A Family Company
With God’s help, we will develop an exceptional team dedicated to enriching lives and providing an awesome boating experience.
Paul & Carol Kuck
Paul and Carol Kuck founded Regal Marine Industries in 1969. In the pursuit of a vision, they left the legacy of a new world class standard in boating luxury. However, the hope was initially set back in 1973 when the Kucks lost most of their original investment to the energy crisis. “Whatever happens from this time forward,” Paul prayed, “is because of You.” With God’s help and bold determination, the Kucks began to reinvent innovation and customer service – leading to more than 40 years of success. Today, Regal boats define state-of-the-art craftsmanship, and continue to carry Paul and Carol’s philosophy that faith and stewardship will always guide the way.
Our People, Our Kin
We embody the belief that all of our employees are part of the Regal family.
Family meant everything to the Kucks. Today, the Kuck's three children Duane, Tim and Pam guide the company and a culture that cherishes diversity.
REGAL BOATS HISTORY
It All Begins
Paul and Carol Kuck, and investors Gene Kandel and Clark Prudhon, open Regal Marine Industries. The first models include a 17-foot tri-hull, 14-foot ski boat, and a 21-foot cuddy.
The Global Standard
Regal makes its first overseas shipment to Austria. Global expansion begins.
The FasTrac Hull
The launch of the award-winning, standard-setting FasTrac hull design.
Pursuit of Quality
Regal becomes ISO certified to produce even higher-quality products.
Recognizing the Pioneer
Founder Paul Kuck passes away on September 5, 2006.
The Mark of Consistency
Regal releases the FasDeck series and becomes the first company to receive the J.D. Power and Associates Awards for "Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Small Runabouts (16-19 feet) and Express Cruisers (24-33 feet)" twice in a row.
For the third year in a row, Regal receives the J.D. Power and Associates Award for "Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Express Cruisers (24-33 feet)."
The company expands to a new, larger facility in Orlando, Florida.
Regal commits to being a debt-free company.
FasTrac wins International Marine Trades Exhibit & Conference (IMTEC) Innovation Award.
A Mother to All
Co-founder Carol Kuck passes away on July 17, 2005.
J.D. Power Award
Regal receives its first J.D. Power and Associates Award for "Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Small Runabouts (16-19 feet)."
To launch the production of its new 52-foot flagship yacht, Regal expands manufacturing facilites by 135,000 square feet.
Unveiling the Showroom
Come see what 40 years of innovation has led to at the Regal Factory showroom, the first of its kind in the industry open to all.