For example, Carolina Skiff is one of the few boat manufacturers targeting saltwater pontoon boaters. The nation's top selling boat brand of outboard-powered fiberglass boats less than 24 feet long entered the pontoon boat market last year with model supported by "logs" made of fiberglass. I tested the 21 foot Fun Chaser FPG 2100 pontoon model which, like each model in the new 'toon lineup, is floated atop high volume logs that offered the sensation of riding over the water rather than across it. The pontoons are constructed using all-composite fiberglass and finished with polished high-grade stainless steel trim, making the boats suitable for use in saltwater, which can corrode aluminum-logged pontoon boats. All the hardware --fasteners, trim, latches, gates and Bimini supports – aboard the Fun Chaser are built using saltwater-resistant stainless steel, and what's not, like the deck fencing and the furniture bases, is constructed of fiberglass or composite materials, again with saltwater use in mind.