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Autumn is winding down. But hopefully you'll find a few more warm days to put the boat in with your family. Ours was able to carve out almost two full weeks of boating this summer - a week each on the 4460 and on the new 5260. Each day we spend time on a Regal, I'm reminded of two things. The first is how great a boat a Regal is - there's a place for everything (including my wife, our five children and all of our gear) and it's built for the way you boat. The second is that there are few other things in life more rewarding than time on the water. Together, we navigated the Bahamas and the Chesapeake Bay area, learning about the waterways, the local cultures and a little bit more about each other than we ever would have had had we spent our vacation at a theme park. Water really does make life better.
As such, you may have noticed that Regal is no longer "Following No One." We're going boating. As in "Better Boating." This new Regal tagline was chosen to represent not simply the products we sell, but the experiences Regal owners share when we're on the water.
Thanks to a summer spent on our boat, I know just what that feels like. And it feels great. I hope you agree.
See you on the water,
Duane Kuck
Regal 2100 FasTrac: The Chosen One
2100With hundreds of models in the 19 to 22-foot sportboat segment, each using nearly identical claims, how to tell when a new model truly stands apart? By bypassing the flowery jargon and cutting right to the chase. In the case of Regal's all-new 2100 FasTrac, it was bred to be lighter, faster, stronger and more fuel efficient than anything before it. 
"There are a lot of claims in this business, but few can back it up like our new 2100," says Duane Kuck, Regal's President and CEO. "This boat was designed to be the best 21-footer on the market -- best in performance, appointments, styling, quality and functionality. We don't subscribe to hype at Regal. We start with smarter engineering, and the 2100 is our answer."
For more details on this new addition to the Regal line-up, please contact your nearest dealer.
Regal 2100 Specifications 
Overall Length                                          Beam
21' 0"              6.1 M                                    8' 6"                2.6 M
Approx. dry weight
                                    Fuel Capacity
3,400 Lbs       1,542 Kg                                42 Gal             158 L
Draft (Drive Down)
                                     Draft (Drive Up)
34"                  .8 M                                     18"                  .4 M
11 Persons    1,300 Lbs
20 degrees 
Base Engine
Volvo 5.0 GL SX 220 HP
Owner Report: Regal 3060
Dan & Kim FloodWhen Dan and Kim Flood of Newport, Minnesota, were ready to trade up from their trailerable boat to their first real weekender, they went shopping for an express cruiser. They wanted a true overnighter with a comfortable berth, a head with a shower and a workable galley. However, they didn't want anything so big that it would be difficult for them to handle on their own. They also wanted a boat with great style and a good turn of speed. They found what they were looking for in a Regal 3060 Window Express.
"Performance is key," says Dan, whose boat is powered by twin 5.0 Volvo Penta stern-drives. "I can get my boat up to 52 mph at top end, although we cruise more efficiently at 33 mph, where we get about 2 miles to the gallon."
The Regal 3060, which the Floods bought last year, is an interesting boat in its size Flood's 3060category because it does an exceptional job of bringing more light into the cabin (a growing demand among owners), thanks to big ports on either side plus angled windows forward. The well-lit interior impressed the Floods, but the feature that really got their attention was the cockpit seating. "On most 30-footers, there's simply a chair for the driver and a small bench seat adjacent to it. The Regal has a nice semicircular lounge across from the helm, so my wife and our guests can sit near me while I drive," says Dan.
Dan, who is no stranger to boats, having served in the Navy for 20 years, and Kim use their Regal (named The Goat Locker) on the Mississippi River every weekend. They say they're very happy with their choice. Says Dan: "It's the boat we are most comfortable in. It just feels right when we walk on it."
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RegalRConnect with other Regal boat owners on the Regal Owner's Forum. Share stories of your great boating adventures and see how fellow boaters spend their time on the water.
This group of over 400 Regal-enthusiasts joined together on the current site in the fall of 2007. With members of all ages from all parts of the world, forum topics include everything from boat maintenance and modifications to travel ideas and safety tips.
Want more interaction? Join in on the live chat every Monday evening where members gather to reminisce about the past weekend's cruise or, during the winter months, share their longing for warmer weather. 
Visit the Regal Owner's Forum now to stay connected in the Regal family!
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Raymarine HD Sales Events 
RayMarineHDSAlesEventFrom October 2 to November 20, 2008, Raymarine is offering up to $1500 in mail-in rebates with the purchase of select Multifunction displays and accessories.

The HD Sales Event is the perfect time to build your Raymarine dream system on a new boat or trade in your old electronics for a new state-of-the-art Raymarine navigation system.
For more details visit www.raymarine.com/hdsalesevent
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