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March 2, 2011

Servicing for Glacier Bay Refrigeration

To sailboat and powerboat cruisers locally and around the world, the name Glacier Bay was recognized for many years as one of the leaders in marine refrigeration. Although Glacier Bay is no longer building or servicing the marine refrigerators / freezers, service is now available through Pacific Sea Breeze Marine.

For all of you lucky boaters who have been enjoying the many benefits of a Glacier Bay refrigeration system, you will be happy to learn that Pacific Sea Breeze Marine has taken over the support and service for these wonderful refer systems.  Located in Santa Cruz California, Pacific Sea Breeze Marine supplies a wide range of marine products for heating, cooling, and refrigeration.  They will soon be offering their own line of refer systems comparable to Glacier Bay’s high-capacity Micro HPS as well as smaller systems to meet the full range of marine refrigeration applications. They can be reached at info@pacificseabreeze.com.

As many will recall, a few years ago Glacier Bay decided to shift emphasis away from marine and concentrate on other endeavors such as Glacier Bay Technology Climate Control System for trucks.  This allows the drivers to be comfortable in their sleeper cab without having to leave their motors idling.  According to Glacier Bay Technology, fleets can save as much as $4,800 per truck per year in fuel costs.

Interesting opportunity for the truckers, but for many of us we wish they were still building their marine refrigeration units.  Thankfully Pacific Sea Breeze Marine has arrived on the scene for support and service!

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