After 30 years in the business of creating exceptional boats, one thing remains a constant. At Regal, insistence on luxury and quality is more than a corporate philosophy. It is a family tradition.
After all, from the beginning, Regal has remained a privately-held, family-owned enterprise that stands behind its products. The family is instilled with a passion for fine craftsmanship and possesses 110 years of combined experience in the boating industry. All of which results in a family of Regal luxury performance boats designed to raise your expectations, whether you're a first-time or lifelong boater.
They appreciate, as you do, the extra effort that goes into making a pleasure craft truly extraordinary. You can see it, in detail, on every boat they make. It is the supple leather upholstery and Momo wood steering wheels on the Commodore 4160. It is the genuine DuPont Corian countertops, which Regal was the first to introduce. And the Bose stereo components. Kenwood speakers, Panasonic electronics, Black and Decker appliances and Price Pfister faucets.
For a Regal owner, it is nothing but the best. From sumptuous burlwood dash panels to Berber cockpit carpets. From premium Morbern vinyls to Sunbrella and Hartz canvas tops. And from aluminum radar arches to stainless steel staples, screws and through-bolts, which help keep their reputation spotless.
The process of making a boat, or a reputation, can be difficult to put into words. Much less one word. At Regal, however, there is a term universally associated with their products: performance.
The fact is, performance is at the heart of everything Regal does. Consider their revolutionary FasTrac stepped hull, a design that provides higher speed with lower horsepower. Not to mention greater fuel economy and less engine maintenance.
Consider that their Commodore 3260 is one of the fastest cruisers in its category, with a top speed of more than 50 mph. And that all of their boats perform above the industry average in their respective classes. This is, of course, entirely by design. At Regal, approximately 95% of their engineering is done in-house, which is unique in the industry. And their Florida plant location allows products to be tested in salt water, and in six to eight foot seas.
To them, the concept of performance goes beyond speed and handling. It extends to every aspect of their boats, resulting in innovations like molded platforms, wraparound seating, brake lights on transoms, side view mirrors, windshield vents, bow ladders, and a lifetime hull warranty.
And since performance is an ongoing commitment, you can stay abreast of the innovations they develop by checking the Regal News section of this site regularly.