FLIBS 2015: Regulator Marine unveils 41-foot center console

FORT LAUDERDALE — Regulator Marine unveiled its new Regulator 41 at a press conference this morning during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
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 Regulator Marine president Joan Maxwell introduces the Regulator 41 today at the Fort Lauderdale show.

Regulator Marine president Joan Maxwell introduces the Regulator 41 today at the Fort Lauderdale show.

FORT LAUDERDALE — Regulator Marine unveiled its new Regulator 41 — and a redesigned Regulator 34 — at a press conference this morning during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

"We really had this Florida market in mind when we designed the 41," Regulator president and co-founder Joan Maxwell told Trade Only Today. "Regulators are known for their ride — not their speed — but this boat delivers both, with a top end of 63 mph with quad Yamaha 350s and a full tower."

Equipped with Yamaha's HelmMaster steering system, the 41 comes in at 47 feet, 3 inches, with an Armstrong bracket and engines. A large cockpit and deck space, 84-gallon transom fishbox, 624-quart forward fishbox, two transom live wells and large storage capacity are other highlights.

Maxwell stressed that the redesigned 34 is "a true center console sport fisher" with a transom design to maximize cockpit space.

In other news, all Regulators from 23 to 41 feet will now have the option of Taco Grand Slam 380 outrigger bases.

Regulator's display is on the Bahia Mar Dock C, slips 320-322.

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