Power & Motoryacht Must See at the Miami Boat Show

The latest from Regulator—a 23—doesn’t disappoint.

Regulator 23

  • Builder: Regulator
  • Model: Regulator 23
  • 2014

Regulator announced the debut of its latest build, the 23, back in November 2013, and since then numerous orders have come in from customers eager to get their hands on a hard-charging, versatile fishing boat. The vessel has plenty of stowage, a 23-gallon livewell in her transom, a 55-quart built-in cooler, and lots of seating. What’s more, with a top speed of 40 knots (thanks to a single Yamaha F300, this boat can flat-out fly. Fast, fishable, and room for your guests? No wonder this thing is so popular. Check her out on the docks at this year’s (2014) Miami show.

Click here for Regulator’s contact information and index of articles ➤



Back Cove 41

By Kevin Koenig

February 2014 New Boats Notebook

We tracked down the inside scoop on what boatbuilders are up to next.

Back Cove 41 profile

  • Builder: Back Cove
  • Model: Back Cove 41
  • 2014


“The focus of the Back Cove 41 is on long-range cruising; loopers and the like,” says Bentley Collins of Back Cove Yachts. “She’s got two queen-sized berths and two heads on the lower level, then the galley and main saloon on the helm deck. This is the first Back Cove with a helm-deck door to the starboard side deck, a nod to the cruising couples who we expect will be using this design.”

This seems like the perfect boat for a couple to take around the loop, or just down a section of it. She’s also got two staterooms below, so the owner can bring another couple, or maybe the grandkids. Nicely executed design here.Back Cove 41 deck plans

Click here for Back Cove’s contact information and index of articles ➤



Published by Hank Sibley Bluewater Yacht Sales

Hank Sibley hsibley@bwys.com Sales Professional Bluewater Yacht Sales Hampton, VA 804.337.1945 (Mobile) 757.788.7082 (Office) 757.723.3329 (Fax)

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