This represents a major refinement of the 260 Canyon Runner, perhaps the most successful outboard-powered catamaran in the world. Having taken its predecessor across almost 1,400 miles of remote Pacific Ocean, we can vouch for the boat's integrity.
Despite being a displacement hull, this Glacier Bay can easily top 40 mph with twin 150s. And it can do that in remarkably rough conditions. Unique tracking pads on the bottom of each hull ensure arrow-straight tracking even in heavy seas.
Canyon Runner features include a large cockpit with aggressive nonskid and a crowned deck that sheds water into strategically placed gutters, drained by four large scuppers. Glacier Bay molds a sink, cutting board and tackle box into the aft coaming. The casting platform on the bow contains a large storage bin and insulated fish well. In addition, you'll find a pair of 180-gallon fish boxes/
dry-storage bins amidships.
The lockable starboard compartment boasts storage for six 81¼2-foot rods and a raised floor grate to provide semidry storage for duffel bags and gear. The port fish locker comes with a bilge pump and macerator. And if you want to take your Glacier Bay far afield, an optional larger fuel tank is available.
The redesign came thanks to customer input. Some of the many changes include a larger dash with locking cover, designed to accommodate the latest 15-inch electronics displays; four rod holders on the leaning post; a higher windshield; and a 40-gallon livewell.
LOA 26 ft. 1 in.
BEAM 8 ft. 9 in.
DRAFT 1 ft. 4 in.
DEADRISE Displacement Cat
WEIGHT 4,200 lb.
FUEL 180 gal.
MAX POWER (2) 150-hp OB
MSRP $52,880 (w/o power)
Glacier Bay Boats