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.
Based on a deep-V design from award-winning architect Lou Codega, the 29 FS was built around its power plant - a pair of Yamaha F250 4-stroke engines - delivering all the hardcore performance required. A focal point of the 29 FS is the helm that offers a full-array of electronics storage and wiring access from inside the console. The console unit also provides a marine toilet with generous 6'3" headroom, featuring a completely finished fiberglass interior. The aft cockpit is wide open and clean, with ample room for your crew to fish and work together.
Storage space is plentiful aboard the 29 FS with a 520-quart, insulated fishbox situated center and forward in the cockpit that doubles for an eight-unit rod locker. The 200-quart insulated lockers that flank either side can be used for fish boxes or dry storage. In addition, there's a 64-quart beverage cooler tucked beneath the forward console seat, and moving aft, two side lockers that each hold a five-gallon bucket.
Sure-to-please options include the new bright dipped anodized or optional white power coated T-top frame and rocket launchers, new fiberglass top with integrated spreader lights with LED lighting built in, plus optional 16-foot Lee Sidewinder outriggers and an add-on five-rod rocket launcher. The optional stainless steel Edson wheel with power knob and Teleflex power-assist steering will appeal to performance enthusiasts.