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Flagship of the Regal fleet for several years, the 4160 Commodore (called 4260 Commodore in 200205; 4460 Commodore in 200609) is a high-style luxury sport yacht with a spacious, well-arranged interior and a particularly innovative cockpit layout. She rides on a beamy deep-V hull with propeller pockets, and her aggressive profile owes much to a gracefully integrated bow pulpit and a unique fore-and-aft arch design. Boarding from one of two transom gates, one is struck by the cockpit configurationthe aft section is small, but the elevated bridge deck is huge with a large U-shaped settee and table opposite the helm. This is a very social layout since most of the guest seating is centered near the double-wide helm rather than aft as it is on most express cruisers. The Regals plush two-stateroom interior is notable in that both cabins have pocket doors for privacy (rather than curtains) and each has its own head. Additional features include a walk-through windshield, cockpit wet bar, a power-assist windshield vent, foredeck sun pad, and a large transom storage locker. A good performer with optional 450hp Cummins (or 480hp Volvo) diesels, the Commodore will cruise at 28 knots (30+ top).
Overview Polished sportyacht (called 4160 Commodore in 2000-01; 4260 Commodore in 2002-05) delivers compelling mix of modern styling, posh accommodations, spirited performance.
Features Wide-open salon with leather seating, home-sized galley with hardwood floor, two private staterooms, two heads. Huge bridgedeck boasts circular lounge seating. Transom storage locker, power engine hatch are standard.
Comments Fiberglass hardtop is a popular option.
Performance Cummins 450hp-or Volvo 480hp-diesels cruise at 28 knots (30+ knots top).