Regulator revealed a redesign of its flagship 41 for the company’s 2019 fleet rollout. The 41-foot-3-inch center-console features an expanded cabin, reconfigured tower access, and new aft mezzanine seating with a prep-and-tackle center. The 41 also comes with an integrated wraparound windshield for protection at the helm and an overhead SureShade above the cockpit seating.
The new cabin design creates more space for the galley kitchen, double berth and head with shower. Powered by Yamaha’s new 425 XTO outboards — in quad configuration — the Regulator also accommodates a Seakeeper 6 stabilization system.
The 41 comes with twin 40-gallon transom livewells and an 84-gallon fish box aft, with more storage forward. It can carry 600 gallons of fuel and features helm space broad enough for three 17-inch multifunction displays.
Notable options include a spray-curtain enclosure, Taco Grand Slam 380XL outriggers with 20-foot carbon telescoping poles, a second station with controls and a hardtop, underwater LED lights, and a refrigerated transom fish box.