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Styling is a matter of preference but the Regal 30 Express is, shall we say, a bit unconventional. Its forward facing salon window makes sense from the inside where its helps bath the interior in natural light, but the external aesthetics are another matter. That said, the 30 Express has much to offer families moving up from a smaller boat. Boasting a large cockpit with L-shaped seating, refreshment center, and a 4-position sun lounge aft few express cruisers this size offer more in the way of open-air comfort and versatility. A cockpit table and transom shower are standard, and black Faria gauges turn the dash into something special. The bow is accessed from a walk-thru windshield and molded-in steps next to the helm. Below, the Regals well-appointed cabin takes full advantage of the boats 9'6"" beam. The layout sleeps four with a convertible dinette forward and queen berth aft with privacy curtain. The cabin upholstery is leather, and cherry cabinets, Corian counters, and hardwood flooring enhance the decor. A radar arch, Fusion stereo system and electric head are standard. Twin 250hp MerCruiser sterndrives cruise at 2426 knots (nearly 40 knots top).