PAC 1200

  • ITEM# 200-000580
  • $2,999.00
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This stable two-person pontoon boat offers excellent versatility and portability. Significantly lighter than our PRO rafts, it still features enough storage space and load capacity for multi-day trips. A removable front mod converts the aluminum frame for solo use.


  • Length x Width x Height: 13' x 65"
  • Tube Diameter: 20"
  • Weight: 144 lbs.
  • Load Capacity: 750 lbs.
  • Aire Chambers: 2
  • AIREcell Material: Urethane
  • Fabric Denier x Material Weight: 1670 pvc / 37 oz.
  • Seam Construction: Welded
  • Valve: Leafield
  • Warranty: 10 Year
  • Other: Prop65 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DEHP which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Average Rating

5 out of 5 stars

Terry B

Fordyce, AR

I have owned this boat for about ten years now. At first it took getting use to. I am 52 years old and I carry it around by myself. I can load this thing down for weekend or week long fly fishing excursions. It is an incredibly stable fishing platform. I have been in class 3 water with no issues and always felt safe. The ones are heavy but strong. Assembly is very quick once you learn the sequence. Outcast was great on the only issue I ever had with this boat. It was my fault even. You will absolutely love this boat.

Jay Gatton

Yuba City, CA

This is my second review of the boat. Its been out on the water 4 times now in the past 4 weeks of owning it! The boat is Heavy, and put together time is more than what I hoped for. However, once its together and on the water it is amazing. I have found one problem, and that is with the oars. They simply won't balance right for the boat. They are super heavy leaving you tired as hell. Also, all the parts on the boat are mildly noisy for fishing, so I have pur in rubber washers wherever possible and now its MUCH more quiet. All in all, I would recommend this boat to everyone! BUT I would recommend spending the extra cash on nice oars. I may change over some of the clips too just because fly line manages to hang up on everything. This may be avoided with the stripping basket I have just ordered! I will be taking it out pretty much every weekend, for the next 3 or so months for steelhead season, so I will give another report at the end of the season.


First day with the boat! Put it together relatively easy, breaks down to fit in the back of my small truck. On the water it doesnt track AT ALL so for lakes the use is very limited. However, for rivers this thing is going to be dynamight!

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