Regal Launches New 38 XO Outboard-powered Sport Yacht At Miami International Boat Show

regal 38 xo

Feb 28, 2019

Regal Boats launched its all new outboard-powered 38 XO Sport Yacht on February 14th at the Miami International Boat Show, the third in the company’s revolutionary XO Series. 

According to CEO Duane Kuck, the 38 XO is considered a true game-changer, the first to command a new segment in the marketplace. The 38 XO follows in the highly successful wake of Regal’s 38 Grande Coupe launched last fall, but features an entirely new running surface design and outboard platform powered by triple Yamaha 300s.

“Our new 38 XO outboard-powered sport yacht is truly one of a kind, delivering unprecedented performance with luxury cruising comfort,” said Kuck. “Owners will cruise with little to no bow rise from 20 to 40 mph while enjoying top speeds of almost 50 mph. In addition, the 38 XO sports a premium-packed interior featuring a full cabin and cockpit designed to maximize family entertainment.”

Some key design features and innovations include a spacious salon and convertible entertainment area with 360-degree panoramic views afforded by single-piece windows, including a clever push-button portside venting window and enclosure doors that open and expands into the seamless, single-level cockpit sole with L-shaped seating. Other notable cockpit features include fully customizable displays with integrated systems and navigation controls; a vinyl-wrapped dash; and a retractable, full-beam hardtop.

There is room for relaxation embracing all sides of the outboards, thanks to the low-to-the-water design of the wraparound swim platform. Another plus sure to appeal is the spacious, six-position foredeck sun lounger.

The 38 XO accommodations abound.

The split galley offers indoor and outdoor storage with sink, optional smokeless grill, two-burner stove, microwave, refrigerator and freezer.

Two-berth design includes a best-in-class forward stateroom with California queen bed featuring built-in storage, plus an extra spacious aft stateroom featuring optional twin bed or king (slider) configuration including hand-crafted settee storage and dresser. Full-size head features handcrafted cabinetry, solid surface countertops and separate full-size shower.    

“Families seeking an outboard-powered sport yacht that truly combines the best possible performance with plenty of luxury, comfort and amenities will find it all in the new Regal 38 XO,” said Kuck.

Regal Marine Industries is a family-owned, privately-held boat manufacturer. Founded in 1969, Regal is a world leader in design and production of sport boats, surf boats, express cruisers and yachts from 19’- 42’. Regal was the first boat builder to receive J.D. Power and Associates awards for “Highest in Customer Satisfaction” in two separate categories in the same year. Regal has won numerous other industry awards including Boating Magazine’s “Boat of the Year” for its 29 OBX. 

For more information about Regal Boats, visit www.regalboats.com

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