Take a look below to see if the Hurricane Deck Boat question you have is one of the many we receive often. If you do not see the answer you're looking for, please contact your nearest dealer for assistance. Your nearest dealer can be found via the Dealer Locator.
A: No. We sell direct to our extensive dealer network, who in turn is able to sell you a Hurricane Deck Boat. We recommend working with the dealer that is nearest to where you do your boating, as they will be the dealer to provide any service needs you may have. To find your local dealer, visit the dealer locator.
A: To find your local dealer, visit the dealer locator.
A: For Hurricane parts and accessories, please contact your local dealer with the HIN of your boat. If you are interested in ordering apparel or gifts, visit our apparel site for an extensive selection of options to keep for yourself or give as a gift.
A: For warranty questions or concerns, please contact your local dealer, who you purchased your Hurricane Deck Boat from. To find your local dealer, click here.
A: To get an idea of pricing, visit the Build-a-Boat feature, where you can get MSRP pricing for the colors, options, and engine that you're interested in for your Hurricane Deck Boat. Dealers will often sell below MSRP, so we recommend sending your built boat to a local dealer for a quote. Click here to build your own!
A: Wearing Hurricane gear is a great way to show how much you love your boat! To purchase clothing or gear, click here.
A: Hurricane HINs can be found on the transom on the driver's side (starboard) of the boat.
A: To find the retail value of your boat, we recommend visiting http://www.nadaguides.com/Boats. If you are looking to trade in your pontoon boat, let your local Hurricane dealer know you are looking for trade in value by filling out this form.
A: Please click here to view the Model Year 2017 Warranty Information.
A: To get a copy of the Owners Manual for your boat, please click here.
A: Hurricane Deck Boats and Godfrey Pontoon Boats (Sanpan, Aqua Patio, and Sweetwater) are all part of the Godfrey Marine family. Godfrey Marine has been producing recreational boats since 1958, and continues to lead new innovations year after year. To view the Godfrey Pontoon Boats, click here.
A: Yes! We have a Hurricane Deck Boat forum where many owners and loyal customers share photos, help each other answer questions, and plan meet-ups out on the water! Click here to join the fun!