Regulator Launches the New 37 and MyHelm interface
Although this newest Regulator takes many cues from the flagship 41, the numerous improvements exemplify the company’s drive and passion for continuous innovation. Big horsepower from Yamaha, factory-installed Garmin electronics packages, integrated wrap-around windshield and optional cockpit SureShade all return for the latest model, but the new features and upgrades go far beyond that.
Originally teased in the Winter of 2021, hull 1 of the new 37 took her time on the production lines of Regulator’s state-of-the-art facility in Edenton, North Carolina. Regulator’s craftsmen take great care in tooling and assembly of the first hull of every new model to ensure the next builds meet their stringent quality standards.
No longer just a helm, the 37’s new Offshore Command Center features factory-installed Garmin multi-function displays with digital switching and monitoring, along with the proprietary Regulator MyHelm interface. This all-new system offers a seamless and intuitive connection of key functions in one application that includes a wireless key fob to trigger systems like lighting, batteries, and more as you approach or disembark: all with the touch of a button.
Over 43 feet from stem to rear engine cowling and boasting a 12-foot, 7-inch beam, the 37’s impressive proportions allow for triple helm seating flanked by an aft-facing bench, plus a deluxe cabin with queen berth, functional galley, stand-up head and hot water shower.
The Regulator 37 provides fishability, comfort, and convenience at every turn.
Bluewater Yacht Yards in Hampton, Virginia was commissioned by Regulator to put the finishing touches on hull 1 of the 37, including bottom paint and boot stripe. Bluewater Partner and Sales Professional, Jud Black was fortunate to see the boat up close during its brief make-ready stay.
“The boat is awesome, and it’s huge,” Black explains, “It has some really cool features including the aft-facing mezzanine bench. The seat lifts up on gas shocks to reveal a pump room.” This pump room—another first for a Regulator—features a false floor and is finished out for storage with the look of a custom sportfish lazarette. This space hosts equipment and systems that need periodic maintenance like batteries, livewell pumps, HVAC, and the optional Seakeeper gyro.
Whether at anchor or underway, the optional Seakeeper 5 can keep the roll in check while the 500-plus gallon fuel supply ensures long trips without range anxiety. The Yamaha XTOs produce a total of 1,275 horsepower—plenty of muscle to get on plane quickly and offshore in a hurry. Being the first four-stroke outboard to offer direct injection, these engines can also settle into an efficient cruise mode when speed is not the priority.
With hull 1 already in the water and prepped with bottom paint from our Hampton Yacht Yard, more 37s are poised to depart Regulator’s newly expanded factory in coastal North Carolina. If you are in the market for a premium center console, be sure to have a look at Regulator Marine and be on the lookout for more models to offer the MyHelm interface, Yamaha’s HelmMaster EX and other exciting innovations.
LOA: 43′ 5″
Beam: 12′ 7″
Draft: 3’ 10”
Weight: 19,300 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 507 gal.
Water Capacity: 50 gal.
Power: Triple Yamaha V8 XTOs @ 425 hp