Slide your ipod or iphone into the waterproof dock and it will keep your tunes pumping and device charging. In addition you can listen to AM, FM or VHF radio.
Regal engineers dare you to try and find an uncomfortable position. The 28’s UltraLounge with 4- position backrest, it’s a bet that Regal engineers are “comfortable” with -- literally & figuratively.
A captain isn’t worth his salt without a mate at his side. That’s why the 28 Express features a double helm seat.
Big crowd, small problem. While our competitor’s seating arrangements may be challenged, the 28 Express features the most seating space in it’s class.
When polled, the vast majority of boaters wanted natural light and fresh air in the cabin, and for those we’ve created opening deck skylights on the 28 Express.
Just because you go below decks doesn’t mean you should leave the view behind; unless you’re on a competitor’s boat. The 28 Express is the only boat in its class that features hull side windows. The view from the top is always crystal clear.
Regal didn’t have to install a flip-up arm rest on the port lounge -- after all none of our competitors did. On second thought, Regal doesn’t settle for 2nd best.
Though you can’t solve every problem with a push of a button; low bridges, dry storage & trailer height can be. That’s because the optional power tower folds electrically.
Wondering where to stow the filler cushions? Regal engineers cleverly designed the backrest cushions to pull double duty as they lay to make a full queen berth.
Wide steps allow for easy access to the foredeck.
The astute observer will notice the absence of cookies or a teddy bear laying on the berth. That’s because the 28 Express features a full queen size berth and unique aft cabin opening is the largest in class. For the non astute, this berth wasn’t designed for children.
Though the ability to find fresh air in the mid-cabin may be found on most express boats, none accomplish it with the same Italian flare as Regal.