Regal 35 Sport Coupe



Nov 8, 2018

Iron Wind Marine will be featuring the Regal 35 Sport Coupe at next years Halifax International Boat Show. Company owner, Eric Stanley, tells us this model has a carved out a very large portion of the market in its category. The method by which boat manufacturers come up with boat model names is almost as much of a mystery as it is for car companies. However, in this case, the “Sport Coupe” name gains credibility from having a convertible hard top. When a wind in your hair moment arrives, the touch of a button causes the full beam hardtop to slide back from the windshield frame a couple of feet to reveal an enormous opening.

35SC 2Some other notable features: Slide away cockpit seating which extends the cockpit to 11’, also at the touch of a button. Single level cockpit sole, a very large transom lounge and a windshield walk-through allowing midships access to the foredeck.

Ample power is provided by a pair of 300 HP Volvo Penta V8 sterndrives.

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35SC 5Convertible Hard Top









Slide Away Seating35SC Sport Layout








LOA: 36’10” / 11.2 Metres
Beam: 11’4” / 3.45 Metres
Deadrise: 19 Deg.
Dry weight: 13,300 lbs. / 6033 Kilos
Bridge clearance: 9’8” / 2.9 Metres
Fuel: 158 US Gal. / 598 Litres
Water: 50 US Gal. / 189 Litres

You can read a full review of this boat by Canadian Yachting’s Andy Adams at:

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Photos: 35sc 1,2,3,4 by Iron Wind; Convertible and hardtop pictures by Regal

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