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SNEAK PEEK: The New Regal 3200

The beefy new Regal 3200 handles like a sporty, smaller, runabout.

October 4, 2012
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I had the chance to test the new Regal 3200 yesterday, a new dayboat that maximizes usable space.

The 3200 has a 32’2″ LOA with a 10’4″ beam and 21 degree deadrise at the transom. It has a 153 gallon fuel tank, and a dry weight of 9,000 pounds.

There’s tons of storage on this boat, particularly in the starboard console, which is accessed by lifting the forward-facing recliner in the bow.

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The seating arrangements in both the bow and the main cockpit are well done, which I’ll get into in the written test.

Powered by twin 300-hp Volvo Penta gasoline DP stern drives, the boat topped 50 mph and, as the above video shows, displayed vigorous handling at 4000 rpm.

Look for the full test in an upcoming issue.

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