~The 2260 Canyon Runner is a topnotch fishing platform with a high degree of style and comfort. Featuring a hull shape tailored to the requirements of a 22-footer rather than simply being stretched or chopped, this patented hull includes reshaped chines in the bow section and enhanced tracking pads. When combined with the reshaped tunnel top, the 2260 boasts a spectacularly smooth, dry, stable ride while using a miserly amount of fuel.
The 2260 has a low profile designer console with a large 3/8-inch-thick, curved windscreen. The broad dash offers loads of room for electronics and instruments. Along the port side of the console is a gunwale-level, casting platform raised two steps from the front or back. A large compartment under the platform serves as space for a private portable toilet and gear storage area (an industry first)
The huge forward deck features 1-1/4-inch SS grab rails, a large lounge seat, and a 74-quart cooler with cushion on the front side of the console. The aft deck is all fishing machine with standard leaning post, ample storage, four rocket launchers, and heavy-duty, aft hand-rails. It also features crowned, fast draining decks with large side gutters with 1-1/2-inch drains to port and starboard.
The 2260 is equipped with four deluxe chrome Lee rod holders and four, rod storage racks for a total rod storage capacity on the back deck of 12 rods.
Rated for twin, 115 hp engines (not to exceed 438 lbs.), owners should enjoy speeds up to 40 mph and a range of more than 300 miles, depending on load, options, and conditions.
Draft: 1 ft. 3 in.
Beam: 8 ft. 5 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 126
Water tank capacity: 6
Her twin hulls give her more stability in a chop. She has a good fishing platform with plenty of deck space on which to move around. The 2260s fishing features include two large aftdeck insulated fishboxes, two 40-gallon fishwells, a four-rod rocket launcher, leaning post, and recessed tackle box under the starboard corner. A key feature on the 2260 is her center console that also houses a head behind a flip up hatch to port. Its unusual to have a step down head area on a boat this size but Glacier Bay has put her twin hulls to good use.
Currently in production.
Foam filled double bottom hull
ISO NPG gelcoat
Self bailing cockpit
Port Head compartment
6 gallon freshwater tank
Fiberglass leaning post w/32 gallon bait tank and storage
Twin 63 gallon fuel tanks
74 quart cooler with cushion (fwd seat)
Port & Strbd Insulated fishwell w/Pump
316 Stainless Steel & chomed bronze hardware
Dual density upholstery cusions
115 hp engines (Yamaha, Suzuki)
Swim Platform w/ ladder
Colored Hull - Cobalt blue, Fighting Lady Yellow)
Bow Pulpit w/ roller
Locking Dash Security Cover
Stern Seat Assembly (removable)
SS T-top w/ 4 rod holders
EZ Loader Trailer
Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Model name: 2 x 115-hp Suzuki 4-stroke
Model year: 2007
Fuel Type: Gas
Shaft length: 25