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Used Regal 3860 Commodore Express Cruiser Boat For Sale 52 pictures

Boat Description

The Regal 3860 Commodore Express Cruiser offers quality speed, comfort and versatility in an attractive, stylish package; her two stateroom, two head layout is ideal for the cruising family or two couples. While her large bridge deck and cockpit will accommodate a crowd for picnic outings.

Floatin Doc is nicely equipped with optional larger engines, quality electronics, bow thruster and many desireable options. She is particularly attractive with her black topsides, she has been used only in fresh water with 860 hours and shows like a new boat.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Dimensions
LOA: 39 ft 10 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
Displacement: 19300 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 840 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Mercruiser
Engine Model: 8.1 Liter HO
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 862
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 420 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Mercruiser
Engine Model: 8.1Liter HO
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 862
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 420 HP

Cruising Speed: 24 knots
Maximum Speed: 34 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (277 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (40 Gallons)

Layout

Sleeps four in two staterooms with additional accommodations for two at a convertible salon sofa for a total of six berths. There are also two head compartments (one with a large circular shower stall), a full galley, cockpit with outdoor seating for a small crowd, and a pass-through windshield to the foredeck. The entire aft deck of the cockpit electrically raises to allow unique walk-in engine room access from the swim platform. The boat is built on a good-riding solid fiberglass modified-V hull. Boarding the vessel onto the large aft swim/boarding platform one enters the cockpit through a transom door situated to starboard. Once in the cockpit one finds forward-facing L-shaped seating to port with a cooler in a recessed cubby. Moving forward and up one step is a wet bar with ice maker to starboard and a large semi-circular settee with removable table to port. The helm station is positioned forward and across to starboard. Foredeck access is made safe and easy through molded-in steps forward in the cockpit that lead forward through an opening section in the windshield. Cabin access is forward from the cockpit down through a sliding acrylic door into the salon area. In the main cabin one finds the galley immediately to port upon entry with a convertible sofa and expanding table across to starboard. The master stateroom is situated completely forward in the cabin and features a private head compartment with separate shower stall. The mid-cabin stateroom is located aft in the cabin and features twin beds capable of transforming into a large double bed. This mid-cabin stateroom also features its own head and shower. Both staterooms offer wooden pocket doors for privacy. The interior is decorated with beige UltraLeather upholstery, beige carpeting, beige UltraLeather walls and headliner, high gloss cherry wood cabinetry and trim, and black countertops contrasted against black tan fabrics, shams, spreads, and matching pillows. The exterior hull color is black with a silver accent stripe, tan canvas, and black bottom paint.

Cockpit

Boarding onto the large aft platform one finds non-skid decking, courtesy lighting, a fold-out swim ladder, hot/cold handheld shower, large transom storge trunk, another deep storage compartment with all shore service connections, dual Glendinning Cable Masters for each shore cord, transom door into the cockpit, and the entire aft deck of the cockpit electrically raises to allow unique walk-in engine room access from the swim platform. The boat also conveniently takes on fuel to each tank from the aft platform. Moving into the self-bailing cockpit through the starboard-side transom door one finds an L-shaped forward-facing seat with an Igloo 25-quart cooler housed within a recessed cubby to port. Slightly forward and to starboard is a wet bar with storage, a sink, drink holders, and a U-Line refrigerator. Forward of this wet bar is the helm station with dual helm seat and a large semi-circular settee with removable table is across to port. Other cockpit details include:

– non-skid decking
tan snap-down outdoor carpeting
full tan canvas and isinglass enclosure
separate mooring/storage cover
power-operated opening windshield vent
molded-in steps on either side that lead up to the sidewalks
Clarion sound system with backlit sub-woofer
– drink holders throughout the cockpit
generous storage areas
courtesy and overhead lighting
swept-back painted aluminum radar arch
110-volt receptacle
side exhaust

Foredeck

The foredeck is easily and safely accessed from the cockpit by way of molded-in steps that lead up through an opening section in the windshield. There are also narrow sidewalks on either side of the vessel that are accessed by molded-in steps located aft in the cockpit. The foredeck features include:

– non-skid decking
welded stainless steel railing
(3) circular Bomar deck hatches
in-deck storage compartment
recessed sunpad with stainless steel hand-holds, (4) drink holders, and canvas protective cover
– Lofrans electric anchor windlass recessed and enclosed under a hatch with deck foot-switches and helm mounted remote switches
nylon and chain rode
anchor chain locker access
fresh water washdown
courtesy lighting in the windlass compartment

Helm Station

The helm station is forward and to starboard in the cockpit. This area offers good visibility and features a double-wide helm seat. Other highlights include:

– wrap-around windshield with highly polished stainless steel frame
electric windshield wiper
walk-through windshield for foredeck access
power-operated opening windshield vent
drink holders
SeaStar tilt/hydraulic steering with wooden rimmed wheel
helm-mounted windlass controls
port-side clear plexiglass covered chart table
simulated wood-grain dash
tan, low glare dash panel
stainless steel foot rest
– Bennett trim tab controls
FireBoy automatic engine room fire extinguishing system monitor
spotlight remote control
full engine instrumentation with panel back-lighting and dimmer control
12-volt accessory receptacle
separate shift and throttle controls
digital engine hour meters
high water alarm
Fireboy Xintex gasoline vapor detector

Electronics

The navigation electronics are all flush-mounted at the helm and inventory consists of the following:

