Boats that Triton Boats offers include fishing and skiing, tournament, saltwater fishing, recreational, utility, aluminum and multi-species. These boats range from simple harbor boats to recreational watercraft and boats for professional and commercial fishermen. Utility boats have a simple layout with a single small engine and room for just several passengers while more sophisticated boats, such as tournament bass boats, have large hulls, storage space for rods and even navigational equipment for serious bass fishermen.
For smaller Triton boats, consumers might find watercraft in the utility series appealing. These boats operate with motors, and are slightly more than 16 feet long. They come in several colors, including camouflage, which makes them ideal for fishing and hunting in lakes, ponds and calm waterways.
Utility boats also come with a travel trailer, as do several other Triton boats. Their safety features include a horn, lights and flotation devices. Owners can customize boats with several exterior colors, marine upholstery and interior rawhide coating.
For fishing and recreation, the Escape series features several boats. They are larger and more powerful than the small aluminum bass and utility boats. The 220 Escape, which is one boat in the series, features a center console, passenger seats, windshield and bilge pump. It has storage areas for fishing rods, icebox and a boarding ladder for swimmers and water skiers. A radio, speakers and tow bar are some standard features, and owners can choose from multiple colors to customize their boats.