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2022 Regulator 31 CC

The 31 CC is ready for either part-time or hardcore fishing.

Regulator 31 CC in the ocean
The 31 CC provides a soft, comfortable ride, even in harsh sea conditions. Courtesy Regulator Marine

Regulator Marine is known for boats that are stunning and solidly built, and deliver a great ride in rough water. Now add fast to the list of attributes. The new Regulator 31 CC delivers a top speed of 64 mph ahead of optional twin Yamaha XF425s. Even when paired with thriftier twin F300s, it exceeds 52 mph at wide-open throttle.

Who wouldn’t thrill at such swiftness, with anglers eager to reach a hotspot?

With either power choice, the Yamaha Next Generation Boat Control System is standard, a proven team of controls including tilt helm digital electric steering (DES), multifunction digital electronic control (DEC), EX Autopilot with waypoint deceleration, and a CL5 multifunction touchscreen display. Optional Helm Master EX controls add a joystick, Multimode Set Point and EX Autopilot.

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31 CC rigging station
The optional 3X Deluxe ­Mezzanine Tackle Center features additional seating, storage, and optional dual flanking rocket launchers. Courtesy Regulator Marine

The Lou Codega-designed deep-V hull tames the seas. Still, Seakeeper 2 gyroscopic stabilization is installed on more new boats each season to add offshore stability and comfort. It’s available on the 31 CC, but Regulator offers another option: pre-installed rigging for adding the gyro later when tastes or budget call for it. That’s thinking ahead while getting on the water now.

Most boats, especially center-consoles, are called upon to fish at least occasionally, and the 31 CC is ready for either part-time or hardcore fishing. It has a huge cockpit, oversize tackle center, in-deck, in-seat and in-transom fish boxes, and a livewell. Outriggers are an option. Still, the boat remains uncluttered, with gear out of the way when not in use to make way for family fun.

31 CC out fishing
Outriggers are an option on the 31 CC. Courtesy Regulator Marine

But are you really keen on fishing? Upgrade to the optional 3X Deluxe Mezzanine Tackle Center for additional seating, storage, and optional dual flanking rocket launchers that keep your rods at hand when the bite is hot.

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The family is sure to love the boat’s roominess, as well as its starboard boarding and dive door, twin plush seats forward of the console, flip-up forward bow seat backrests, and perhaps especially the stand-up, electric in-console head. Add the optional forward sunshade and cockpit SureShade for cool comfort.

31 CC overhead
The expansive cockpit provides plenty of room for fishing or entertaining. Courtesy Regulator Marine

High Points

  • Comfort’s at hand with an optional forward sunshade and the cockpit SureShade that deploys from the hardtop automatically.
  • Ready-for-Seakeeper rigging keeps all the options open for installation later.
  • Lou Codega-designed deep-V hull provides a soft, comfortable ride, even in harsh sea conditions.
  • Transom bracket adds performance and keeps weight low.

Pricing and Specs

Price: $406,995 (with twin Yamaha 425 XTOs, Helm Master EX)
LOA: 31’4″ (36’5″ with brackets and engines)
Beam: 10’4″
Draft: 1’11” (F300; engines up)
Dry Weight: 10,800 lb. (twin F300s)
Seat/Weight Capacity: Yacht Certified
Fuel Capacity: 300 gal.
Available Power: Yamaha outboards

Regulator Marine – Edenton, North Carolina; 252-482-3837; regulatormarine.com

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