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Regal 33 SAV:
Twin OB Power and Ready-for-Anything Design
The Regal 33 SAV handles a range of onboard activities. She’s ready for fishing and diving expeditions, thanks to a livewell and in-deck dive-tank stowage and a hullside door to port. She can also handle a crowd for swimming and relaxing in the sun or shade, with available fore and aft awnings. Her layout includes abundant seating forward of the starboard-side helm as well as aft, but she also has accommodations for four belowdecks.
Have a look at what else Regal fit into this design...
Expansive Onboard Space in a
Stable Cat Design
The main-deck master of the Horizon PC74 takes full advantage of her 28'4" (8.63 m) beam, giving the usable deck space more commonly found in megayachts twice her LOA. Below, she has three en suites plus quarters for a captain and two crew. The huge flying bridge also benefits from her broad beam, with a large bar with five stools, a dining area, a boat deck and hoist, and a day head, along with plenty of lounging space.
Take a wide look at the Horizon PC74 here...
Boston Whaler 280 Outrage:
Salty CC w/Re-Engineered Running Surfaces
The tall freeboard, through-the-stem anchor, and full windshield on the Boston Whaler 280 Outrage mark her as a salty, no-nonsense CC ready for some serious offshore fishing. She features a new running surface that includes a 23-degree transom deadrise, with a flat pad at the stern designed to give better hole-shot performance, less bow rise on acceleration, and greater WOT speed. It apparently works – she hit 57.0 mph in our tests.
See how she runs here...
Build Processes Improve
Performance & Efficiency
Cruisers Yachts makes extensive use of foam-core construction and vacuum-bagging to create hulls that are rigid, strong, and relatively light in weight, improving performance and efficiency in the finished yachts. The build process also helps damp vibration and noise. Similar care is given to other components in the in-house upholstery and furniture shops, in the wiring systems, plumbing, and in virtually every other aspect of the construction process.
Have a look behind the scenes here...
Evinrude E-TEC G2 Repower Rigging Options:
Compatible w/Electronic or
When Evinrude introduced its E-TEC G2 outboards, much was made of the torque, fuel efficiency, and power throughout the RPM curve. After all, those criteria are what people look for in a new outboard. But the design allows those with repower projects to connect the engines to existing mechanical controls through a clever system.
Check out how it goes together here...
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