1980 Glassmaster Values, Specs and Prices

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Glassmaster Note

No longer in production. 1994 - 2006 model information not available.


(2008 - 1971)

POWER BOATS

BASSMATE IV

CHARGER

BASSMATE VI

PLAYMATE

Length: 16'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 900
Beam: 6'3"
Fuel Type:
PLAYMATE

Length: 16'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 1600
Beam: 6'3"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
SUPER BASSMATE

SUPER SPORT

DAYTONA

Length: 17'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 185
Weight: 1900
Beam: 6'11"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
DAYTONA

Length: 17'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 1000
Beam: 6'11"
Fuel Type:
PATRIOT

Length: 17'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 1150
Beam: 6'11"
Fuel Type:
PATRIOT

Length: 17'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 185
Weight: 1900
Beam: 6'11"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
SUPREME

Length: 18'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 1400
Beam: 7'3"
Fuel Type:
SUPREME

Length: 18'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 228
Weight: 2100
Beam: 7'3"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
SUPREME FISHERMAN

TARPON

Length: 18'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 198
Weight: 2100
Beam: 7'3"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
TARPON

Length: 18'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 1300
Beam: 7'
Fuel Type:
REGENCY

Length: 21'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 1900
Beam: 7'11"
Fuel Type:
REGENCY

Length: 21'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 228
Weight: 4050
Beam: 7'11"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
REGENCY FISHERMAN

Length: 21'
Model Type: STERN
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 228
Weight: 4050
Beam: 7'11"
Fuel Type: Gasoline
REGENCY FISHERMAN

Length: 21'
Model Type: OUTBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 0
Horsepower: 0
Weight: 2100
Beam: 7'11"
Fuel Type:
Attached to boats since the 1970s, the Glassmaster name was used for various types of vessels including bow riders and cuddy. Glassmaster shutdown operations in the early 1990s but restarted under the same name in 2005. In the second run of Glassmaster, the focus of the boat builder was planned on center and dual console vessels.