1988 Regal Commodore 360 $39,900.00

340MIE, Description/Condition

Well Maintained 1988 Regal Commodore 360 Express Cruiser.

Many recent updates.

All maintenance up to date.

Used weekly throughout the season.

Overall, this boat is extremely well equipped, offering all the amenities and options you would expect on a boat costing much more.

The solid construction and classic lines of this boat make it a great cruiser for years to come.

With all the updates and improvements, just normal maintenance is needed to keep this boat in top shape.

Summary of recent updates:
New fuel pumps
New carburetors with electric choke
New K&N spark arrestors
New plugs, wires, cap, rotor
Tune-up, carb adjustment, timing
New water pump
New head pump
New VHF radio
New Ritchie Navigator compass
New Canvas enclosure with sunpad cover
New anchor roller
New iPod stereo with speakers
Re-built helm steering pump (new seals, no leaks)
New seat bases for cockpit (replaced wood bases)
Re-backed floor panels in cockpit (better than new with zero flex under foot)


Length: 36' (40' including bow pulpit and swim platform)
Width: 13'3"
Tonnage: 16
Fuel: 280 gal
Water: 140 gal
Waste: 75 gal

Cruise: 16-18 kts
Max: 26 kts

Engines: Twin Mercruiser MIE 340 (7.4L/454)
HP: 680 (340 HP ea)
3 blade bronze props
1 1/2" ss prop shafts
Bennett trim tabs
Hydraulic steering

Simrad CP 30 GPS chartplotter
Robertson AP11 Autopilot
Ritchie Navigator 4 1/2" compass
Raytheon 24 mile radar
Lowrance in-hull depth sounder (to 600 ft)
Azimuth 314 electronic compass
Cobra VF-75 VHF marine radio

19 in LCD HD digital TV
Jansen marine stereo with iPod hookup and 4 speakers
Omni-directional antenna (HD and digital compatible)
Cable TV hookups

2 – 30 amp shore power hookups
6.5 KW Westerbeke generator
3 – deep cycle marine batteries (1 house & generator, port and starboard starting batteries)
Converter (charges batteries)
Galvanic isolator

22 lb Danforth
25 ft of chain
200 ft of nylon rode
Lewmar windlass with foot pedals and helm controls
New anchor roller through bow pulpit

Radar Arch:
2 VHF radio antennas
Radar dome
GPS antenna
TV antenna
Overhead LED lighting for cockpit

New seat bases with storage
Chart holder at helm
Ice Maker in cabinet (1.5 lb/hour of ice)
removable table

2 burner dual electric and alcohol stove
double sink
"full" size refrigerator
built in microwave
Covers for stove and sink

Electric Head
Combo head and shower (separate from vanity and sink)

Forward Berth:
Double bed
Hanging closet
6'2" headroom
Teak doors
Large storage under bed
1 large deck hatch

Aft Berth
Double Bed
Electrical Panel Access
Full size teak door
6'6" headroom
2 closets

Varnished round wood table with leaf
Seating for 6+ including settee
19" HD TV with DVD player
Table telescopes down to create another double bed
2 deck hatches

Sunpad on bow with new sunbrella cover (can be used without removing cover)
Non-skid decks all around
Solid Teak swim platform with large ladder

Owner's Review

Regal used this hull for over 10 years in their 360, 380 and 402 models.

The hull performs well in all types of seas, and feels solid throughout.

Unlike Sea Ray hulls of this period, the Regal hull is solid fiberglass below the waterline, and should last a lifetime.

The 360's a large and heavy boat for a 36' boat, which gives it a great ride and is very stable at anchor.

Underway, the 360 can stay on plane even down to 13 kts with the trim tabs pressed. and cruises nicely at 16 kts with a nice soft ride in even the roughest chop.

Maneuvering this boat at the dock is a breeze with its twin inboards which are set wide.

The prop pockets also allow for a draft just over 3'.

Below decks, you will find a convenient layout with the galley to port at the bottom of the stairs, and the head to starboard.

There are two double berths, which both have standing room next to the bed even with the doors closed.

Headroom in the entire cabin is about 6'6" (except the head and forward berth where you will find a 4" step up and 6'2" headroom).

The galley boasts a "full" size fridge and freezer, along with a two burner electric stove, built in microwave, and double sink.

Both the sink and stove have covers that allow for more counter space when not in use.

Cabinet space both above and below the counter is adequate, allowing for even non-essentials to be stowed.

Forward of the galley is the salon dinette with a round solid wood table.

There is a section that folds down when not in use to allow more space to walk around, and the settee to starboard pulls out to allow for more seating at the table (up to 6).

The dinette table also telescopes down and has a pad to for the top to add an additional double bed.

Including this space, you could sleep up to 6 people.

Above the settee to starboard is the LCD TV and DVD player.

Aft of the settee (also to starboard) is the head.

The head is split into a vanity with sink, and a separate head/shower area, both with over 6' of headroom.

The hot water heater is more than adequate for taking back to back showers, and the (new 2009) water pump with accumulator tank provide excellent pressure.

The electric head (new pump 2009) is an added convenience.

Both the v-berth and the aft cabin are suitable owners cabins.

The aft cabin has a walk in area under the helm before the low headroom over the bed.

There are two closets (one with hangers, and the other with drawers, as well as another vanity cabinet.

