2002 Regal 3860 Commodore
|Location||Lake Ozark, MO|
|Engine Description||Twin Volvo 8.1 GXI (420hp each)|
|Engine Use||350 Hours|
Full DescriptionPRICE REDUCED5K!! Very well kept Fresh Water 2002 3860 Regal Commodore, powered by Twin Volvo 8.1 GXI engines (350 hrs) and the boats systems run by a Koehler Generator (211 hours), this low hour cruiser is ready for the LOTO. Recent bottom paint (2016), recent service (fall 2017). ASKING $99995.00 OBO
A/C + Heat (2 Units); Bath; Berth; Bimini Top; Cabin Appointments; Cabin Door; Cabin Lighting; Cabinets; Carpet; Carpet Runners (clear); Central Vacuum; Coffee Maker; Countertops; Dinette; Drink Holders; Fridge/freezer; Galley; Hanging Locker; Heads (2); Hot Water System; Microwave; Mirror; Shower; Sink; Stove; Table;
Bilge Blower; Bilge Pump (3); Bottom Paint (2016); Cooling System (Closed Cooling); Engine Alarms; Engine Displacement (2 X 8.1GXI Volvo's, (420HP Each); Engine Location (Aft); Engine Room; Engine Room Lighting; Fuel Injected; Fuel Tank (277); GPS; Hand Rails; Holding Tanks (40 Gallons); Radar Arch/mast; Trim Tabs; Water Tanks (75 Gallons)
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Anchor Light; Arch; Cockpit Tables; Compass; Depth Instrument; Fuel Gauge; GPS; Navigation Lights; Speed/Depth Sounder/GPS; Tachometer; Television; VHF (Ray Marine); VHF Antenna
110v AC Outlets; AC Electric Panel; Accessory Switches; Alternator; Battery (3); Battery Charger; Battery Location (Engine Room); Battery Switch; CD Player; Cockpit Lighting; Electric Engine Hatch; Engine Kill Switch; Engine Room Lighting; Fuel Gauge; Gauges; Generator (Only 211 Hours); Horn; Hour Meter (350 Hours); Oil Pressure Gauge; Remote Stereo Control; Shore Power; Shore Power Cords; Speakers; Speedometer; Tachometer; Volt Meter; Water Heater (11 Gallon); Wireless Stereo Remote.
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Anchor; Anchor Locker; Beverage Holders; Bimini; Captain's Chair; Chrome Cleats; Cockpit Carpet; Cockpit Sink; Eisenglass; Enclosure ; Swim Ladder; Swim Platform; Transom - Walk Through; Transom Door; Transom Shower; Windlass (Remote Control); Windshield; Carbon Monoxide Detector; Fire Extinguisher; Fire Suppression System; Searchlight (Remote)
Now take a look at the stunning new Regal Commodore 3860. After your eyes have feasted on the hull and you’ve marveled at how Regal has managed to include two private cabins in the design of this 38-foot express cruiser, you have to study the list of standard equipment.
While the Commodore 3860 is a new model that strategically fills the gap between the Commodore 3260 and the flagship 4260, Regal has wisely borrowed many of the features of the 4260 and Regal’s 3880 sedan bridge. However, the Commodore 3860 has plenty of unique features, such as the split-level cockpit layout with its semi-circular lounge to the port side. Lift the rear cushion of this lounge and there are the battery switches, easy to get at and conveniently close at hand. The cockpit refreshment station is easily accessible from either cockpit level.
One step down from the raised cockpit level, the aft cockpit has an L-shaped lounge on the port side, and a very clever transom door to starboard that opens and closes with the assistance of a gas actuator. Other notable features in the rear cockpit are a secondary engine hatch, a tip-out trash receptacle and its own removable cooler.
At the aft end of the Regal 3860 there is a large swim platform. On the port side is a concealed three-step swim ladder, but what we found impressive while back on the swim platform were the two separate lockable storage lockers. In the centre of the transom is the other lockable storage compartment, accessible from the swim platform by way of a nifty lid that lifts up and in, or from under the rear cushion of the L-lounge.
Regal’s innovative thinking extends into the cabin as well. After lounging above deck, relaxation continues in the salon with recliners built into either end of the LeatherCrest salon sofa. Overhead of the salon sofa there are five individual airline-type storage bins.
The Regal 3860 is the only express cruiser under 40 feet that we know of that has two private cabins and two complete head and shower compartments. The forward cabin has a queen-sized berth, two cedar-lined hanging lockers, plenty of drawer storage and private access to the forward head. The mid-cabin has twin berths that can be converted to a single queen berth, stand-up dressing area and a cedar-lined hanging locker.
Putting the Commodore 3860 through our sea trials proved to us that Regal knows how to design and build good performing hulls. The 3860 was up and on plane in a rapid 6.9 seconds, with visibility over the bow never obstructed. We could hold the 3860 on plane at a scant 15.3 mph, while 3,200 rpm gave us a cruise speed of 21.2 mph and at wide-open throttle we had the 3860 running an impressive 40.4 mph.