Glacier Bay Boats 2680 Coastal Runner - Power Catamaran Boat
New 2014 Glacier Bay Boats - Power Catamaran
2007 Glacier Bay Boats 2680 Coastal Runner Description
The 2680 Coastal Runner proved itself on the 1378-mile run to Midway Island in the South Pacific. It was also our choice for the 2700-mile Adventure Trip from Seattle to Alaska's Glacier Bay and across the Gulf of Alaska to the Kenai Peninsula.
The cockpit is large and open, there is a 32-gallon livewell, built-in, tackle box, rod holders in the gunwale, fresh water spigot and sink built into the transom as well as two large, in-deck fish boxes. The easy-to-enter cabin has plenty of headroom and features to a queen size berth. The 12V marine head with 15-gallon holding tank is standard. Best of all is the ride. Whether navigating wild, windblown straits or enormous ocean swells, our owners find Glacier Bay's patented displacement hulls handle the worst conditions with ease and grace.
Rated for twin 150hp engines, you will see top speeds of 36-40 mph, and a range of approximately 275 miles, depending on load and options.
- Length Over All: 26 Feet and 1 inches.
- Draft: 1 Feet and 7 inches.
- Beam: 8 Feet and 9 inches.
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 180
- Water Tank Capacity: 22
- Dry Weight: 5250
2007 Glacier Bay Boats 2680 Coastal Runner Standard Features
Foam filled double bottom hulls
Self bailing cockpit
Queen-sized cuddy bed
Fiberglass hardtop w/ welded windshield system
hardtop SS handrails
Canvas drop curtain enclosure
Cuddy seat & reading light
Marine head w/ holding tank
Teak storage cabinet w/ drawer
Port side settee w/ cooler
Freshwater system - water tank
Salt water washdown
32 gallon livewell w/ window
Livewell seat cushion
Two insulated fishwells with pumps
Feature-rich catamaran with semi-enclosed helm appeals to northern anglers with an eye for quality. Large single-level cockpit features 32-gallon livewell, built-in tackle box, in-deck fishboxes, transom sink and cutting board. One of the few cats with queen-sized berth running fore and aft, not athwartships. Marine head, rather than Porta-Potti, is a big plus. With cabin slightly offset to port, starboard walkaround is wider than portside walkway. Yamaha 150s cruise efficiently at 25 knots and top out in the low 30s.
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