Glastron saw its start in 1953 in a rented garage with the capital funds of several local business professionals to create one of the first fiberglass boats on the market. That first boat impressed investors, and the business took off. In the mid ‘60s, the popularity and reputation put Glastron boats in front of film producers and brought their creations to the silver screen, from the custom Batboat in the 1966 Batman film to the Glastron GT-150 that made the record-breaking 120-ft jump in the James Bond franchise’s Live and Let Die. Stable Vee Hull Design In the years since those original builds, the reputation of Glastron brought astronomical growth and design innovation. The stable Vee Hull design was launched with Glastron before other boat companies discovered the hydrodynamically beneficial design. The vee hull allows for extra lift upon acceleration, bringing a quicker plane, more responsive turns, and an overall better ride. Customer Choice Customizations Glastron boats are available with a variety of engines. You can choose Mercury Marine, Yamaha, or Volvo Penta for your boat engine. The engine is just one of many ways you can customize your watercraft, such as appearance. You can also talk with a certified Glastron dealer about the available warranties to ensure you’re never left stranded on shore when the fun is on the water. We encourage you to consider the joy an afternoon on the lake will bring, and the peace of mind the Glastron warranty will bring. Boatline Connections Boatline connects you with some of the widest networks of certified dealers in the country. Let us help you find the best dealer for your next Glastron investment, bringing memories and experiences to you and your family for decades to come.
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