Regal Marine Industries has announced that the company will unveil an all-new Regal 35 Sport Coupe at the 106th Annual New York Boat Show, to be held at the Javits Center from January 19 to 23 inclusive.
The Regal 35 Sport Coupe is the fourth in a series of hardtop sport cruisers from the Orlando, FL-based company, following the Euro-styled Regal 52 Sport Coupe in 2008 and the Regal 42 and 46 Sport Coupes last year. The new 35 Sport Coupe will powered by a choice of twin Volvo Penta or Mercury gas engines, or twin Volvo Penta D3 diesels. Volvo Penta engine options are each available with joystick control for easier docking.
“The Regal 35 Sport Coupe is exceptionally well engineered to offer sport yacht features in a more compact package,” says Regal's President and CEO, Duane Kuck. “With a single-level cockpit that can be air conditioned or heated, it gives its owners the option to boat in a controlled environment or open up the hardtop and windshield to enjoy the breeze and sunshine.”
The interior also been designed to maximize space. Entering the cabin there is a full-size head with shower on the port side. The gourmet galley completes the port side with sofa seating on the starboard side that extends to wrap across the width of the forward third of the boat. The sofa converts to a starboard side berth and the forward seating converts into a center-line double berth with innerspring mattress at the touch of a button. The cabin is well lit with overhead windows, opening port lights and a large window on the starboard side.
There is also an aft cabin that is open to the mid-cabin making the entire cabin feel spacious and comfortable. A privacy curtain comes standard with a solid privacy door that is an option. The aft cabin can convert into a second entertainment center with an optional flat panel television.
“We really worked hard to make this boat feel big and airy as well have the exterior styling to family with the larger coupes in the series,” says Regal VP of Engineering, Pat Wiesner. “The entire Regal Team are quite excited with the results and can hardly wait to see the reaction of the boaters attending the New York Show.”