Regulator Marine launched its 41-footer a few years ago and the center console has been a big hit for the North Carolina builder. Most companies might be content to leave it alone when they have a successful product but not Regulator Marine.
The deep-V center console sportfisher is the largest model in the company’s lineup that starts at 23 feet. For 2019, Regulator made some significant changes so life would be comfortable for anglers offshore. A new integrated wraparound windshield offers more protection at the helm, while the aft mezzanine seat (with prep and tackle center) and overhead SureShade provide 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, allowing you to accommodate friends and family with ease.
Serious anglers will love the optional Taco Grand Slam 380XL outrigger bases with 20’ Carbon Fiber telescoping poles, two 40-gallon livewells and two insulated fishboxes with a combined capacity of 600 quarts.
Powered by Yamaha’s all-new quad XF425 four-stroke engines connected to Digital Electronic Controls, the 41 delivers the performance buyers demand. Cruising at 25 mph with the outboards turning 3,000 rpm, the engines burn a measly 33 gallons per hour. Open up the throttles and the 41 is good for a top speed in the low 60-mph range, the company said.
With the added stability of the Seakeeper 6 stabilization system, the 41 is everything buyers wanted in a luxury sportfisher. Base price for the 41 is $864,000.
Max power:1,700 horsepower
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