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Regulator 41

The Regulator 41 combines luxury with fishability.

December 16, 2015
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LOA: 41’3″ (47’3″ with bracket and engines)
Beam: 12’6″
Dry Weight (approx.): 21,100 lb. (with power)
Seating/Weight Capacity: Yacht Certified
Fuel Capacity: 600 gal. More Information: regulatormarine.com
Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine
Regulator 41 Regulator Marine

Regulator’s largest boat ever, the new 41 features a posh cabin inside its center console with a cherry dining table that converts to a berth for two, and a galley with an inductive cooktop, microwave, countertop, sink and fridge that sit amid wood-veneer cabinetry. There’s also an enclosed head compartment with a porcelain toilet and a stand-up shower. A standard 10,000 Btu air-conditioning system cools the cabin and the bridge deck.

At the helm, a trio of Raymarine gS165 multifunction displays guides the way. Forward vision is outstanding, thanks to the 9½-inch-high bridge deck with a Flexiteek sole that elevates the view.

Three-across helm seating with wrap-around armrests and flip-up bolsters cradle the crew along with an angled footrest at the base of the console. You can also relax on the 50-inch-wide bench-style seat that folds out from a recess in the transom. Coaming bolsters that encircle the interior serve as cushioned backrests for this convenient seating.

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Within the transom bulkhead, an 84-gallon fish box with an optional 12-volt DC chiller system minimizes the need for ice. A pair of 40-gallon livewells flanks the transom fish box.

The hardtop shelters the bridge deck and serves as the base for an optional second station. The view from up there is great.

A motorized three-level dining table in the bow forms part of the 41’s single-level deck when retracted, but it also elevates to become the middle section of an expansive lounge pad. When at the highest level, it becomes a dining table surrounded by U-shaped seating. This multipurpose bow seating also converts to a pair of forward-facing lounges with flip-up backrests.

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An angled backrest in front of the console features armrests on each side and a fold-down armrest with built-in cup holders in the middle. At the foot of the 45-inch-long lounger is a 240-quart locker with special racks for stowing 5-gallon buckets. Under the bow deck is another fish box, and this one boasts a 624-quart capacity.

This center-console is also swift. With quad Yamaha F350 outboards, the 41 can achieve a top speed in excess of 60 mph.

High Points
*A cabin inside the center console offers 7½ feet of headroom.
*Table in the bow descends to create a lounge area.
*Elevated helm deck offers excellent forward vision.
*Transom bench-style seat easily folds out and back in.

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How We Tested
Engine: Quad 350 hp Yamaha F350s
Drive/Prop: Outboard/Yamaha Saltwater Series II 15¼” x 21″ 3-blade stainless steel
Gear Ratio: 1.73:1
Fuel Load: 500 gal.
Crew Weight: 1,000 lb.

Price
$793,325 (as tested with quad Yamaha F350s)

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

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