Just as car brands offer a variety of classes (or trim levels), Barletta offers three different series: the Cabrio, the Corsa, and the Lusso. Here’s what makes each series from Barletta different:
The simple, clean Cabrio
Affordable luxury – $$$
First, we have Barletta’s entry-level model—the Cabrio. Every Cabrio comes equipped with stowaway doggie dishes, Hertz audio, Yeti-ready cup holders, Doggie Dockview, and USB chargers.
Barletta is dedicated to offering a variety of premium features on every boat, including the entry-level Cabrio. Features include powered biminis, plush interior furniture, and Vibration Isolation Pad (VIP) Technology. As for size, the Cabrio is available in 20, 22, and 24-foot model lengths, which is great for small to medium-sized inland lakes. Overall, if you don’t want too much flash but are looking for a great pontoon at an entry-level price point, consider the Cabrio.
The sporty, customizable Corsa
Sporty luxury – $$$$
Barletta’s mid-level model, the Corsa, brings a sporty and modern twist to the lineup. Compared to the Cabrio, the Corsa has more color and customization options and is available in 21, 23, and 25-foot model lengths.
In addition to the standard features found on the Cabrio, the Corsa has a higher side railing, a raised helm with chrome gauges, interior accent colors options, and can be equipped with a forward-facing arch. The forward-facing arch is gas-operated and can be easily lowered or raised. If you’re looking for a pontoon with a sporty aesthetic and plenty of customization options and features, consider the Corsa.
The top-of-the-line Lusso
Premium luxury – $$$$$
Lastly, we have the Lusso, the top-of-the-line boat from Barletta. From bow to stern, the Lusso is for the consumer that wants the best of everything: the highest quality construction, the plushest interior, and the highest side railing in the lineup.
The Lusso can also be equipped with a forward-facing arch like the Corsa, but the Lusso’s arch is electronically operated. Raising and lowering the arch is as easy as pressing a button. The Lusso is available in 23 and 25-foot model lengths and is the only boat in the lineup that can be equipped with a 450 hp engine. Overall, the Lusso is a great option for boaters on mid to large-sized lakes.
As for price, the entry-level Cabrio can range from $65,000 to $75,000* depending on the selected options. The mid-level Corsa can range from $90,000 to $110,000*. For the Corsa and Lusso, a major determining factor of the price is the engine horsepower and the toon option. Finally, we have the Lusso which ranges from $120,000 to $135,000*.
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In addition to the three different models, each series offers a variety of floorplans, so you can find the Barletta pontoon that fits your needs. And with their recent acquisition by Winnebago Industries, customers can have confidence that their Barletta pontoon will continue to hold value for years to come.
*Prices, product specifications, and pricing information shown on this website are for information purposes only and are subject to change at any time.