Regulator Marine has announced plans to build a new 41-foot model, with Hull No. 1 expected this fall. Designed by renowned naval architect Lou Codega, the Regulator 41 is designed to fish like a center console, with 360 degrees of deck access, yet deliver the comfort and amenities of a cabin boat. Powered by triple or quad Yamaha 350 engines (with HelmMaster controls), and measuring 47’ 3” with the Armstrong bracket and engines, the 41 features a seamlessly integrated starboard dive/boarding door and an optional tower with secondary helm station. In the bow is a convertible casting platform/table/sunbed that drops into the forward deck when not in use.
Side entry to the double berth maximizes room at the center helm station, which can accommodate up to three 16” console displays. Aft mezzanine seating with built-in coolers provides a comfortable space for friends and family to socialize.
The 41 has 960 quarts of insulated fishbox space, an 80-gallon live well with double hatch and 1,060 quarts of storage. The cabin also contains a fully equipped galley, standard heat and air-conditioning, enclosed shower and head, LED screen with CD/DVD and more. Additional standard features include flip-up backrests on forward seats, a through-stem bow roller with remote switch, and diesel generator.
LOA 41’ 3”
Beam 12’ 6”
Dry weight w/ trip. engines 19,700 lbs.
Fuel 600 gals.
Transom deadrise 24°
Wondering How big a 41′ Regulator will actually be. Check out these photos below.