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The Regal 292 Commodore (called the 2960 Commodore in 20002001; 3060 Commodore in 200203) is an upmarket sterndrive cruiser with an attractive blend of crisp styling and comfortable accommodations. She was built on a solid fiberglass hull with a relatively wide beam, a sharp entry, and innovative trim tab pods beneath the swim platform. In the European fashion, she was one of a growing number of 1990s sportboat designs with no bow pulpit. Her plush, full-beam interior (there are no side decks) includes double berths fore and aft and a convertible dinette in the salonberths for four adults and two kids. There are privacy curtains for both staterooms, and the rich furnishings and Corian countertops lend a touch of luxury seen only in better-quality boats. The cockpit has a U-shaped lounge aft that converts into a sun pad, a transom door, and a wet bar. Additional features include a walk-through windshield, radar arch, andafter 2002an optional extended swim platform. Among several engine choices, twin 260hp MerCruiser I/Os cruise at 22 knots (high 30s top), and twin 280hp Volvo gas engines cruise at 24 knots (about 40 knots top). Note that a new 3060 Commodore was introduced in 2004.