HANDCRAFTED IN THE ARKANSAS OZARKS

You are driven to win. We get you there by building boats with the best materials for precise fit and finish. The state-of-the-art Triton manufacturing facility in northern Arkansas is where the most skilled craftspeople practice their trade with unrelenting pride in workmanship.What makes Triton lead the pack in performance bass boating is how we build the hull and all of the parts that continue to be refined.

Triton leads the pack in performance bass boating by designing hulls that are built for nimble maneuverability at high speeds while never compromising safety and rough water handling. That is a tall order that we take seriously, and we do it by continually refining our own industry breakthroughs. Here's how we do it.    


TOUGHEST STRINGER

The backbone of every Triton is the revolutionary Zero Flex Stringer System™. Two braces from bow to stern, while seven cross members connect port to starboard. This high-performance design helps eliminate deck and hull twisting in rough water or when the boat is at peak performance.    



FULL WIDTH TRANSOM

The full-width transom evenly distributes outboard weight for stronger support. The wood-free transom and stringer are connected to form a solid unibody construction built to last. Another advantage of the full-width transom is a smoother ride in rough water. 



LIFETIME OF CONFIDENCE

The tightest of tolerances leave no gaps between the stringer and hull to form the industry’s most rigid skeleton. That is your assurance that every Triton is built to last a lifetime. Building boats this way gives you confidence in knowing there is no wasted space in a Triton, even when it comes to bonding all parts of the boat to form a solid one-piece design. 



SOLID CONSTRUCTION

The transom is connected to the stringer system and so is the fuel tank for maximum durability and rigidity. It is another example of our passion for building boats of superior strength.    



WIDE DECKS FOR FISHABILITY

The Triton Wide-Track-Flared Hull and Deck Design results in larger rear storage compartments and openings, roomier livewells for better fish health and greater all-around stability.