2006 Regal 2400 Seminole, FL
Posted on August 16, 2016 / 494
2006 Regal 2400
Price : $29,999
Listing Type : BowriderPower
Builder | Manufacturer : Regal
Condition : Used
Year : 2006
Length : 24ft
Model : 2400
Engine Make : Volvo
Engine Model : 8.1
Max Speed : 60 kn
LOA : 24'
Max Draft : 3 Ft.
Hull Type/Shape : Modified Vee
2006 Regal 2400 ***Huge Price Reduction*** This 24 foot Regal bowlder is the perfect boats for larger groups or just 1 or 2 people. With the upgrade 8.1L Volvo duprop, the boat can hit top speeds of 63 mph. It cruises nicely at 3000RPM’s and 40MPH. It is equipped with a Garmin 256C GPS, Halon system, plumbed head with holding tank (pump has never even been used), covers, bimini top, kenwood sound system, battery with, two batteries, compass, bow and stern ladders and swim platform. The motor has new manifolds, valve job, water pumps, hoses, drive replaced, and more. All Volvo parts used. Receipts available. You’ve heard the old expression about March coming in like a lion? Well, on the cold winter morning when we tested the Regal 2400, near Regal Marine Industries’ Orlando, Florida headquarters, the weather was more like a grizzly bear. The temperature was in the upper 30s, as the result of a Canadian cold front that somehow made it all the way to this part of the so-called “Sunshine State.” However, things began to heat up pretty quickly, once we hit the throttle of Regal’s sporty new bowrider. The 2400 is built on Regal’s proprietary FasTrac hull. This stepped hull design improves overall running efficiency by reducing friction and drag, resulting in increased speed, control and fuel economy. The design is similar to that found on offshore race boats. Since the first Regal FasTrac was introduced in 1996, we have tested several of them — and every time, it’s hard to take the boat back to the dock. This time, even winter weather couldn’t chill our enthusiasm. Two things we noticed right away when running this FasTrac-equipped boat were its straight-as-an-arrow tracking and the secure feeling we got when taking turns. We found that the responsive Regal 2400 handles remarkably like a sports car: Turn the wheel, and it goes precisely where you point it. Even doing tight figure-eight turns, we experienced no loss of control and no discernable prop cavitation. Our Regal 2400 was quick off the line, getting on plane in just under 4 seconds. Midrange acceleration was strong, too. That’s particularly impressive when you consider that our test boat was powered by the smallest engine option: a 270 hp Volvo Penta 5.0 GXi Duoprop stern drive. One of the main benefits of a stepped hull is that you can go faster with less power. When you can top out at close to 50 mph, as we did with the 2400, who needs more horses? Regal offers eight power choices from Volvo Penta and Mercury MerCruiser — including one diesel — ranging from 260 to 375 hp. You’ll gain about 10 mph more top-end speed with the largest engines, while the smaller ones offer a thriftier fuel burn rate of around 8 gph. In addition to being a solid-performing boat, the Regal 2400 is a very spacious and comfortable vessel. It’s rated to carry up to 10 people, and the onboard space rivals that of comparably


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