The electrical panel is in the aft cabin and includes controls for the generator and all AC and DC systems.

The forward cabin has a large storage area under the bed, a hanging closet, and another drawer storage cabinet.

Also there are open storage areas high near the ceiling.

Overall the cabin is well laid out for functionality while still allowing for decent privacy, and even some entertaining.

Teak is everywhere throughout the cabin, from battens on the ceiling to the doors and drawers, to the bathroom fixtures.

The main sliding hatch between the cabin and cockpit is smoke colored plexiglas which allows ample light in on sunny days.

There are also three deck hatches and 8 portholes which all open to allow for excellent airflow.

The reverse cycle AC/heat unit also provides good air circulation and comfort in any season.

The dial controls are simple but effective and rarely need to be touched.

Moving above to the cockpit, you will find abundant seating with a double sliding seat at the helm (starboard) and another forward facing double seat to port.

Behind the helm area there is more seating for up to 8 more people.

A removable table to port allows for entertaining in the sunny cockpit, and there is more than ample space to move around even when it is in place (I rarely take it down).

The cockpit is enclosed with new (2008) sunbrella canvas with isenglass windows.

The stainless steel frame and custom made canvas was expertly created for this specific boat, and have over 6' of headroom at the raised helm and has great visibility with all the canvas up.

All the windows and the entire aft section of the canvas can be removed easily on warm days.

The laminated wood seat bases were completely re-done in 2008 and will last the lifetime of the boat. (The original seat bases were marine grade plywood and are prone to rot after 20 years on the ocean, the replacements are made of pressure treated plywood, stainless fasteners and waterproof glue, and should last well over 20 more years.) There is plenty of storage under all of the seats.

A new iPod integrated marine stereo with marine speakers was installed in 2009, and a new ice maker was installed in 2009 as well.

The ice maker is removable, and is built into the port helm seat base with a teak louvered door.

The updated ice maker produces 1.5 lbs/hr and can be filled with bottled water rather than tank water (better for drinks).

There is a stainless steel magma grill which fits into a rod holder and a fresh water deck wash spigot aft to starboard.

The transom door is the full thickness of the transom, and looks finished when closed.

The swim platform is solid teak with a large ladder.

At the helm, you will find all the electronics you will need for any type of cruise.

The Simrad chartplotter integrates with the autopilot for efficient and relaxing cruising.

A new (2010) depth sounder is in the dash along with all the engine system gauges.

The raytheon 24 mile radar gives ample and reliable radar imagery.

There is a new binnacle compass (2008 Ritchie Navigator 4 1/2" flat dial), as well as a second electronic compass (3 total compasses including the electronic compass included in the autopilot).

The hydraulic steering provides zero feedback, and doesn't move when using autopilot.

A new (2009) VHF radio, and backup VHF radio are installed in the dash and next to the helm seat respectively.

The topsides and side decks are all non-skid and railings are secure.

On the bow there is a large sunpad with a new (2008) sunbrella cover which can stay attached when using the sunpad.

The decks are solid, and spacious.

Forward of the sunpad there is enough room to stow a 9' inflatable and still use the sunpad.

Fender stowage for 4 fenders are on the rails on the forward bow.

The anchor comes with 25 feet of chain and 200 ft of rope, and there is a windlass to make anchoring a breeze.

The windlass can be controlled with either the foot pedals on the bow, or with the lever switch at the helm.

A new anchor roller system was installed in 2010 to replace and improve the stock roller.

The two 30amp shore power cords attache to starboard near the radar arch, and were replace in 2010 with the new twist-lock system.

Also, there is a cable TV hookup with matching ss twist-lock cover.

There is an omni-directional antenna on the radar arch, which receives the new digital and HD tv channels.

Under the cockpit lies the engine room with it's twin Mercruiser 340 MIE engines (7.4L/454CI).

The engines are connected to Berg-Warner V-drives and 3 bladed bronze props on 1 1/2 in stainless steel shafts.

The shaft seals have dripless packing installed in 2010, and the cutlass bearings were checked and replaced in 2009.

The engines have all maintenance done every year, and some recent improvements include new carburetors with K&N marine spark arrestors and electric chokes, new fuel pumps, new plugs, wires, rotor and cap, and a complete tune up.

Exhaust risers were replaced in 2007, along with new alternators and batteries.

The engines have 850 hours on them, and still run strong and smooth.

Getting around the engine room is a tight squeeze, but there is enough room between the engines to fit in order to service most components.

Aft and slightly to port is the 6.5 KW Westerbeke generator which has controls in the engine room as well as on the electrical panel.

The generator provides plenty of power to run the electric systems, including the AC and stove (at the same time).

The generator is very quiet, and most of your guests won't even know is on.

Overall, this boat is extremely well equipped, offering all the amenities and options you would expect on a boat costing much more.

The solid construction and classic lines of this boat make it a great cruiser for years to come.

With all the updates and improvements, just normal maintenance is needed to keep this boat in top shape.

Contact Name: Rodney
Contact Phone: 603-401-4438
Type: Power
Year: 1988
Length: 39′
City: E Boston
State: Massachusetts
Engine: Mercruiser
Engine Count: Twin
Engine Hours: 850
Drive: I/O
Horsepower: 340
Fuel: Gas
Hull Material: Glass
Beam: 13′ 3″
Draft: not given
Condition: Very Good
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