From the outside, the Tahoe really commands second glances. Its clean look comes from smooth-side perimeter fencing, with a bronze metallic finish that matches well with the plush sand and copper interior. In the bow, seating is in a traditional pontoon layout with facing loungers. They’re good to carry two passengers apiece, so a cozy conversation pit is formed. Just behind that, there’s a nifty kitchenette equipped with a sink, mini-fridge, cutting board, wine-bottle rack and stainless-steel storage drawers. A changing room folds out just behind the driver’s station. At the helm, the pilot and copilot chairs have multiple adjustments for comfort and position. They’re secure and stable yet quite plush. The helm itself is well-equipped with a Garmin EchoMap, Mercury VesselView monitor and JL Audio sound system. But the real treat is for sun-worshippers and those watching watersports — the twin aft-facing loungers raise and lower electrically for the most comfortable position and angle.