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Get Your New Pontoon Before Christmas

Get Your New Pontoon Before Christmas With less than 14 weeks to go for Christmas and our summer time production just about at capacity, if you were thinking of a new pontoon before Christmas then you better be quick. With local council approvals…
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Its all about the finished product

In this weeks blog I wanted to show you a little bit of the work we have completed and the passion and dedication that goes into all of our products and services. From Cairns QLD to Yamaba NSW and all the way over in Western Australia and Internationally…
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Things to consider when purchasing a waterfront property

As pontoon manufacturers we often get the call from people who have just purchased a waterfront property and are very excited to get a pontoon only to be told, sorry you can't have one. Its something we hate telling people and we try our hardest…
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A look back at the pontoons installed in 2014

In 2014 Aqua Construction grew with leaps and bounds and based of the success of this it was decided to introduce Aqua Pontoons into the market place, this was done to take care of all the new and used pontoon sales including boat lifts, jet…
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Accessorizing your pontoon

These days the request for accessories on pontoons has grown quiet a lot so where at Aqua Pontoons we jumped on the band wagon and bought you a heap of cool stuff. One of our favourite things we offer are powder coated accessories for your pontoon…
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The right pontoon for your property

Picking a pontoon can sometimes be a difficult task if you are not familiar with the industry and the different connections types that can be used. Today I wanted to guide you through the different connection methods and the pontoon construction…
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Can I have a pontoon on my water front block?

In this weeks blog I wanted to explain the process of obtaining a pontoon approval and what your rights and limitations are and how long the process takes and time frames of manufacturing.Step 1: Maximum pontoon size for your blockThe maximum…
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How a pontoon is made and its journey to the water

In this blog we take a look at a new 12m x 3.5m concrete dry-berth pontoon through it's stages of production.Stage 1: Foam void and HDPE liner wrapped togetherThis stage is where the foam void (floatation) is wrapped in a protective High…