|Category||Cruisers, Power Catamarans|
|Location||Delray Beach, FL|
|Manufacturer Provided Description|
|The Glacier Bay 2670 Island Runner was designed with comfort, convenience, and protection from the elements. The flush deck design allows for a wide walk-around (14-inches on the starboard side) with easy access to the foredeck for fishing and anchoring. It also provides spacious and usable cuddy cabin. The design also provides almost a foot-and-a-half more helm station width than comparable boats. The helm has a tempered safety glass windshield, custom molded dash assembly with ample room for electronics. On the starboard side there's a custom seat assembly with built-in 32-gallon livewell and oversized access lid, cutting board, and storage access. On the port side is another custom seat module with built-in recess for a 54-quart cooler, included as a standard feature. The aft cockpit is appointed with thick combing pads, sink with sprayer, two large fish wells and tackle box. The aft deck is crowned for drainage and designed with wrap around gutters. Both custom seat modules are designed and built with molded-in 'toe kick recesses' and foot rests. The 2670 also comes with two 6-inch cockpit speakers. Access to the side decks is easy - up two steps. Below deck, the cuddy has a queen-size berth, electric marine head with holding tank, plush interior with leather accents, Corian counter surfaces, vanity sink and storage compartments.|
|Top speed of boat: 44mph|
|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.|
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- The 2670 Isle Runner has plenty of fishing features with the comfort of a cuddy cabin. The cockpit offers a generous amount of space to move around and fight a fish. A bait rigging station to starboard of the transom gate includes a freshwater sink with handy shower nozzle. Theres also a cutting board to port, with a convenient recessed tackle locker down below. Large under-sole insulated fishboxes feature dedicated pumpouts for easy cleanup. Its a step down into the cabin that features a queen-size berth, fresh water sink and marine head.