Regulator Marine announced the launch of an entirely new kind of Regulator – the Regulator 26XO. This new center console crossover is built for adventures, giving boaters easy access to lakes, bays, and skinny waters, as well as the capability to head offshore when the time is right. The announcement comes on the heels of a 55,000 square-foot factory expansion that yields an additional 43,000 square-feet of assembly and lamination facilities to accommodate Regulator’s growing fleet.
“Our customers and fans have been asking for a Regulator that can take them into skinny waters but still go offshore, a boat that maintains our commitment to quality and sportfishing but focuses more on the recreational aspects of boating and family time on the water,” said Regulator Marine President and Co-founder Joan Maxwell. “In short, they want it all! The new 26XO answers this call and more. We can’t wait to introduce it to the world.”
Equipped with a Yamaha F300 with SeaStar Solutions hydraulic jackplate, the 26XO will feature more than 122 square-feet of deck space, spacious seating and generous storage.
At the helm, the 26XO Seating & Tackle Center, Garmin 16 Fish Package, and Fiberglass T-Top with Integrated Wraparound Windshield will come standard; plus, customers will be able to choose from adventure-inspired amenities including a factory-installed Power Pole Blade for precise shallow water anchoring, removable watersports tow bar for tubing, skiing and boarding, and a Minn Kota trolling motor with iPilot GPS. The capabilities of the 26XO continue with flush-folding rear cockpit seats that can be flipped up for entertaining or folded down for an aft casting platform. Built-in coolers, stand-up head compartment, and integrated swim platform with retractable swim ladder add to the standards.
The new Regulator 26XO is set to to be unveiled at the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show on Feb. 14 in the Regulator booth on Pier 4.