Regulator Marine announced upgrades to all of its 2018 models as the company gets ready to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
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.
North Carolina-based Regulator Marine added Yacht Works to its domestic dealer network.
Offshore-sportfishing boatbuilder Regulator Marine named Wilmington, N.C.-based Boats Unlimited as a dealer.
Regulator Marine named Drew Halford as Mid-Atlantic dealer representative and Randy Stokes as supply chain operations manager at the company’s headquarters in Edenton, N.C.
Regulator Marine said it added the Bonita Boat Center to its domestic dealer network as the sportfishing boat builder continues its expansion on Florida’s southwest coast.
Regulator Marine and Ocean House Marina will feature the Northeast debut of the all-new Regulator 31 at the Sept. 15-18 Newport (R.I.) International Boat Show.
Regulator Marine unveiled its 2017 fleet on the opening day of the Regulator Dealer Week event in Virginia Beach.
Regulator Marine said it added SeaStar Solutions’ Optimus Electronic Power Steering as a standard feature on 2017 models launching this summer.
Offshore sportfishing boat manufacturer Regulator Marine said it was recertified by the International Organization for Standardization.
Keith Ammons was named sales and marketing director for Regulator Marine.