Thirty years ago, Regulator Marine set out to reinvent the deep-V center console. Since then, the company has earned a reputation for building some of the finest center console fishing boats in the industry.
Now, Regulator is celebrating three decades of innovative boat building with the introduction of its 2019 fleet and the announcement of a 55,000-square-foot factory expansion that will be completed in 2019. The 2019 fleet advancements lead with the redesign of the Regulator 41, power upgrades to the Regulator 23 and 25, and enhanced fishing and lifestyle amenities on every model.
Innovation is at the core of the all-new Regulator 41, with an expanded cabin, redesigned tower access, and updated features to meet every offshore need.
An integrated wraparound windshield offers more protection at the helm. New aft mezzanine seating with a prep and tackle center and overhead SureShade protection provides additional cockpit seating without compromising fishing amenities. Tower access has been redesigned to make the dual helm even more attractive, while below deck, an expanded cabin features a galley kitchen, double berth, and head with shower to accommodate friends and family.
Other features include Taco Grand Slam 380 outrigger bases with 20-foot carbon fiber telescoping poles and a large livewell and fishbox capacity. The Regulator 41 is powered by Yamaha’s all-new quad XF425 engines, with the added stability of the Seakeeper 6 stabilization system.
The Regulator 23 and Regulator 25 now feature additional power options from Yamaha. The 2019 Regulator 23 features the option to upgrade to twin Yamaha F150 engines, while still offering the standard single Yamaha F300 engine.
The 2019 Regulator 25 features the option to upgrade to twin Yamaha F250 engines, in addition to the standard twin Yamaha F200 engines. Regulator 23 and 25 customers can also opt for the new Factory-Installed Garmin 16 Fish Package, featuring 16-inch GPSMAP 7616 XSV multi-touch widescreen chartplotter/sonar display.
Every Regulator from the 23 to the 41 will now be available in the striking new Shark Gray gelcoat, and every model will feature a more accessible console switchboard, located directly under the electronics screens.
Building on Regulator’s sportfishing heritage, the 28, 31, 34, and 34SS will feature options including three pairs of additional rod holders on the deck cap and Taco Grand Slam 380 outrigger bases with 20-foot carbon fiber telescoping poles.
All models from the Regulator 23 to the Regulator 34 feature optional forward sun shade and watersports tow bar. Customer favorites including starboard boarding and dive door on the 31, 34, and 34SS and a transom walkthrough tuna door on the 23, 25, and 28.
To learn more about Regulator Marine’s exciting upgrades for 2019, contact us at Oyster Harbors Marine.