The NMMA Certified label on a Landau pontoon boat lets owners know it was built to meet (and often exceed) strict quality and safety standards established by the U.S. Coast Guard and the American Boat & Yacht Council. These standards include: 31 categories covering electrical systems, powering, floatation, fuel systems, and navigation lights. Certified boats must also pass rigorous annual inspections from independent, third-party inspectors. As a result, U.S. Coast Guard statistics show NMMA Certified boats are safer than non-certified boats.
Attention to detail and a craftsman approach are what truly define a Landau pontoon boat. From seam welding to QA checks, the team members at Landau work together to ensure quality is first and foremost at every point in the pontoon-building process.