Built in Edenton, NC, Regulators feature extremely steep 24-degree deep-V deadrise hulls (all designed by well-known naval architect Lou Codega) with Carolina Flare in the bow, which are excellent at handling rough seas. The range runs from 23’ to 34’ and although Regulator has built some express models in the past, their current line-up consists entirely of center console saltwater fishing boats. Accordingly, Regulators include a long list of fishing features as standard equipment.
The original flagship of Regulator Marine, the 26 FS delivers aggressive performance, maneuverability and the legendary soft, dry ride for which Regulator is famous, thanks to its sharp bow entry and 24-degree deadrise. Regulator's exclusive Fiberglass Grillage System provides the strength and structural integrity that enables it to withstand the most challenging bluewater swells.
The 26' is loaded with standards like a 64-quart console cooler under the forward seat; an all-fiberglass, stand-up head compartment with portable marine toilet; and pop-up cleats and bow lights. The optional SuperSport leaning post accommodates up to nine rods and features an integrated tackle storage system, built-in footrest and backrest. Other attractive options include a practical fiberglass T-Top with built-in 16-foot Lee Sidewinder outrigger bases, two 17-quart bait boxes, 20-gallon livewell in the transom and a vast 700-quart, in-deck wet/dry box that doubles as locking rod storage. The twin 250-hp Yamaha four-stroke engines deliver the speed and fuel economy to take you wherever you want to go.