Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner
(w/ 2 x 130-hp Honda 4-stroke (outboards))


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The 2670 Isle Runner offers both comfortable cruising accommodations and a stable fishing platform. Thanks to her double hulls the 2670 can take the chop better than most boats her size, so when the going gets rough she doesn’t sweat it.

Test Power-- 2 x 130-hp Honda 4-stroke

Best Cruise-- 17.1 mph @ 3000 rpm

WOT-- 34.5 mph @ 5200 rpm

Key Features

    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. There’s 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. It’s a step down into the cabin that features a queen-size berth, fresh water sink and marine head.

Specifications

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Specifications
Length Overall 26' 0''
7.92 m
Dry Weight 4,600 lbs
2,086 kg
Beam 8' 6''
2.59 m
Tested Weight N/A
Draft 1' 6''
0.46 m
Fuel Cap 180 gal.
681 L
Deadrise/Transom N/A Water Cap 20 gal.
76 L
Max Headroom open Bridge Clearance 7' 0''
2.13 m
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

Engine Options

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Engine options
Std. Power None--price excludes power
Tested Power 2 x 130-hp Honda 4-stroke (outboards)
Opt. Power 2 x 130-hp Honda 4-stroke (outboards)
2 x 300-hp Honda 4-stroke (outboards)

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Photo Gallery

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Twin Hull Advantage

The sharp forward entry of the twin hulls on a catamaran will carve up a tight chop, but also add stability when trolling or at rest.

Fishing Features

The 2670 has a good-size cockpit with plenty of fishing features, including mid-thigh depth standard coaming bolsters that are easy on the legs of your crew when fighting a fish.

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Tempered Safety Glass Windshield.

The adjustable captain’s chair sits atop a fiberglass module with a 32-gallon recirculating livewell. There's good overall visibility from the helm and plenty of room to mount other electronics.

Overnight Accommodations

The 2670 Island Runner has overnighting accommodations for two with a queen-size berth, a freshwater sink and a head. Down below there's also room to store rods and other gear.

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Captain's Report

How about some offshore fishing on a 26-footer? You might think twice about answering that question, but if it’s a catamaran they’re talking about, then you can leave your worries behind.

The sharp forward entry of the twin hulls on a catamaran will carve up a tight chop, but also add stability when trolling or at rest. That ultimately translates into a much drier ride for you and your crew.

The 2670 Isle Runner offers the welcome weather protection and crew comfort of a full-width cuddy cabin, complemented by a large fishing cockpit. Dual outboards widely spaced on twin sponsons enhance this vessel’s maneuverability when fighting a large gamefish or pulling up to the fuel dock or launching ramp.

The Isle Runner is equally adept as both a cruising and fishing platform, but doesn’t sacrifice one skill for the other. The cockpit offers mid-thigh depth with standard coaming bolsters that are easy on the legs of your crew when wrestling a big fish alongside.

A bait rigging station to starboard of the transom gate includes a freshwater sink with handy shower nozzle. There’s also a cutting board to port, with a convenient recessed tackle locker down below. Large under-sole insulated fishboxes feature dedicated pumpouts to make cleanup a breeze.

Moving forward, an L-shaped bench to port will comfortably seat two of your crew, with a convenient niche down below for an insulated cooler for your beverages and lunch.

At the helm the adjustable captain’s chair sits atop a fiberglass module with a full-height 32-gallon recirculating livewell. There’s plenty of extra space to accommodate a complete electronic array. A vertical bulkhead positioned allows plenty of room to flush-mount engine gauges, plus all of your fishing and navigation electronics, and this is a feature you won’t find on most 26-footers. One of the Isle Runner’s major plusses is excellent visibility at the helm, which offers a clear view forward and to the sides when underway, in addition to a good look at the baits in your wake.

When it’s time to turn in for the night or just take a nap from fishing a spacious cabin awaits you, with a roomy queen sized berth to starboard and plenty of deep stowage down under. The standard freshwater sink and marine head with 15-gallon holding tank make overnighting a distinct reality, and twin overhead hatches add plenty of natural light and enhance ventilation.

The overall length of this cuddy cat is 26-feet, with a trailerable 8’ 6” foot beam. Her draft of 1’ 6” also gives her the advantage when she wants to fish the shallows.

On the water, the 2670’s sharp sponsons offer a soft ride in the rough stuff. On our test run her top speed powered by twin 130-hp four-stroke Honda outboards was 34.5 mph, with best cruising results at 3000 rpm, turning 17.1 mph at 9.0 gph. This translates to a range of 307 miles using 90% of her standard 180-gallon fuel capacity.

The 2670 Isle Runner offers the best of all worlds, with plenty of cruising comforts, quality high-tech construction, plus a stable fishing platform that will eat up rough sea conditions.

With competitive catamarans coming and going like the moving tides, Glacier Bay has firmly established itself as one of the premier cat builders since its inception 10-years ago.

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Test Result Highlights

  • Top speed for the Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner is 34.5 mph (55.5 kph), burning 26.8 gallons per hour (gph) or 101.44 liters per hour (lph).

  • Best cruise for the Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner is 17.1 mph (27.5 kph), and the boat gets 1.89 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.8 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 307 miles (494.07 kilometers).

  • Tested power is 2 x 130-hp Honda 4-stroke (outboards).
For complete test results including fuel consumption, range and sound levels
go to our Test Results section.


Standard and Optional Equipment

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Standard and Optional Equipment
Systems
Head: Fixed Standard
Shore Power Optional
Washdown: Raw Water Standard
Windlass Optional
Galley
Refrigerator Optional
Exterior Features
Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
Swim Ladder Optional
Canvas
Bimini Top Optional

Standard = Standard Optional = Optional

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Warranty

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Warranty Information
Warranties change from time to time. While BoatTEST.com has tried to ensure the most up-to-date warranty offered by each builder, it does not guarantee the accuracies of the information presented below. Please check with the boat builder or your local dealer before you buy any boat.
Certifications
NMMA Certification Yes

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Price

Glacier Bay 2670 Isle Runner Price
Pricing Range $70,820.00
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.


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