri-toons go through in our luxury boating facility.