Every boat owner likes to show off their boat. Here is a tour of our 2001 Regal Commodore 2760.
Profile view of the 2760. Note the step for the ‘FastTrac’ hull, radar arch, and tall bow which makes for a roomy cabin.
Stern view highlighting the twin Bravo III outdrives, wide 9′ 11″ beam, and expansive swim platform. The aft curtain has a zippered window with a screen
A ‘Regal’ helm for sure. Complete with stereo remote, spotlight remote, genset controls, DSC marine radio, and GPS. The helm seat is about 3′ wide with a flip-up bolster.
The aft bench is removable if extra space is desired for fishing or for a cooler.
The original canvas did not have windows in the stern quarters. Our canvas was modified as shown to improve visibility when backing to a dock or slip.
The foredeck hosts a generous sunpad with cupholders. The anchor area is nicely molded and is level for sure footing. We have room for 4 large fenders in the rail-mounted storage racks.
A large couch with dinette table is featured to port. We generally stow the table in the dedicated aft cabin storage to free up extra floor space. The table has a fitted filler cushion for turning the couch into a ‘double’ berth. We’d say this is best used as a single berth unless we’re talking small children or a very close couple. Table legs are stored under the couch cushion with plenty of room for other bagage.
To starboard is the kitchen and AC / DC switch panel. We have the alchohol/electric stove option (below the cutting board). Storage is generous as the fixed forward berth houses the fridge under the bed.
Finally, at the aft cabin entrance is the Kenwood stereo and cedar hanging locker.
The aft cabin is a full queen bed wide and at least 2 feet deeper than a normal queen bed. 2 small cupboards are provided to port and a fixed ‘shelf’ to starboard which we use to store the midcabin table, dinette filller, and cockpit filler cushion as well as sundry spare items such as extra lifejackets. Our battery switch is mounted amidships on the aft bulkhead.
As shown here, the forecabin features a fixed berth which can accomodate 2 adults (as long as one is <6' tall). There are 2 drawers and a small open closet to port with a large storage compartment under the bed (ideal for the cockpit enclosures).
Just in front of the kitchen is the TV stand. AC and DC outlets are provided, as well as a source selection box for the TV – options are dockside cable or omni TV antenna from the arch.
Enigine Room / Mechanicals -
Port 4.3L engine with remote oil filter
Westerbeke 3Kw gas generator was installed new last year. This 2760 did not ship with the factory Kohler when new
Twin BravoIII outdrives
Mid-cabin systems housed under the bottom step of the cabin entrance. The top of the freshwater tank is barely visible at the bottom of the photo. Water pump is top left with strainer for the Air Conditioning seacock underneath. Box at right is the shower, head sink, and kitchen sink sump. Hard to see is the accumulator tank and mid-cabin bilge pump.
Main switch panel. Shorepower/Genset breakers are at the top left. Air/Heat at lower left and everything else in respective 12V DC and 120V stacks at right.
Some Underway Photos
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