BOAT ASKING PRICE $23,499
(Boat asking price with trailer $28,499)
For more information or to schedule a showing please contact :
IVAN BLUMENFELD IZZO at: Cell: 786-309-0960
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fort Lauderdale office:954-372-3949
1700 E Las Olas Blvd suite 304 Ft Lauderdale Fl 33301
The 2660 was one of Regal’s more popular sport cruiser models when it was introduced back in 1990.The model later changed to the 2675 Commodore with one notable feature remaining — a relatively narrow beam of 8 feet, 6 inches. With a LOA of just under 30 feet, this model was the largest trailerable boat (with a personal vehicle) that Regal manufactured at the time.
Back aft, you’ll find a large swim platform, which is a great feature — especially on a boat this size. Along the transom there is handy storage racks for a couple of fenders, while the large storage locker is a great place to store dock lines and other gear.
A transom door leads to the cockpit area, which features a removable rear bench seat. To port, there is a spacious passenger seat with reversible backrest and a comfortable rear-facing lounge. To starboard, the operator enjoys the comfort of a swivel bucket helm seat that is well positioned in front of the functional dash. The gauges are well laid out and there is enough room on the dash to mount other electronics, such as a chart plotter and depth sounder.
Lacking side decks, moulded steps next to the helm lead to a walk-thru windshield that provides easy access to the foredeck, where you will find a comfortable sun pad — a great place for your guests (or, in my case, the kids) to lounge.
Down below, the floor plan will comfortably sleep four adults — two in the mid cabin and two more in the convertible dinette up forward. While the cabin can’t exactly be described as overly spacious, it does feature a compact head with VacuFlush toilet and a functional galley, complete with alcohol/electric stove, dual-voltage refrigerator and built-in microwave. Ventilation in this cabin is adequate.
Another unique feature about the 2660 Commodore is the fact that it sports a unique notched or “stepped” hull, which was originally designed for high-performance racing boats. When a conventional hull runs through smooth waters, a significant amount of friction can be created and the water becomes “sticky” (for a lack of a better term) — this can affect top-end performance. The theory behind a stepped hull is that it creates turbulence and bubbles.
1700 E. LAS OLAS BLVD. STE. 304
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301