Regulator Marine announces 2019 Fleet & Model Year Updates
In 1988, Regulator Marine set out to reinvent the deep-vee center console sportfisher with the introduction of the now-legendary Regulator 26. Today, the company celebrates 30 years of innovation with the introduction of its 2019 fleet and announcement of a 55,000 square foot factory expansion. 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. The multi-phase factory expansion will be completed in early 2019, yielding an additional 43,000 square feet of assembly and lamination facilities and more office space to accommodate the company’s growing team.
“Introducing the new model year is always an exciting time for us because it is the culmination of another year of progress and another wave of fun for our customers,” said Joan Maxwell, president and co-founder of Regulator Marine. “This year is especially inspiring as we expand the factory and plan for evolution on every level. 2019 is sure to be a thrilling time in our history as we realize growth opportunities across manufacturing, job creation and innovation.”
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 seat with prep and tackle center and overhead SureShade® provides additional cockpit seating without compromising fishing amenities. Redesigned tower access makes the dual helm even more attractive, and, below deck, an expanded cabin features galley kitchen, double berth, and spacious head with shower to accommodate friends and family with ease. Serious anglers will love the optional Taco® Grand Slam 380 outrigger bases with 20’ Carbon Fiber telescoping poles and huge livewell and fishbox capacity. Powered by Yamaha’s allnew quad XF425 engines, with the added stability of the Seakeeper 6 stabilization system, the allnew Regulator 41 is sure to make waves when it launches this summer.
At the other end of the fleet, the Regulator 23 and Regulator 25 will 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” GPSMAP® 7616 XSV multi-touch widescreen chartplotter/sonar display.
Beyond specific model enhancements, 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’ Carbon Fiber telescoping poles.
Plus, continuing the lifestyle amenities that create luxury at every turn, 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 transom walkthrough tuna door on the 23, 25, and 28 round out a full suite of conveniences designed to make the most of the Offshore LifeTM.
“When we started our company with one boat and a dream in an A&P grocery store down the street, we never imagined that this is where life would take us,” said Ms. Maxwell. “We are very proud of what our team has accomplished and grateful to our customers. We look forward to the next generation of Regulator!”
Look for 2019 Regulator models in fishing tournaments throughout the U.S., and contact your local dealer for the latest news on the new line or follow up-to-the-minute news on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.