- Stock #100676 -
This vessel was SOLD on March 3.
This 32 Regulator is beautiful and is powered with Yamaha 300 HPDI's. She is very well maintained and comes with a trailer as well. She has a 72 mile radar and only 345 pampered hours, and has been lift kept her whole life by the original owner. She also includes a heavy duty aluminum trailer with torsion bar suspension and about 200 miles on it.
I have taken pictures of the invoices detailing all the equipment that this vessel has. The equipment list is quite extensive with Furuno electronics.
She has storage galore and a huge fishwell in the bow you could almost crawl into, a giant head compartment in the center console and a big livewell in the transom!
This is just an FYI: About 5 years ago, one lower unit on the Yamaha gave out when a seal failed and water came in. The owner had her fixed right away. The dealer couldn't locate the same gear ratio lower unit - so a different ratio lower was installed that is used on a F250. To compensate for this - the boat has props with slightly different pitches. Boat performs just as before, and performance and RPM aren't affected.
Starting at the front of the boat, the wide gunwales join to form a handy high casting point. Pop-up cleats and a bow light keep the edges smooth. A large locker in the bow handles the anchor and line. The forward seating consists of two large facing bench seats with comfortable cushions for seat bottoms, and coaming pads for the seat backs. Beneath each of the cushions are large 210-quart capacity storage boxes that double as insulated fish boxes.
In the sole is a huge 645-quart insulated box for the majority of your catch. This fish box is outfitted with a pump out and macerator and none of the contents drain into the bilge, so your boat will not smell like last month's catch. When not used for fish, this box doubles as a rod organizer. Every lid on this boat has locking latches, resin transfer molded lids that are strong and durable with stainless steel pneumatic arms.
In front of the center console is another comfortable bench seat with a flip-up bottom that reveals another 64-quart insulated cooler. Next to the console are step lockers on both sides, which can store your rods.
Helm and T-Top
Everything on the helm falls right where you would need it. The standard Yamaha gauges are clustered on the top right corner, Lenco 14 x 22 black powder-coated trim tabs are to the left of the wheel, and there is a flush mounted electronics panel located in front of the Edson wheel. Telefex Seastar Hydraulic steering is standard, but the power assist option, which our test boat had sure made driving this boat a lot easier.
The fiberglass T-top has another electronics box, a flush mounted electronics panel, LED lighting, and a built-in 18' Lee Sidewinder Outrigger base. The windshield offers plenty of protection from the elements. The only complaint I have on this boat is the way the stainless steel bracing is set up at the windshield. It creates a bit of a blind spot where the bars are located. I would compare this to a blind spot from the side frame of a car windshield. It doesn't prevent visibility, you just have to lean or tilt around it. The positive side to the bracing design is that it adds extra strength to the T-top and can sustain years of offshore abuse, and hard running.
The head has over 6 feet of headroom inside. There is easy access to the battery switches, which are located just inside the door. Access panels to the backs of the electronics and to the batteries are also inside. A sink, storage drawers and an electric head make up the amenities inside.
Each side of the leaning post rigging station is equipped with three drawers for tackle and tools. Across the back is a faucet, prep well, and stored Plano tackle boxes. Just aft the rigging station is another 32-gallon livewell in the sole. The bilges are located just aft of the livewell. Across the stern on the port side is a 130-quart bait box, and in the center is a 40-gallon livewell. The starboard side has a walkthrough transom door with access to the stern platform, which allows you to check the engines, or take a dip in the water.
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