Technically, it’s the Premier 310 Dodici, the company’s new flagship pontoon that packs a lot inside its 31-foot deck length and nearly 12-foot beam. (The beam is responsible for the nickname because in Italian dodici means “twelve.”) It’s a monster pontoon boat with copious amenities and the capacity for serious horsepower. Let’s start there. Premier has long been known for its PTX performance package, which features a wide center tube with an aft pad to generate lift. PTX helps Premier’s pontoons handle similar to V-hulls, with the ability to carve graceful hardover turns at speed. Plus, PTX helps create inboard heel-in turns, which is the familiar sensation V-hull drivers would experience, rather than the startling outboard heel experienced on some other pontoons.