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Regal 3200 Bowrider
Draft (max): 3'0"
Displacement (approx): 9,000 lb.
Deadrise: 21 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 9'1"
Max Headroom: 4'5"
Fuel Capacity: 150 gal.
Water Capacity: 30 gal.
Max Horsepower: 760
Available Power: Mercruiser or Volvo Penta sterndrives up to 760 hp
My favorite feature on the 3200 just might be the twin UltraLounges that sit on either side of the transom walk-through to the swim platform. They easily adjust to six positions. So if two passengers want to tan and two want to do something else, there’s the space and means to do it all. A centerline walkway provides access to the swim platform, where a recessed ladder hides under a hatch.
The PowerTower is another signature Regal element. The one-piece aluminum component can be lowered with electric rams for transiting under low bridges, trailering or storing in dry dock. When fully recessed, it lowers the bridge clearance by three feet.
Performance? This boat has it in spades, with its Hunt-designed OceanTrac hull, a conventional deep-V (compared with the FasTrac stepped hulls on other models) engineered for efficiency and stability. We found both traits easily provable: I topped 50 mph with twin 300 hp sterndrives — some competitors in the large bowrider category require 320s to hit that speed. And, for a big boat with a wide beam, the 3200 proved incredibly agile. I made several lock-to-lock turns at speed and couldn’t get it to blow out or lose track. It also fared well in key performance indicators such as time to plane (four seconds), 0 to 30 mph (8.1 seconds) and holding plane (16 mph at 2,300 rpm). Midrange acceleration felt crisp.
Overall, the Regal 3200 Bowrider is a boat designed to carry your crew and gear and, most of all, your day.