Regulator Marine

Regulators are North Carolina bred and born, tested against the challenging conditions of the Outer Banks.

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We all love a perfect day on the water, but fishing and boating in the Northeast often means unexpected weather, unpredictable conditions, and snotty seas. That’s where Regulator comes in. Built in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Regulators are designed with a 24-degree deadrise that slices through chop and handles confidently in any seas. These are serious center console sportfishers that can handle tough conditions with ease.

“The heavier hull and deeper vee afford me ocean access in a greater range of conditions,” says New Jersey-based Frank Saccente, proud owner of a 23. “The Regulator’s weight and 24 degrees of deadrise filled that need. No more u-turns at the mouth of Manasquan Inlet because conditions outside were too snotty. She is a safe and solid fishing platform that theoretically should increase my time-on-water-to-fish-caught ratio dramatically.”

Regulator 28
Regulator 28

The Ride

With a sportfishing heritage and a 30-year evolution that has led to creature comforts for family fun on the water, it’s no wonder Regulator continues to be a go-to brand for Northeast boaters. Ask any Regulator owner why they love their boat and you’ll hear a variety of answers about the lines, the quality, the customer service, the safety.

But really, it’s all about the ride. The deep-vee center console and Carolina flare that made Regulator famous has been a mainstay since 1988. It’s the core of every Regulator on the water today, designed by naval architect Lou Codega and built by the offshore experts in Edenton, North Carolina.

“Solid” is the word most often used to describe a Regulator, and that’s thanks to the fact that each hull is composed of four solid components bonded together to become one solid piece. Building boats this way eliminates much of the stress at the deck, liner and hull joints. That’s why it feels as though the boat is literally slicing through waves.
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This confidence is something that inspires most Regulator fans to become owners, and owners to become repeat customers.

As a Massachusetts-based owner told us, “I always wanted a Regulator but was skeptical that the boat would prove to be worth the investment over time—I was wrong. It’s an outstanding ride with great fishability, durability, quality construction and resale…not that I am selling anytime soon!”

Regulator 28
“I am the proud owner of the 28…and the ride in sporty conditions is the best…and I’ve owned a handful of other center consoles in the 20 to 27 foot range. She is an awesome fishing platform that I’ll take anywhere.”
-Robert Wilson
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LOCAL REGULATOR DEALERS

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MAINE

Oyster Harbors Marine

OYSTER HARBORS MARINE AT MAINE
Brewer Marine
31 Main Street, South Freeport, ME, 04078
Phone: (207) 415-1004

MASSACHUSETTS

Oyster Harbors Marine

OYSTER HARBORS MARINE
122 Bridge Street, Osterville, MA, 02655
Phone: (508) 428-2017

OYSTER HARBORS MARINE AT DANVERS
120 Water Street, Danvers, MA 01923
Mr. Brenden Kelly
Phone: (978) 880-8182

OYSTER HARBORS MARINE AT EAST MARINE
89 Falmouth Heights Road, Falmouth, MA, 02540
Phone: (508) 428-2017

OYSTER HARBORS MARINE AT MARION
2 Island Wharf Road, Marion, MA 02738
Phone: (508) 353-9684

RHODE ISLAND

Ocean House Marina
OCEAN HOUSE MARINA
60 Town Dock Road, Charlestown, RI, 02813
Phone: (401) 364-6040

CONNECTICUT

All Season Marine Works
ALL SEASONS MARINE WORKS
167 Rowayton Avenue, Rowayton, CT, 06853
Phone: (203) 838-9038

ALL SEASONS MARINE WORKS
609 Riverside Avenue, Westport, CT, 06880
Phone: (203) 222-9038

NEW YORK

Suffolk Marine Center
SUFFOLK MARINE
45 Willow Street, Babylon, NY, 11702
Phone: (631) 669-0907

NEW JERSEY

Comstock
COMSTOCK YACHT SALES
704 Princeton Ave., Brick, NJ, 08724
Phone: (732) 899-2500

 

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