Glacier Bay
Year 1997
Length 26 ft
Price US$33,900
Located in New Port Richey, FL
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Boat Details
Fuel Gas/PetrolHull Material Fiberglass 
Length Overall 26 ftNumber of Engines 2 


This rig is off shore ready with twin (2006) EVINRUDE E-TEC 175 motors, Installed new in 2007. Used LITTLE WITH LESS THAN 60 HOURS......PRICE REDUCED !! The Glacier Bay 260 Canyon Runner is built in Washington State to meet the rigors of the Pacific Ocean. This boat runs on a pair of sharp, thin displacement hulls that allows her to reach higher speeds with less horse power and the wetted surface is reduced compared to an equal sized monohull. Weighing just 4200 lbs she is lighter than most vessels in her class also.
While catamarans are great for fishing due to the excellent rough water capabilities, they also make great family boats that lend themselves equally well to diving, cruising, and entertaining. Regardless of the activity, the Glacier Bay 260 Canyon Runner will beat all expectations. This particular vessel has been kept on a lift and has enjoyed superior maintenance throughout her life.

Broker Remarks: Here is the ultimate offshore ride with tower and dual controls and to boot has installed late model Evinrude E-TEC 175hp with only 60hrs and WARRANTY. The popularity of catamarans is increasing every year, and for good reason. Primarily, they are a much better ride than traditional 'V' bottoms. They really out-perform other boats in light to heavy seas. Glacier Bays are heading out while traditional vessels of this size are heading in for shelter. This boat has all the right equipment to include GPS, bottom machine, outriggers, live well, large in deck fish boxes, Tower with dual controls, auto pilot on both helm controls, bam comes to mind! This vessel is a displacement hull catamaran that exhibits unbelievable handling characteristics and will always out-perform comparable monohulls in a nasty chop with a greater degree of comfort for the helmsman and passengers. In September of 1996 a 26' Canyon Runner became the first unassisted outboard-powered vessel to complete the 728-mile trip from the U.S. mainland to the Bermuda Islands. THIS IS THE BOAT AND SHE IS PRICED TO SELL WITH THE ENGINE PACKAGE AND LOW HOURS AND ELECTRONICS, SHE IS TIGHT.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder/Designer Builder: Glacier Bay Dimensions LOA: 26' Beam: 8'6" Displacement: 4200 Engines Engine(s): Evinrude Engine(s) HP: 175 Engine Model: E-TEC Hours: 60 Tankage Fuel: 240 Water: 13 Construction This vessel is a center-console catamaran with hulls that are hand-laid with rolled mat, woven roving, Kevlar and knitted biaxial fabrics. She has a fully integrated rib, stringer and bulkhead system that is completely glassed in place for optimum strength and stability. Hull and deck joints are Urethane-bonded and bolted every 4 inches. Fishing Equipment (10) rod holders Forward insulated fishwell with OB drain (65"x14"x12") 2 midship storage/fishwells with 800 GPH pumps (74"x23"x24") tackle box Electronics 4" compass Northstar 941-X GPS Plotter Lowrance lcx-17m bottom machine Jbl am/fm stereo with Sirius satt connect Standard vhf Navico Auto pilot Electrical (3) batteries w/parallel switch 12V DC electrical system Deck Center console is large enough for enclosed Sanipottie portable head Danforth anchor Bow pulpit w/rails Fenders with lines Swim ladder Life jackets Navigation lights Transom door Custom Tower with dual controls Salt water wash down system full Coast Guard-approved foam flotation (6 compartments) self-bailing cockpit with (4) 1.5" overboard scuppers (4) 800 GPH bilge pumps crowned cockpit floor with side gutters sport console with 1/2" plexiglass windscreen and 1" hand rails head compartment with storage and dash door (53" headroom) 15" S/S wheel with hydraulic steering two fuel gauges 3 cockpit courtesy lights easy boarding transom w/handrails between the engines

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.