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Brief Summary

The 2575 RCWC is part of the luxury lineup that Bennington offers. Not only is this a comfortable boat, but the possibilities for customizing it to fit your needs are vast. A long list of options ranging from simple lighting and color decisions leads into the more versatile amenities such as chaise lounges, storage, and entertainment centers. The result is a pontoon boat that has been adapted and built to your specifications and needs, rather than having you adapt to the boat. With that said, it all starts with the boat.

Key Features


Length Overall 27' 1''
7.34 m
Beam 8' 6''
2.6 m
Dry Weight 2,649 lbs.
Tested Weight N/A
Draft N/A
- Draft Up N/A
- Draft Down N/A
- Air Draft N/A
Deadrise/Transom N/A
Max Headroom open
Bridge Clearance N/A
Weight Capacity N/A
Person Capacity N/A
Fuel Capacity 25 gal.
Water Capacity none
Length on Trailer N/A
Height on Trailer N/A
Trailer Weight N/A
Total Weight
(Trailer, Boat, & Engine)

Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

Engine Options

Std. Power Not Available
Tested Power Currently no test numbers
Opt. Power Not Available

Captain's Report

Bennington 2575 RCWC
The Bennington 2575 RCWC has a LOA of 27' 1" (7.34 m) and a beam of 8'6" (2.6 m) making this a trailerable package.

Good Old Days...

We still remember the good old days when the words "performance pontoon boat" were a contradiction in terms. On any cruise down the lakes and rivers you can still see some of the throwbacks of the good old days, when a pontoon boat meant sticking the plywood deck on top of a couple of aluminum tubes and adding boxy rails. All that was left to complete the scene was a couple of lawn chairs and maybe even a charcoal grill. These boats were largely considered the joke of the industry, and they were good for little more than put-putting around a small lake by grandpa. If you wanted to go fast, go tubing, or (heaven forbid) skiing you had to look elsewhere.Thankfully those days are behind us. Finally, builders of pontoon boats had enough, and decided to make a new, better, and stronger pontoon boat. The next evolution was in adding performance to the mix. This entailed adding full length keels, spray rails, and the introduction of the tritoon.At some point the folks at Bennington pontoons took a long hard look at the products that were coming out and decided they could still be better. Bennington figured that you could not only combine performance into a pontoon boat but luxury as well. Suddenly, seats got cushier, custom built recliners were added, entertainment centers, bars, galleys... It seemed anything was possible. To be sure there are a lot of manufacturers making luxury pontoon boats nowadays but few can deny the impact that Bennington had on the industry that still continues to this day. Part of that heritage can certainly be seen in today's Bennington 2575 RCWC.

Constructing a Difference

Bennington is still able to separate themselves from the industry by adding construction features that others deem too expensive, or too troublesome. You have to look closely to see some of these differences but they are there. Details such as stainless steel through bolts rather than screws, deck corners that feature stainless steel cleats integrated into stainless steel reinforced corner moldings, and innovative quick release latches for Bimini tops are all items that separate Bennington from the many other brands.

Bennington 2575 RCWC LTD
Since the corners of the boat are going to take the most abuse, Bennington installs stainless steel cleats integrated into stainless steel reinforced corner moldings.

The 2575 RCWC also comes standard with 25” (63.5 cm) pontoons, docking lights in stainless steel housings, full length fencing in your choice of colors, and an extended aft deck allowing for a variety of engine mounting options.

Bennington 2575 RCWC
While some just add rails, Bennington creates these beautiful streamlined rails that surround a custom fence panel in your choice of colors.

But far and away, few features have separated Bennington from all others more than the ability to customize your boat your way, and truly make owning a Bennington a unique experience. Let’s take a look at some of the offerings available as we build ourselves the Bennington 2575 RCWC.

Build Me a Boat

We chose the 2575 RCWC because it seems to exemplify the departure from the boxy layout with lounge seats scattered here and there. The lounging capability is still present but now it takes the form of two aft facing super lounges, which are really two wide chaise lounges with fold-down arm rests. A double wide seat lies to the port side of the helm with a beautifully finished teak trapezoid table. At the port bow, two swiveling recliners reside on either side of the table, and a wrap-around seat occupies the starboard side.

Bennington 2575 RCWC LTD
Gone are the days of simply throwing in four coach style seats and calling it luxury. This layout truly maximizes comfort while maintaining conversational efficiency.

The helm features a one-piece fiberglass body with an integrated armrest. Full instrumentation faces the captain who sits behind a custom made wheel with teak accents and an etched center cap. We’re always happy to see additional touches such as a flush mounted Garmin depth graph, and rocker switches with circuit breakers. All of this comes at an MSRP of $42,533 with a 50-hp 4-stroke base engine.

Bennington 2575 RCWC
Blue Ice LED mood lighting is available throughout and adds a nice touch to a calm night with the moon reflecting off the water.
Bennington 2575 RCWC
If you’re one of those people who puts up a fight every time you raise or lower your Bimini top, you’ll love these quick release Bimini supports.

The Price of Customization

And then we come to the fun part, customizing your boat the way you would like it. You have your choice of packaging your boat with a 50-hp up to 250-hp outboard from Evinrude, Honda, Mercury, Suzuki, or Yamaha.

Bennington 2575 RCWC
Short of mega-yachts, Bennington offer some of the most comfortable seats we’ve seen. Notice this helm station is on an optional elevated platform.
Bennington 2575 RCWC LTD
Ever since LED lighting came into vogue its applications have been limitless. Here four Blue Ice LEDs are installed in the Bimini supports. They can create a romantic atmosphere, or in the case of the photo above just add lighting.

Once you’ve decided on the power you can focus your attention below decks. You can upgrade to 32" (80 cm) elliptical tubes which will give you better flotation and turning performance (add $1,467) or an ESP Performance Package consisting of 25” (63.5 cm) pontoons and an elliptical center tube, Seastar hydraulic steering, lifting strakes, and rounded keels (add $5,733). If you’ll be doing your boating in salt water you’ll want an anode package (add $73).

Bennington 2575 RCWC LTD
An ottoman is always a nice touch, and Bennington integrates the cooler into this one.

We would strongly recommend opting for the elevated helm (add $527), which will easily allow you to see over the heads of anyone seated in front of the helm. If you like extra wide recliner at the helm you can get one at $153. A Garmin color GPS is available as well (add $767).Stereo upgrades are available starting with a simple kicker speaker (add $160), and go right on up to a Rockford amp and subwoofer (add $840).While a 10' Bimini is standard on the 2575 RCWC, we would strongly consider the double Bimini option, extending the shade coverage to add 20''(add $1,067). Blue Ice LED lighting is another $207. Storage is always at a premium on any boat and Bennington can accommodate with in floor storage regardless of whether you opt for two tubes (add $1,000), or three (add $967). Since no one wants to get up and walk all the way to the other end of the boat to get a drink, an ottoman with a built-in cooler can be had for $227. We’re always surprised to see any boat built for entertaining offered with the Porta-Potti as an option (add $80). And since furniture can never be comfortable enough a pillow-top furniture upgrade is offered (add $1,067).This only scratches the surface of some of the available options on your Bennington 2575 RCWC. Regardless of how you outfit your boat, the simple fact is that since it’s a Bennington it will be made well, and after putting your personal touches onto it, you may even be tempted to add your name below the Bennington logo.

Standard and Optional Features


CD Stereo Standard
Head: Portable Optional
Washdown: Raw Water Optional

Exterior Features

Carpet: Cockpit Optional
Swim Ladder Standard
Swim Platform Standard
Transom Door Standard


Bimini Top Standard


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