New boats: Regal LS9

Regal LS9

Jan 11, 2022

Engineered for an amazing day boating experience, the LS9 is perfect for creating lasting memories with friends and family. With its premium craftsmanship and thoughtful design, it offers limitless comfort and industry-leading standard and upgradable tech, making it easier than ever to reach more destinations.

The LS9 Surf features best-in-class surfing thanks to the Regal Surf System. 2,500 Lbs of ballast, custom wave shaping tabs, Volvo Penta’s Forward Drive, and dual 12″ Glass Cockpit Water Sport Displays combine to create the ultimate surfing experience.

Inclement weather or low bridges? No problem. Quickly and easily adjust the latches and tap a button on your displays, and the Power Hardtop lowers with enough room for you to sit comfortably underneath.

Regal LS9 Power PlatformEnjoying the water has never been easier than with the Power Platform that lowers and raises with the touch of a button.

Companion Screen & Digital Switching

Whether at the helm or as the co-captain, you have full control of your Garmin systems, audio, digital switching, and more. So setting your RGBW lighting, lowering your Power Platform, and a variety of tools are right at your fingertips as the driver or passenger. For families with young kids, easily lock the screen.



Length Overall 28′ 11″ 8.8 M
Beam 9′ 2.7 M
Deadrise 19⁰ 19⁰
Draft Drive Up 40″ 1 M
Draft Drive Down 46″ 1.2 M
Dry Weight 7,600 Lbs 3,447 Kg
Fuel Capacity 108 Gal 409 L
Max Capacity Yacht Certified    —
Fresh Water Capacity 15 Gal 57 L
Waste Capacity 11 Gal 41.6 L


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