Bob Hammond, laminates at the factory in Douglas, well studied properties and characteristics of polymeric resins. In 1953, he waved Douglas knob and gets a Texas Lone Star (duralumin fishing boats). And after work at the shipyard sent in a rented garage and builds there own boat. Finally, his 5-foot hydroplane, "excellent" squeezer in the Gulf of Mexico, urges sponsors to give Bob $25,000 on October 14, 1956 — the official birthday of the Glastron Boats. Already the New year young Builder makes 24 boats. In 1957, Hammond launches into a series of Fire-Flite (stylish sedan) and the Surf-Flite (a fishing deck-boat). But the main innovation Bob was give customers the possibility to choose the color of their future purchases (though initially offered only 4 choices). In the 1990s Glastron sold to Genmar Holdings, the production transferred to Minnesota. The shipyard continues to maintain a 20-30-foot segment, offering the widest selection of versatile sports boat. Basically it's easy bourgery under a removable outboard (about 30 models!), there is three fishing dek-Bartow.