Today Glasstream builds boats ranging from 17’ to the 36’ long 360 SCX, which has a twin-stepped bottom and a notched transom that allows Kirkland to run the outboards mounted higher on the transom. It’s an old bass boat trick. With a trio of 300-hp Mercury Verado outboards, the boat runs just under 75 mph, not bad considering it’s a full 10’ beam and most go out of the factory loaded with air conditioning, a refrigerator, a wetbar, a full V-berth in the forward cabin and a porcelain commode with a pumpout. And the boat is not built light. “We put more glass in the hull than is required, but we never want to change out a hull,” said Kirkland. While other builders have gone with a more sedate look, Glasstream is still going with more aggressive graphics that are all applied by hand by the manufacturer’s in-house artists.