Regal has made every effort to use all available space for storage. Most of the bench seating lifts for access to dry compartments, and there are two stowage spaces in the helm console. One is accessible from the starboard seatback in the bow, and the other can be reached from the walkway between the bow and cockpit.
Knowing that water skis and wakeboards take up a lot of space, Regal's designers provided not one but two places to stow them on the 2400. There's one compartment in the cockpit sole and another on the swim platform.
A cockpit hatch opens to reveal a space that extends up into the bow. The stern storage space is actually one nearly full-beam compartment that's covered by three hatches. This makes it easy to get to small items without having to lift a single heavy hatch.
With all the space on board the 2400, it's easy to move around without bumping into things or people. Deck surfaces are skid resistant -- and getting on or off the boat is safe and simple, thanks to two three-step boarding ladders (one at the bow and another at the stern). Each ladder hides away when not in use.
A refreshment center, which features a sink with pressurized water, is molded into the portside gunwale. A section of bench seating on the starboard side lifts with the help of a gas cylinder, exposing a removable 25-quart cooler.
For entertainment, Regal includes a Kenwood AM/FM stereo with a single-disc CD player and four speakers as standard equipment. This system can be upgraded to a premium package that includes a six-disc CD changer and audiophile-worthy speakers.
The most important comfort feature on the Regal 2400 has to be the head compartment. It's neatly hidden behind the helm console, yet it's surprisingly spacious inside. There's a chemical toilet and a sink with pressurized water, plus an opening portlight.
Regal has always been known for including an impressive array of the little things that add convenience and safety on the boats it builds. The 2400 has brake lights, turn signals and hazard lights built into the transom as a backup for your trailer's lights. Moreover, you'll find a convenient trash receptacle inside the helm console, and a bow scuff plate protects the hull when you beach your boat.
The boat's through-hull fittings are chrome (not plastic), and the hull's colors and graphics are molded into the gelcoat.
When it comes time to clean up, it's easy: You simply unsnap the cushions and carpeting, then hose down the entire cockpit.
If you regularly do your own engine maintenance, you'll like the 2400′s engine compartment. It's completely gelcoated, with no rough edges to scrape your fingers. There's ample space to gain access to the engine from all sides, and doing routine fluid level checks is easy.
Look closely at the 2400, and you can see that Regal builds a fine product. It's evident in the extra steps the company takes, from the use of French-stitched upholstery to the molded-in graphics. You might pay a few dollars more for this level of quality, but in the long run, the results will be lower maintenance costs and higher resale value.
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