ORLANDO, FL – Just in time for summer, Regal Marine redefines the ability of a surf boat with the launch of the all-new 19 Surf. Regal is proud to offer class-leading versatility with the ability to do more than just surf, and well-equipped at an unbeatable price under $40,000.
Despite its size, customers will be pleasantly surprised with the 19 Surf’s ability to create an easy-to-ride clean wave. The user-friendly surf system controlled by RegalVue can set speed, deploy surf tabs, choose the wave direction and access GPS and engine data. Engineered to create an endless wave to last all day, the Regal surf system is paired with the standard Volvo Catalyst forward drive engine, available in 200 horsepower.
Along with its sleek design and progressive technology, the 19 Surf’s innovative features ensure boaters have an elevated experience not just on the water, but in the boat as well. A transom walk-thru for easy water access, removable cooler for refreshments and generous storage throughout, all come
standard. Versatile seating in the cockpit and bow is designed to comfortably accommodate up to nine people. In the cockpit, the Social Seat can be reconfigured to either accompany the captain or lounge back and enjoy the excitement out on the water. Whatever the day entails, the 19 Surf is ready for whatever adventure comes its way.
"What sets the 19 Surf apart is its extremely competitive price and how well-equipped it comes at that price. This is not just a surf boat. The 19 surf still offers the same luxury and performance our customers have come to expect from the Regal brand," said Jake Kuck, Regal’s regional sales manager.
With exceptional value and versatility, the Regal 19 Surf is setting a new and improved standard for the true potential of a surf boat.
About Regal Marine
Regal Marine Industries is a world leader in the design and manufacture of luxury performance boats from 19 feet to 53 feet, and in 2008 became the first boat builder to receive J.D. Power and Associates awards in two segments, twice; "Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Express Cruisers (24 to 33 feet) and Small Runabouts (16 to 19 feet)."