A typical Voyager pontoon will have a bunch of couches, and maybe even a sun-pad in the rear, depending on the size of the boat. This 24' Voyager pontoon is set up with 4-removable fishing chairs, 2-live-wells, and rod storage box to appeal to anglers - and still has room to keep the family comfortable. While fishing is at the core of what this boat is designed for, Voyager still had room to include some other amenities. Next to the helm, is a large sleeper lounge, with storage below and folds out to make a good-sized sun pad. The family will also appreciate the standard pop-up changing room located next to the lounge area, which can be outfitted with an optional porta potti. In addition, this pontoon has a bimini suntop.
On this craft, the rod locker is attached to the sidewall, which is made to stow your rods and reels while keeping them from slamming into each other. Two of the fishing chairs can be placed up front on the bow in each corner along with the other two chairs having space to fit back-to-back, or, two of the chairs can be placed at the stern, where the fishing station is located along with one of the two livewells. Right in front of the helm, there is another aerated livewell with a padded lid. Just behind that livewell is a fish cleaning area with a freshwater sink. At 24' this Voyager pontoon is nicely equipped for fishing and has ample space for the whole family.
For power, this Voyager has a Tohatsu 90HP motor that has been serviced and is ready for water.