Caravelle Razor – Pontoon & Deck Boats
Loaded with Amenities & Features. Purpose-Built Storage. Eye-Catching Design.
Loaded with amenities, the Caravelle Razor is full of hidden features and is highlighted by unique and purpose-built storage and an eye-catching design.
Caravelle’s patented evolutionary hull design as a Modified Cat to a Pad V. It is hand-laid and foam-filled with five lifting points that are designed to glide across the water and bank in a turn like a performance boat.
Inside the boat from bow to stern there is nearly 18 and a half feet of deck space on this 25-footer with the gate heights ranging from 20 inches tall in the bow to nearly 23 inches in the stern with amenities including two Coleman grills (standard), a Lilypad diving board, changing room, portable toilet, a deep in-floor ski locker, two fishing seats with livewell, vinyl flooring and more.
When equipped with a combination of a Suzuki 200hp four-stroke and Caravelle’s evolutionary hull, you have one very fun and responsive boat to drive.
And because the beam is a little narrower than traditional pontoons, the Caravelle Razor banks beautifully is sharp turns.
Check out the features on all the Caravelle Razor boats below.
The new Caravelle Razor 258PF may look like a pontoon boat, but it’s a different fish altogether!
Anyone who subscribes to the adage “if you’ve seen one pontoon boat, you’ve seen ’em all” hasn’t seen Razor’s new 258 Party Fish. The differences begin at the bow, where there’s a LilliPad diving board, which is one of the hottest pontoon accessories.
Occasionally you may see a grill on a pontoon, but not as a standard feature. The Caravelle Razor 258PF has two grills that come standard.
Next comes the all fiberglass hull (above and below the waterline) instead of aluminum tubes. This unique patented Evolutionary Hull features a catamaran up front and a stepped racing hull in the back with 17 degrees of deadrise.