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Learn how Barletta puts their customers first and protects their product with their warranty program.

Are you interested in learning more about Barletta’s industry-leading warranty program? You’ve come to the right article to learn all about how Barletta backs their product and ensures you’ll be taken care of. So, keep reading to learn about Barletta’s warranty program.  

What is Warranty?  

First, let’s discuss what the purpose of a warranty is. Warranty is how boat manufacturers can guarantee that your boat is protected. Though we hope your boat remains in perfect condition from the moment you pick it up to whenever you decide to sell it, sometimes things go wrong.  

Warranty protects your boat if you were to run into an issue caused by something you didn’t cause. It is very important to understand that warranty is determined on a case-by-case basis. Your dealership can help to determine whether your situation calls for a warranty claim or not.  

For example, if you beach your pontoon on a rocky shore and it causes damage to your toons, these repairs will not be covered by a warranty program. If you’re ever unsure about whether your specific situation is covered by warranty, call your local dealership.  

Barletta Pontoon’s Warranty 

Now, for the part you’ve been waiting for…Barletta’s warranty program. Barletta has built their name on providing the best customer service in the industry. Part of that amazing customer service includes the warranty that protects your boat.  

Their warranty is described as Limited-Lifetime Structural and 10-Year Bow-to-Stern warranty. There’s a few things going on with this warranty so stay with us as we describe what this means.  

Limited-Lifetime Structural 

The limited-lifetime structural warranty refers to the deck and below on your boat. But let’s break that up even further.  

The lifetime warranty applies to the structure below the deck of your boat. This includes the chassis of the pontoon and all of its components. While it includes everything below the deck, it also includes other structural parts such as the railings, gates, bimini frames, and more.  

Whether you have your boat for 5 years or 20 years, you will be protected by Barletta’s lifetime structural warranty. Now that we’ve gone over the lifetime warranty, it’s time to review the limited warranty. 

Barletta’s limited warranty refers to the deck. This is the marine-grade plywood that is the deck of the pontoon. Since Barletta doesn’t craft their own marine-grade plywood, the manufacturer guarantees the deck for 25 years. Therefore, the limited warranty refers to the deck of the pontoon.  

10 Year Bow-to-Stern 

Now, to the final part of Barletta’s warranty program, the 10 year bow-to-stern. This part of the warranty refers to everything that sits above the deck of the boat. It includes the furniture, flooring, helm, electronics, cover, and mechanics.  

Barletta will protect all of these components for 10 years, regardless of the component manufacturer’s program. This means that Barletta is going to make sure your boat is in the best condition possible for a long time.

With this warranty program, Barletta is leading the industry by ensuring that your boat is well-protected. Their goal is to keep you on the water and enjoying hours on your pontoon.  

The Engine 

There’s one part of the warranty program that we haven’t talked about yet. That is the engine’s warranty. Since Barletta’s can be equipped with several different kinds of motors, there’s not one “blanket” warranty. 

Instead, this is completely based on the motor manufacturer’s warranty program. At Action Water Sports, we equip our Barletta’s with Mercury motors. To learn more about Mercury’s warranty program, check out their owner’s manual. And, if your Barletta is built with a different motor, be sure to check the specific manual for your engine. 

You can also call your local Action Water Sports to ask about your motors warranty. We will be able to walk you through what is covered and whether your boat requires a warranty claim on any issues.  

How to Warranty Register Your Boat 

Barletta has made it easy to register your boat. When you purchase a Barletta from a dealership, the dealer is responsible for sending in your warranty registration. This will ensure that Barletta can work through any warranty claims if needed. 

The only thing you have to do is to go through the boat with your dealer upon delivery. This way if you notice something is off, the dealer can get it taken care of right away.  

How to Transfer Your Warranty 

Transferring your warranty is helpful if you were to buy a used Barletta that had time remaining in the original warranty. The good news is that Barletta will fully transfer any remaining warranty to the new owner.  

All you must do is visit Barletta’s warranty transfer portal and enter the HIN and information on your boat. This must be done within 30 days of purchasing the boat to successfully transfer the warranty.  

Enjoy Your Barletta 

Knowing that your boat is protected for a long time in an easy way should allow you to sit back and relax. It’s time to enjoy your Barletta Pontoon Boat worry-free.  

If an issue does occur, call your local Action Water Sports and we’ll be here to help decide whether your situation warrants a warranty claim. In the meantime, enjoy time on the water on your luxurious pontoon.  

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