Want all the creature comforts of a larger boat but al packed into a 26fter? Look no further! This well presented Regal 2665 is equipped with everything you need for an extended weekend away, including Air Conditioning and Generator! No more worries about melting on those still nights, no more worries about gas safety with an electric cooktop, no more worries about batteries running flat!
From the stern, she has a huge swim platform equipped with a high quality stainless steel staple rail which is fitted with a bait board and ample rod holders, under the upper level of the swim platform is eskie/storage in two compartments. The cockpit layout is functional with opposing seating at the stern, a wetbar along the port side with a sink, storage and a built in cooler. The helm is modern with all rocker switches within easy reach and a near new Simrad GPS/Sounder front and centre. The clears are in good shape with good visability or can be completely taken of for that full american sports cruiser feel! The bow has dual daybeds, electric anchor winch and all stainless steel fittings and spotlight.
The interior of the vessel is suitable for four people to sleep comfortably and is stylishly finished and makes a comfortable lounge area. To port is the galley and is equipped with an electric stove to save any worries about gas cooktops, a microwave, stainless steel sink and 12v bar fridge. The seating layout at the bow converts to the second double berth and the main berth is located under the cockpit sole. Alond the starboard side lays access to the head, which is one of the more spacious designs found on this size vessel.
The Mercruiser 5.7l pushes this Regal along at a great rate of knots in true Amercian style! Recently slipped, serviced and antifoul, shes ready to enjoy Australia Day. It's a must see, please call the office or Tom Frost direct to arrange an inspect of this big-boat feel yet pocket-rocket cruiser!
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