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    Don't buy a Godfrey pontoon

    Unfortunately my beautiful 2007 Aqua Patio flipped over off my lift in a storm July 1st. I contacted Godfrey about parts availability and received no response. A local boat dealer tried going through another Godfrey dealer and was only told the boat was too old ( this model was manufactured until 2012). The Godfrey rep has a cottage on my lake. No help what so ever. Bennington offered to supply parts as close to mine as they could pull from inventory. The local dealer loaned me a Bennington pontoon to use the rest of the summer. Bottom line is my beautiful Aqua Patio is history and I'm buying a new pontoon that I know the manufacturer will support. So I suggest that everyone should deal with a manufacturer who supports their products.
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