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.
A true 34’ sportfisher with an exceptionally large cockpit and loaded with all the fishing features a dedicated angler would want. The Armstrong bracket allowed the designers to take back the transom so the size of the boat rivals 39’ competitors. Since the motor mounts are pushed back, you maximize deck space, plus with the bracket mounted power the 34 gets the same performance with twin engines that our competitors use triples to achieve. The combination of its proven hull, enhanced cockpit space and beam, plus overall design characteristics all work together to give Regulator a real edge in this niche.
Features designed to please the discriminating angler include above deck live well, transom fishbox, walk through tuna door and optional refrigerated transom fishbox. Plus amply sized console face has room for up to two 14-inch multifunction displays. Other homerun hits include an all-fiberglass, stand-up head and dedicated berth for sleeping or storage.