Our tester cruised at 25 to 35 mph (3,800 to 4,500 rpm). Fuel economy proved excellent for a 10,000-plus-pound boat carrying a 3.5 kW generator and offering a 225-mile range. Noise level was low enough to converse with ease. The skipper pilots from the center of three bolstered chairs, with a dash for twin 12-inch electronic displays. The chairs mount on an athwartship galley unit with an electric grill (optional), twin sinks over a refrigerator, and a recessed grab rail across the after edge. The cockpit holds a transom seat, with a port and starboard pair of folding seats that form an L- or U-shaped lounge. A teak table lowers to form a rear sun pad. A sturdy transom door offers access to the swim platform. A large cockpit hatch provides access to tanks, plumbing, wiring and the generator. The best sun pad is at the bow — it’s wide enough for two, with lifting backrests for reading and watching sunsets. At the stem head, a windlass above the rode/chain locker controls the anchor.