This Regal 2250 combines an inviting layout that can accommodate a 10-person capacity, and when the party is over, the host and hostess can cast off the docklines and head off for some overnight alone time while still remaining comfortable in a plush interior cuddy cabin. Her 56-gallon (212 L) fuel capacity will allow for her to put some distance between the home port and a remote destination.
- FasTrac hull design
- Automatic bilge pump
- Weather resistant Deutsch connectors
- Power assisted steering
- Battery switch
- Vinyl ester barrier coating
- Stainless deck hardware
- Deck hatch with privacy acreen
- MarineTred non-skid
|Length Overall||22' 2'' / 6.7 m|
2.0 m (max)
42 L (opt)
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1 x 270-hp Volvo Penta V8 SX
1 x 300-hp Volvo Penta V8 DP
1 x 260-hp MerCruiser 5.0 MPI Alpha
1 x 300-hp MerCruiser 350 Magnum MPI Bravo 3
|Hull Warranty Extended||Limited Lifetime Hull Warranty|
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Regal’s 2250 was designed to give the sportboat performance of the company’s FasTrac hull, with the overnight capabilities of a cuddy cabin.
Gel Coat Graphics and Boot Stripe.
This ensures that the graphics will last longer than taped on counterparts.
Stainless Steel Bow Scuff Plate.
Another must-have item in our book that usually gets relegated to the options list.
Transom Mounted Brake and Turn Indicators.
This makes trailering the 2250 Cuddy safer and the lights are higher up so following trucks have them in their line of sight.
Swivel Bow Walkthrough Steps.
At first glance the steps to the walkthrough seem quite narrow, but swivel them to the side and they form wide treads that are comfortable to step on. Swivel out of the way when not in use.
Regal’s exclusive design of a vented hull reduces surface friction and improves speed and efficiency.
Regal’s 2250 provides all the comfort of the company’s sportboats with a roomy 75” x 60” (191 mm x 152 mm) cuddy cabin. The cuddy is covered in LeatherCrest upholstery giving the warm look of leather without the demanding maintenance. In the center of the V-berth is a standard chemical toilet, but the more advantageous route would be to go for the optional pump-out toilet with the fittings located under the anchor locker hatch.
The cockpit offers L-shaped seating to aft and port. Dual bucket seats are fitted for the captain and observer and both have swivel and slide adjustments. More significantly, the seats offer wrap-around security from the upper half of the seatbacks, while the lower are narrowed allowing a quick side-spin of the body for easier egress from the seat itself. Both seats include flip-up bolsters.
A starboard side refreshment center includes a stainless steel sink and faucet.
A walkthrough to the swim platform is to port and access to the batteries is here as well as dedicated anchor storage.
The platform features a V-shaped transom with a stainless steel plate accommodating the pop-up ski tow post in the center. To either side is the trademark towing lights that are so recognizable on Regal boats. A hatch to port conceals the three-step reboarding ladder and limited wet-storage space is available for tow-lines and the like. A flexi-teak option is available for the entire platform.
Regal is quite consistent in making quality boats that handle well. Available with up to 7 engines from 260-hp to 300-hp, speed and towing ability will hardly be a concern with this 2250. For those looking for a boat that offers more than the typical day sportboat, the search should clearly include the Regal 2250.