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Regulator 34 CC

The 34 CC is a smooth handling boat with a great layout.

January 31, 2013
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Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

Regulator 34 CC

We Say: Regulator’s 34 Center Console may be the company’s best model yet. This overbuilt boat rides much bigger than its advertised length, thanks to the standard Armstrong engine bracket, which allows for a longer cockpit and a closed transom compared with boats with integrated motor brackets.

With twin Yamaha F350 outboards we hit 57.7 mph at wide-open throttle. Pulling back, the 34 CC gobbled up a confused chop without a shudder and cruised at 36.3 miles per hour while sipping 27.8 gallons of gas. Handling is sure and effortless with the Teleflex Optimus power-assisted steering.

Blue-water anglers will love the abundant insulated and lockable stowage. The leaning-post tackle center is handy too, with a big livewell, rigging station and tackle boxes. Keep the catch of the day iced down in the 272-quart transom fish box.

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Sweet fishing machine aside, the 34 CC is not without creature comforts. The roomy console is equipped with an electric head and holding tank, hand-held shower and a cozy bunk for two. Console air conditioning and bow cushions top the list of many available options.

Who’d’ Want One: Hard-core anglers will appreciate the layout and soft ride, but there are enough amenities to keep the family happy too.

Another Choice: Sea-trial Grady-White’s Canyon 336 ($263,165 powered like our test boat).

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Bottom Line: $254,995; regulatormarine.com

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