Buy a new pontoon and we will deliver and launch it free of charge at the boat ramp of your choice in the surrounding counties.
Warranty service at your dock! Yes, a Spicer's technician will come to your boat to perform warranty repairs. 24 Hour Technical Support One of our technicians will have a phone in his or her possession in the event you have operational issues while Spicer's Boat City is closed. Technicians are available to help assist you by telephone with problems or concerns as you acclimate yourself to your new boat during the first year of ownership. We will do our best to help talk you through the problem or concern you are having. We will do this free of charge, at your convenience, at any time of day.
Quick Care Service
At Spicer's you can count on us to get your boat into our service department the same day you bring it to us. We will perform a diagnosis of the problem and in many cases repair it right on the spot. To perform this same-day diagnosis we must have your boat here by 11:00 a.m. Buying a boat from Spicer's means quick service and preferred service scheduling. When you require service, all you have to do is call or go online to set up a service appointment, and we will get you right in
Free On-Water Orientation
Upon purchase of your new boat you have the option to have a free on-water orientation. We will take you out on Houghton Lake to demonstrate how your new boat operates and performs. So we may spend more time with you and avoid crowded boat ramps, this service is offered on weekdays.
Free Pontoon Loaner
Trailers When you purchase a pontoon boat without a trailer and need to bring it back to us for warranty repair, winterize, maintenance, retail repair, or storage, we will loan you one of our trailers for free. Certain restrictions apply, see Spicer's for details.
Spicer's Boat City was recently recognized as one of the Top 100 boat dealerships in North America. "Our editorial staff was extremely impressed with this dealership's ability to build lasting relationships with its customer base," said Jonathan Sweet, Boating Industry magazine's editor-in-chief. "We are looking for companies that will provide a superior consumer experience, all the way from the sale to service to storage."