Rec Boat Holdings Rolls Out New Glastron Line For 2014

Glastron New Line for 2014

Rec Boat Holdings has launched the 2014 model year line up to an audience of more than 30 International dealers at its headquarters in Cadillac, Michigan today. The Company introduced the new lineup to its top dealers at an exclusive Leadership Conference on August 4-6th.

The Glastron brand has undergone a tremendous redesign effort bringing new and innovative features to this iconic line of boats. The new model year adds the all-new GT245, a 24-foot feature-packed open bow boat, new Legacy models and the GTX160 and GTX185, both entry level models designed to attract the budget-conscious buyer. In addition to these new sterndrive and outboard powered models, the Company announced a new line of jet powered boats – the GT187 and GT207.

The expansion of jet boats was recently announced, along with the company’s new Scarab® brand, to include the new GT187 for Glastron. The Rotax-powered jet boat, the first of a series of models to roll out in 2014, promises to bring a whole new level of boating fun to the Glastron line. Jet power delivers unique benefits to boaters including shallow water operation, quick acceleration and additional cockpit space.

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