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Regulator Marine updates 2018 models for 30th anniversary

Regulator Marine announced upgrades to all of its 2018 models.
The 2017 model of the Regulator 25 is shown. Regulator is updating all of its models for 2018, and the 25 will be equipped with a newly redesigned SuperSport Leaning Post and Tackle Center.

The 2017 model of the Regulator 25 is shown. Regulator is updating all of its models for 2018 and the 25 will be equipped with a newly redesigned SuperSport Leaning Post and Tackle Center.

Regulator Marine announced upgrades to all of its 2018 models as the company gets ready to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

“Each model will have a suite of special-edition amenities that allow our customers to personalize their ride, but that’s only the beginning,” Regulator co-founder and president Joan Maxwell said in a statement.

“The redesign of the Regulator 34 delivers increased versatility with the addition of sleeping accommodations, rod racks, optional cockpit galley and convertible sunbed/pedestal table. The Regulator 41 will now be equipped with the award-winning Seakeeper gyro, and additional upgrades throughout the line give anglers and families the opportunity to pursue everything they love about life on the water.”

Among the most significant transformations could be to the Regulator 34 and 34SS, both of which now stake claim to a starboard boarding and dive door with removable folding ladder and flip-up backrests on the forward seating for maximum comfort.

Among the upgrades for the Regulator 34 are backrests for the bow lounges.

Among the upgrades for the Regulator 34 are backrests for the bow lounges.

Regulator said the 34 also returns to its roots with sleeping accommodations for two and racks for as many as 11 rods in the berth. In addition to the aforementioned upgrades, anglers will appreciate the available insulated/macerated aft fishbox, and everyone will appreciate the optional helm air conditioner.

The Regulator 23 now boasts big-boat features, including a standard tuna door, as well as optional through-stem bow roller with an anchor windlass, remote switch, chain, rope and anchor. The 23 and 25 will be equipped with a newly redesigned SuperSport Leaning Post and Tackle Center.

Additionally, every Regulator model from 28 feet to 41 feet will feature a standard Yamaha CL7 Touchscreen Display, black flush-mount facings and an Edson Elite Carbon steering wheel with a power knob.

All models above 31 feet will feature SetPoint Technology with the optional Yamaha Helm Master. Programmed using Yamaha’s new CL7 touchscreen display, engaged via the new joystick and guided with dual-antenna navigation technology, the new suite of standards gives the captain more control.

Lastly, owners can order the optional Lenco Marine Auto Glide automatic leveling system, and every model is available with a remote-controlled ACR RL Spotlight, factory-installed Garmin GXM 53 SiriusXM Weather Antenna upgrade, cockpit freshwater engine flush and powder coat packages and upholstery.

“We are so excited to celebrate 30 years with exciting new additions to every model,” Maxwell said. “When we started our company with one boat and a dream in an A&P grocery store down the street, we never imagined that this is where life would take us. We are very proud of what our team has accomplished and grateful to our customers. We look forward to the next generation of Regulator.”

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