Sylvan design goes faster with less horsepower!
Last year BoatTEST.com tested the prototype of a revolutionary
new design in pontoon hull shapes. The two-pontoon boat went 41.6 WOT, unheard of
for such a vessel. The secret of the 22’ Signature’s incredible speed was that instead
of the round aluminum “logs” that have been used by virtually every pontoon boat
builder for 75 years, Sylvan engineers designed the bottom to have a deadrise of
about 14-degrees like that on a fiberglass catamaran hull. Sylvan calls the hull
RPT for Revolutionary Planing Technology.
See exciting new Sylvan RPT video commercial…
for the prototype…
Read more about the new design…