The Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Modular Mini Pontoon Boat with Motor Mount, Seat and Kick-rail
Modular One-Man Mini Pontoon Fishing Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat
Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat

Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat

Regular price$1,999.00
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1 review

If your idea of the perfect outing is an afternoon alone on a quest for your next personal best, this is the boat for you. Light enough to manage by yourself, you can either assemble this boat at your backyard pond, or transport it in the bed of your pick-up to one of your other favorite, limited-access fishing holes. 

Boat Weight
150 lbs.
Weight Capacity
400 lbs.
Deck Area
16 sq. ft.
More Specs
  • Marine-grade plywood with carpet or aluminum deck
  • No trailer necessary
  • Easy to assemble at your launch site
Deck Options
Pontoon Options
Accessory Packages
★★★★★
Outstanding products, excellent service, and tremendous people to work with.  Received excellent care throughout my whole process of buying my new pontoon boat! 
John H.
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 man fishing and reeling in a fish

Comfort and stability for all day fishing

The Rebel modular pontoon boat is a very stable, comfortable alternative to kayak fishing. The four-pontoon floatation configuration provides stability front and back, and the 4’ x 4’ deck is wide enough to keep this boat from rocking - so you can stand up to cast, set the hook, reel it in and kneel to land it and let it go. Choose from an all weather, flip up pedestal seat that’s easy on the knees, or, if you need more back support for all-day fishing, select the Deluxe Combo Package that includes a Tempress ProBax with excellent lumbar support.

Less time on maintenance, more time fishing

We designed this compact little boat to be super low maintenance so you can spend more time fishing and less time tarping or bailing out your boat. The pontoons and frame are all welded aluminum, so you won’t need to worry about rust or rivets coming loose. The standard deck is made from marine-grade plywood and carpet and will last for years with little to no maintenance. For a maintenance-free experience, upgrade to the aluminum tread plate deck with a skid-resistant powder-coating. Rain will just bead-up and run off the deck and you’ll never find your Rebel half submerged after a rainstorm because you forgot to tarp it!

 close up of pond king rebel pontoon
 rebel being transported in the back of a truck

Easy to transport, easy to assemble

The materials we use to build the Rebel are highly-durable, so you can assemble the boat once and leave it down at the backyard pond without having to worry about maintenance. However, we know that sometimes you need a change of scenery, so we designed the Rebel to be easy to disassemble, load into the back of your pickup, and reassemble at your desired launch site. The deck is secured to the pontoons using pins, so it literally comes apart in minutes, making this a great boat for fishing private ponds in and around the neighborhood.

Specifications

Seat Capacity
1
Deck Dimensions
4'x 4'
Deck Area
16 sq. ft.
Pontoon Length
3' each
Pontoon Diameter
14"
Pontoon Thickness
.080"
Weight Capacity
400 lbs.
Motor/HP Capacity
Electric Only
Boat Weight
150 lbs.
Boat Width
70"

More Details

The Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat comes standard with these features, but you can choose to customize it with a wide range of options: 

  • 4 all-welded, raw aluminum pontoons
  • Welded, aluminum-framed, marine-grade plywood deck with gray carpet
  • Wired plug
  • Battery clips and strap
  • Motor mount
  • Flush seat mount (seat and post not included)

Personalize your boat by choosing from these options (some fees apply): 

  • Carpet Color: Grey (standard), Navy, or Sand
  • Aluminum Deck Upgrade
  • Silver or Mahogany Powder Coated Pontoon Upgrade
  • Standard Seat Upgrade: Includes a Tempress All-Weather seat with post
  • Railing Upgrade: Includes front stand-up railing and 6" side-rails with back-stop. 
  • Combo Package Upgrade: Includes a Tempress All-Weather seat with a post,  front stand-up railing, 6" side-rails with back-stop, and battery box with quick disconnect.
  • Deluxe Combo Package Upgrade:  Includes a Tempress ProBax seat with a post,  front stand-up railing, 6" side-rails with back-stop, and battery box with quick disconnect.
The one-person boats ship via Motor Freight, including residential delivery with an appointment and a lift-gate, to almost any continental U.S. address. The shipping rate will be calculated at checkout.

We stand behind our products, and we do all we can to pack everything securely. Unfortunately, once an item leaves our facility, we have no control over the shipping process, so it is very important that you examine your shipment BEFORE accepting it. Please see our FAQs for details on how to properly receive your one-man boat from Pond King. If you accept a shipment that has sustained damage, there will be very little we can do to make a claim for the damages to your boat.

