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Regulator 31 set to make Northeast debut in Newport

Regulator Marine and Ocean House Marina will feature the Northeast debut of the all-new Regulator 31 in Newport.

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 said the 31 has an LOA of 36 feet, 5 inches, and is equipped with twin 300-hp Yamaha engines, a large cockpit, tackle center and fishbox. Taking a cue from the Regulator 41, the 31 will feature a starboard dive door, integrated forward seat backrests and other lifestyle amenities.

On Sept. 16 and 17, naval architect Lou Codega will be at Ocean House Marina’s booth to discuss the advantages that come with Regulator’s deep-vee hull and nearly 30 years of building a reputation. He also will answer questions.

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