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Background Information

Employment History

REGULATOR MARINE INC


Regulator

ALL-NEW INC LTD


Affiliations

SNAME Small Craft Committee

Member


American Boat & Yacht Council , Inc.

Member


Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers

Member


Commonwealth of Virginia

Member


Education

B.S.

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Webb Institute of Naval Architecture


M.S.

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


degrees

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


degrees

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Webb Institute of Naval Architecture


masters degree

MIT


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Regulator Marine :: Newsroom :: Press Release

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Designed by the renowned naval architect Lou Codega, the all-new Regulator 28 FS incorporates a traditional transom bracket set on a hull that has an LOA of 27' 7.5" and a beam of 9'5" making Regulator 28 one of the largest boats in its class.
"A transom bracket takes full advantage of the sharp bow entry and deep-vee hull design," commented designer Lou Codega.


oysterharborsmarine.com

Designed by the renowned naval architect Lou Codega, the all-new Regulator 28 FS incorporates a traditional transom bracket set on a hull that has an LOA of 27' 7.5" and a beam of 9' 5" making Regulator 28 one of the largest boats in its class.
"A transom bracket takes full advantage of the sharp bow entry and deep-vee hull design," commented designer Lou Codega.


Atlantic Marine » portfolio

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Regulator combined the two decades of constant improvements on the venerable Regulator 26 and added on all the cutting edge in offshore design and fishability the renowned naval architect Lou Codega had to offer.


News | Atlantic Marine Sales

www.atlanticmarinesales.com [cached]

Designed by the renowned naval architect Lou Codega, the all-new Regulator 28 FS incorporates a traditional transom bracket set on a hull that has an LOA of 27' 7.5" and a beam of 9' 5" making Regulator 28 one of the largest boats in its class.
"A transom bracket takes full advantage of the sharp bow entry and deep-vee hull design," commented designer Lou Codega. Based on a deep-V design from award-winning architect Lou Codega, the 29 FS was built around its power plant - a pair of Yamaha F250 4-stroke engines - delivering all the hardcore performance required.


The Hull Truth: Codega To Brief Buyers at Newport International Boat Show - PassageMaker

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The Hull Truth: Codega To Brief Buyers at Newport International Boat Show
CruiserPort Cuba Rallies TrawlerFest CruiserPort The Hull Truth: Codega To Brief Buyers at Newport International Boat Show Lou Codega's designs range from Navy Seals boats to full-displacement trawler yachts. Lou Codega's designs range from Navy Seals boats to full-displacement trawler yachts. Lou Codega, one of the most versatile naval architects practicing today, comes to Newport on Saturday, Sept. 17, to explain how different hull shapes behave differently under way and why this matters so much. In the decision-tree of boat buying, choosing a hull shape should be first. Walk the docks long enough and you will find unhappy individuals who made this initial decision based on emotion not a clear-eyed assessment. Codega will share at least one case study on the painful consequences of a wrongheaded approach. Ultimately his goal is to share a methodology for boat buying that removes emotion from the equation. "The geek term for it would be some kind of 'systems analysis' for picking a boat," he says. "You don't even think of a particular boat at the outset... "The other thing i want to stress is different horses for different courses. Don't buy a boat now for what what you think may be doing five years from now, buy one for what you know you will be doing today." Cruiserport University is part of the Newport International Boat Show, Codega and other experts, including Nigel Calder, will present their seminars at the funky Newport Blues Cafe, directly across Thames Street from the show. Codega has degrees in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Webb Institute of Naval Architecture and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is a registered professional Engineer. His 35 years of experience, almost all in power boat boat design, has included stints with the Coast Guard, the Navy's small craft design group, and Donald L. Blount and Associates. Since 1990, Codega has practiced independently, designing production and semi-custom vessels. His designs have been built by many of the most highly regarded builders in the country. Boats in his portfolio range from 16 to 155 feet in length and include work for Regulator Marine, Silver Ships, Seemann Composites and Carolina Classic. Though he has designed full-displacement trawlers, Codega is also a recognized expert in high performance craft with experience in high speed hydrodynamics, light weight composite and aluminum structures, and high-performance engines and propulsors. RegisterAna15 The best value at the registration site is to purchase a VIP pass for $375, which entitles the purchaser to attend eight seminar, including Codega's (but excluding Nigel Calder's diesel and systems seminars).


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