MANTEO, N.C. — The big center console market will continue to develop during the fall and winter boat show season this year and it might even be deemed rock-solid now that veteran builder Regulator Marine is introducing a 41-footer.
Regulator Marine builds offshore sportfishing boats from 24 to 34 feet in Edenton, N.C. Regulator was launched in 1988 by Joan Maxwell, who continues to lead the company.
Regulator Marine showcased the new flagship 41 center console during its Dealer Week Invitational last week in Virginia Beach, Va.
Regulator Marine officially launched the company’s biggest center console yet — the 2016 Regulator 41.
Joan Maxwell seems to do it all. She and her husband, Owen, have spent 27 years building Regulator Marine in Edenton, N.C., thriving through some of the industry’s toughest times.
Regulator Marine unveiled plans for the new Regulator 41 at the Miami International Boat Show.
Offshore sportfishing boat manufacturer Regulator Marine announced the expansion of its dealer network.
Regulator Marine president Joan Maxwell announced the appointment of Brian Traylor as vice president of operations.
The Center for Coastal Conservation announced that Grady-White Boats, Maverick Boats, Regulator Boats and Sea Hunt Boats have joined as sponsors.
As Regulator Marine celebrates 25 years in business, the North Carolina-based boatbuilder highlights the people behind the company’s success with two events: Regulator Marine University, a two-day training and team-building event for dealers, and “25 Days of Appreciation,” a Regulator employee appreciation event.
Regulator Marine shut down production for an hour on Friday to participate in packaging meals for Stop Hunger Now. More than 70 Regulator employees packaged 10,200 meals in just 50 minutes. Made of a dehydrated rice/soy meal fortified with 21 essential vitamins and nutrients, Stop Hunger Now meals are distributed to crisis-burdened areas or supplied…more