Regulator 24XO First Glance

Second crossover model delivers multiple fishing features in smaller package.
Regulator 24XO running shot
Regulator Marine has added a second crossover bay boat model to its lineup with this 24-footer. Courtesy Regulator

Regulator Marine has added a second model to its XO center-console crossover lineup with the 24XO, a smaller sister to the 26XO, introduced last year. This new 24-foot-4-inch hybrid bay boat comes standard with dozens of features, including a fiberglass hardtop, 25-gallon aft starboard livewell, two bow fish boxes with locking rod storage, a leaning post with rocket launcher and tackle storage, a 12-inch Garmin display, and a saltwater washdown.

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“Our design and engineering team has really outdone themselves, delivering the expanded deck space, fishing features, family amenities and overall quality Regulator is known for,” says Regulator president and co-founder Joan Maxwell.


Options for the 24XO include a SeaStar Solutions hydraulic jackplate, a Minn Kota Riptide Ulterra trolling motor (24V) with i-Pilot, a 10-foot Power-Pole Blade, and factory-installed dual Garmin displays.

In Yamaha testing with an F300 (max power), the 24XO hit a top speed of 50 mph at 5,900 rpm, achieving 1.90 mpg. At a 26.3 mph cruise, fuel consumption improved to 2.97 mpg. The boat carries 86 gallons of fuel.


LOA: 24 ft. 4 in.


Beam: 8 ft. 5 in.

Dry Weight: 5,250 lb. (w/ Yamaha F300)

Draft: 1 ft. 4 in.


Transom Deadrise: 17 deg.

MSRP: $118,995 (w/ Yamaha F250)

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