Begun as a family business in 1969, Regal remains firmly in the hands of the Kuck family, who for over 40 years have instilled core family values into a successful line of runabouts, cuddies, express cruisers, and sport yachts from 19’ to 52’.
Regal’s longstanding commitment has been to provide exceptional customer satisfaction, and the company has received numerous Customer Satisfaction awards from J.D. Power & Associates. A good portion of that success can be traced to the people who work there. Over 70-percent of the company’s workforce has been with Regal for over five years; 40 percent have over a decade with the company.
Regal's 2100 FasTrac, was bred to be lighter, faster, stronger and more fuel efficient than anything before it. There are three basic factors at work in performance and every builder has them: propulsion, hull design and weight. Since all manufacturers use the same basic powerplant packages, it leaves the latter two as key differentiators. In those categories, the 2100 wins hands down. Regal's award-winning FasTrac hull features a full mid-beam step, which forces air beneath the hull when underway and reduces drag. These hydrodynamics, combined with a specially- formulated lamination schedule and composite framework enables the 2100 to run faster and deliver better fuel economy than any boat in its class.
This boat was designed with two cockpit versions. The discerning eye will notice that coaming panels are upholstered and contoured, not plastic and edged. Bow seats have been contoured to meld perfectly with backsides, and variable-position armrests have been added to make the bow the place to be. Add to the mix a go-fast RS or wakeboard-hungry RX package, over 60 gelcoat color schemes, ingenious uses of storage space, 3 choices of interior color packages and 25 optional features, and the 2100 becomes as individual as the owner.