Ray Marine RL80C enclosed array radar/color chartplotter with 2-card capability

Ray Marine ST60 digital depth finder

Ray Marine ST6001 Auto Pilot

Ray Marine 215DSC VHF radio

Max Power Bow Thruster

Bennet Trim Tabs

Guest remote control spotlight

Danforth compass

Salon

Entering the salon down through a sliding acrylic pocket door from the cockpit one immediately finds the galley and entertanment equipment to port and a sofa with recliners and foot-rests to starboard. The sofa settee converts to sleep two and also features an expandable table with decorative inlay. The ships power distribution panel is housed within a cabinet positioned on aft starboard bulkhead with cherry wood cabinet doors. The interior also features:

– high-gloss lacqured cherry cabinetry throughout
UltraLeather upholstery and headliner
clear plastic carpet protective runners
built-in RCA color television
built-in RCA digital DVD/MP3 player with surround sound and RCA sub-woofer
recessed overhead lights with dimmer
reading lights
central vacuum
– (3) opening and screened portholes
circular overhead deck hatches with screens
sliding screen at cabin entry door
Fireboy Xintex carbon monoxide detector
12-volt receptacle
mirrored forward and aft bulkheads
shelf storage areas
overhead storage compartments
telephone jack
bottle cabinet with smoked plexiglass door

Galley

The galley is situated immediately to port upon entry to the cabin and open to the salon. The entertainment equipment for the salon is actually built-in at the galley area. Galley equipment and features include:

– Nova Kool dual voltage side-by-side refrigerator/freezer
single-surface countertops
polished stainless steel single basin sink
circular overhead deck hatch with screen
opening porthole with screen
built-into-countertop trash receptacle
– recessed Kenyon 2-burner single-surface electric cooktop (never used) with cover to enlarge countertop space
built-in Black Decker Spacemaker coffee maker
built-in Origo microwave oven
cabinet and drawer storage
exhaust fan
hardwood flooring

Master Stateroom Forward

The master stateroom is situated completely forward in the vessel and separates from the salon with a wooden pocket door. Highlights include:

– offset to starboard double bed with built-in steps to port
(2) screened portholes
single overhead deck hatch with screen
reading lights
overhead and mood lighting
(2) cedar-lined hanging lockers
– mirrored forward bulkhead
curtains
Philips built-in TV/VCR
separate thermostat zone for heat/air conditioning
Fireboy Xintex carbon monoxide detector
under bed storage
drawer storage

Master Head

This head compartment is conveniently located within the mid-cabin stateroom, a unique feature seldom found in a boat of this size. It includes a sink actually in the stateroom and a separate compartment that serves as the full stand-up shower stall and houses the head. This compartment has a hinged wooden door and shower curtain. Other features include:

– SeaLand VacuFlush head using fresh water
Grohe faucet
vent fan
mirror
towel bar

Mechanical

Mechanical equipment includes:

– (2) Marine Air reverse cycle heat/air conditioning units with digital thermostats and dehumidify mode
helm-mounted Fireboy Xintex gasoline vapor detector
automatic/manual bilge pumps
Bennett electric/hydraulic trim tabs
bilge/engine room blowers
bronze ball-valve through hull seacocks
helm-mounted high water alarm
navigation/anchor lighting
fenders and line
dual Glendinning Cable Masters to eject and retrieve each of the shore power cables
shore water connection
12-volt pressure water system with accumulator tank for consistant pressure
110-volt quick-recovery water heater with engine heat exchanger
waste tank and fresh water tank level indicators
waste tank deck pump-out
electric horn
omni-directional television antenna
welded aluminum saddle fuel tanks
Coast Guard safety package

Electrical

Electrical equipment includes:

– 110-volt (AC)
12-volt (DC)
deep cycle marine battery banks
(2) 30-amp shore service power cables with dual Glendinning Cable Masters
C-Charger 3-phase 5000 series 60-amp automatic battery charging system
high-output engine driven alternators
Kohler 7.3 KW gasoline generator housed within a sound enclosure, fiberglass muffler, raw water sea strainer, water separating fuel filter, remote start/stop---62 total hours of use
cable television shore service connection and cord
telephone shore connection and cord
full galvanic bonding system
ground-fault 110-volt outlets throughout
master power distribution panel with 110-volt and 12-volt magnetic circuit breakers, amp and volt meters, and a transfer switch enabling any equipment to power-up with only one of the 30-amp cords connected to power--hinged for service access

Engine Details

The engine compartment is accessed through a deck hatch in the cockpit sole or the entire aft section of the cockpit electrically raises to allow walk-in access from the swim platform. The engine room is spotless and service access is great. Other features include:

– (2) Mercruiser 8.1 liter high output V-drive inboards
420/hp each
only 862 total hours of use
closed, fresh water cooling
electronic fuel injection
ZF/Hurth V-drive transmissions
transmission coolers
oil coolers
vibration isolating engine mounts
fiberglass mufflers
X-Change-R oil changing pump plumbed to each main and genset
water separating fuel filters
raw water sea strainers
Fireboy automatic engine room fire extinguishing system with helm monitor
fuel selector and shut-off valves
12-volt engine room lighting
acoustical and thermal engine room insulation
diamond plate engine room flooring
white epoxy bilge/engine room paint
engine warning alarms for low oil pressure/overheat

Crews Quarters

The mid-cabin stateroom is located aft in the cabin and features twin beds capable of transforming into a large double bed. This mid-cabin stateroom also features its own head and shower. Both staterooms offer wooden pocket doors for privacy.

– Phillips 13 TV
– Vacu-Flush Head
– Stand up Shower

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Approximate boat location: Port Huron, Michigan