The Rebel Modular pontoon boat carries a limited lifetime warranty on any manufacturer defects on frames, welds and pontoons and the Ultraskiff carries a 2-year manufacturer's limited warranty. Any accessories not manufactured by Pond King carry their own manufacturers’ warranty and are handled directly with those respective manufacturers.
Pond King must receive payment in full for the one-person boats before shipping. Generally, you can make a full payment when you place your order online. If, however, you would like to make a $1,000 deposit to get your boat into our production lineup and pay the balance with a check, please call us to make those arrangements.

The exact steps will depend on which model you purchased and what’s included with that model. You’ll receive assembly instructions with the boat, or you can download them here. Whichever model you purchased, assembly will go something like this: 

  1. Break down the pallet and remove all of the pieces from the boxes.
  2. Lay the deck on a flat surface and arrange the pontoons so they’re lying next to the deck in their correct corners. 
  3. Lift the deck and slide each of the pontoons evenly into the receivers under the deck.
  4. Secure the pontoons using the D-Clips.

Have more questions?

We’re happy to answer any questions you may have. Let us help you determine if the Rebel Modular Mini Pontoon Boat is right for you.

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FAQ

It is very important that you examine your shipment BEFORE accepting it. Here’s how to properly receive a shipment: 

  1. Inspect all boxes/pallets and make sure you have all the pieces to your order.
  2. Check the bill of lading from the delivery company to make sure you have all your boxes/pallets.
  3. Report any missing boxes/pallets to the driver and NOTE ON THE BILL OF LADING. Get it in writing!
  4. Next, inspect all the boxes/pallets for anything that looks like damage. If there is a punctured or smashed box/pallet, open it, and make sure that there is no damage.
  5. In the event of damage, you must report it to the driver and NOTE ON THE BILL OF LADING. If you do not note the damage on the bill of lading, you are confirming that you received the goods in perfect condition, and you release both Pond King and the shipping company of any liability on the shipment. While we will do what we can to help you out, ultimately Pond King is not responsible for any damage caused during shipping by a third party.
The Ultraskiff hull (sans motor or seat) weighs 123 pounds and the assembled Rebel weighs 150 pounds.
In our opinion, a standard deep cycle battery-powered transom-mounted trolling motor is the best and safest choice for either of these boats. The motors we sell are the Minn Kota Endura C2 45-lb thrust with 36-in shaft, or the Endura Max 55-lb thrust with 42-in shaft and battery indicator.
Since the Ultraskiff is round, it can feel very sensitive to steer at first, but with a bit of practice, you'll consider its responsiveness a great attribute when in tight spaces. The bottom half of the hull has a large pointed prow like other boats so you’ll find it tracks very similarly to other boats. With its small size, you’ll find the Rebel very responsive, but because of its shape, it also tracks nicely.
Both these boats are low-drafting, so if your propeller is down, that’ll probably bottom before the boat does. With a 200-lb man, a motor, battery, gear, and accessories, the Ultraskiff drafts about three inches and the Rebel will draft about seven.
The Ultraskiff has a maximum weight capacity of 460 pounds, and the Rebel has a 400-pound weight capacity. You should allow about 20 pounds for the motor, and maybe another 20 for the battery and gear. So, the Ultraskiff can handle up to 420 pounds and the Rebel accommodates someone weighing up to 360 pounds.
It all depends on how much you use the motor and the amount of thrust you apply during those usage periods.
If you aren’t going to be using your boat for an extended period, we recommend storing the seat, motor and battery somewhere out of the weather. But neither of our one-man boats require a cover.
The Rebel can be left on the water (as long as there isn't a hard freeze). As for the Ultraskiff, it depends on how you store your boat. If you are keeping it outside, stand it vertically against a fence or flip it upside down. If you are leaving your boat flat on a trailer, then a cover would be helpful to keep the utility pockets and cup holders from collecting water.
The strategically flared bow prevents water from splashing up while giving the boat the lift it needs to get through and over large swells.
The Ultraskiff's hull is rotationally molded as a solid, durable piece, with no glued or riveted seams. The attachments and accessories are screwed into 33 brass and stainless steel mold-in inserts.
The Ultraskiff weighs 123 pounds. It has two handles for lifting and handling underneath the bow. The boat is very easy to roll on its side, although it takes a little while to master it. Once you do, you'll be rolling your Ultraskiff everywhere. You can also slide the boat on its side on surfaces that aren't too rough. A hand truck is another great way to move the boat on land and launch from shorelines and beaches. ​ When assembled, the Rebel weighs 150 pounds, but it is modular. You can detach the pontoons from the deck and put the pieces into the bed of your truck and re-assemble it at your desired launch site.
Yes, both of these one-person boats come with an MSO (Manufacturer's Statement of Origin) and a HIN (Hull Identification Number).
In Texas, if you are only using your boat on your private property, you don’t need to register it. However, if you’ll be transporting your one-person boat to public waters, registration is required. If you’re not a Texas resident, we recommend checking with your state to find out the laws and requirements.