Standard Equipment






Standard Equipment

The passion in the early days surfing the waves off Westport, Washington still exits today. What we have achieved is nothing short of extraordinary

Construction features
Glacier Bay’s offshore-proven displacement hull designs slice through seas and reach optimum efficiency with lower horsepower outboards for a velvet-smooth ride and unparalleled efficiency

Engine lower units are factory-fitted with fin systems that carve through turns and act as stabilizers as speed increases, enabling smooth, fast offshore performance even in the roughest seas

All-composite hull construction filled with foam for basic flotation and strength. Hulls are reinforced with a bonded stringer grid system consisting of cross-bulkheads and longitudinal stringers.

Large PVC rigging tubes in the hulls carry all standard and option wiring and provide ample additional room for custom-rigged electronics in a safe, non-chaffing environment

High-density fiberglass-reinforced composite transoms are further strengthened by the addition of aluminum plates in engine-mounting areas

Non-skid fiberglass liner has molded in diamond-patterned non-skid on all walking surfaces for non-slip safety and easy clean-up

Exterior upholstery is custom-made of premium marine vinyl and open foam cushion material that will not absorb water

12-volt accessory outlet at the dash provides a charge for cell phones, back-up electronics or a quick plug in for a spot light when needed

Standard stainless deck hardware is 316-grade stainless alloy superior corrosion protection in salt water environments

Aft cockpit coaming bolsters are standard equipment in all Glacier Bay boats with forward bolsters standard on center cockpit models

Hardtops or T-tops with heavy-duty aluminum frames are standard equipment and designed with lighting, life jacket storage and electronics backing plates built-in

International lighting, using long-lasting, low temperature, and low amperage LED lights, complies with yachting standards throughout the World

Stainless steel cup holders all around the boat will not deteriorate from UV rays

Safety features
Glacier Bay catamarans carry a ten-year structural hull warranty that offers a transfer option giving you security and a higher resale

Glacier Bay catamarans carry the NNMA certification seal. That means that construction, electrical systems, and design specifications are certified by the National Marine Manufacturers Association and the American Boat and Yacht Council. All 2012 Glacier Bay catamarans are also Yacht-Certified by the ABYC.

Full fiberglass liners insure watertight integrity
Cockpits are self bailing with a minimum of (4) large scuppers to drain water quickly and make clean up a snap

LED cockpit, courtesy lights, work lights and navigational lighting provide long life and very low amperage draw

Hydraulic tilt-steering system with tilt helm uses a stainless single-cylinder, dual tie bar system between the engines for fail-safe security

Engine propulsion systems are isolated with individual starting, fuel and electrical systems for one engine get-home capability

Water-tight connectors below the water-line increase longevity of the electrical systems and make replacement of components safe, swift and easy

Individual battery switches for both the starting and house batteries offer parallel cross-over starting capability through the house battery bank

Swim platforms between the engines with built-in dive ladders are great for swimming and diving and are accessible from outside the boat

(6) pull-up cleats with backing plates provide security and safety and push down and out of the way when not in use

Water-resistant bilge hatches give easy access to bilges for safety checks, repairing equipment or managing seacocks

(4) 500-GPH bilge pumps quickly evacuate water from the hulls: (2) aft and (2) forward

Polyethylene fuel cells never corrode and are double pressure checked in the factory then tested again as a system after the tanks are installed