Yacht of the Month – Regal 38 Grande Coupe

Jul 1, 2019 | new yachts, News | 0 comments

Our yacht insurance professionals had many options to consider for our yacht of the month, we finally selected this luxurious 38-foot vessel crafted by a Florida company run by a second generation boating family.

The Regal 38 Grande Couple is our yacht of the month for many reasons. These include her exceptionally well-engineered hull, powerful engine, and incredible interior design.

This American made yacht was thoughtfully designed from stem to stern. There is so much to like about the Regal 38 Grande Coupe, with its clean lines and powerful propulsion. Our yacht insurance professionals particularly liked the seamless single-level cockpit,  perfect for taking guests out on the water, as well as the joystick steering and cruise control.

38 grande coupe yacht interior

The L-shaped seating and charming salon galley make the Regal 38 Grand Coupe ideal for entertaining.

We also liked the well-appointed and comfortable sleeping quarters. The aft stateroom boasts twin berths that convert into a king-sized bed, and the forward stateroom has a queen-sized bed and an opening deck hatch with a privacy screen. Both staterooms feature 32″ televisions and carbon monoxide detectors.

The head has an elegant solid surface countertop for the sink and a teak floor in the separate shower.

There’s cleverly built-in storage on the foredeck and under-the-aft cockpit seating. A hidden TV with BluRay in the cockpit is perfect for evening or stormy day entertainment.

A powerful engine and Inboard Performance System (IPS) ensure that this yacht offers reliability, quick acceleration, and impressive fuel economy.

The quality craftsmanship that has sustained this family business for more than 40 years is apparent in every detail, inside and out, of the Regal 38 Grande Coupe. The high-quality manufacturing isn’t surprising because Regal was one of the first American boat manufacturers certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Can’t wait to take your boat or yacht out this boating season? Be sure to contact the yacht insurance professionals at Global Marine Insurance to ensure you have adequate coverage for liability, loss, and damage.

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