Our test boat had two helms, the main station and an optional tower station ($25,833). The main helm featured Mercury Joystick Piloting and two Garmin flush-mounted 22-inch multifunction displays for accessing the chirp fish finder, xHD2 open-array radar, FLIR thermal-imaging camera, chart plotter, engine instrumentation and more. Three-across bucket helm seats feature flip-up bolsters and fold-down armrests. The center seat drops away so you can also drive standing up. Swinging Mercury Revolution 4 propellers, the triple Mercury Verado 400R outboards propelled the 352 from zero to 30 mph in 8.6 seconds, en route to a top speed of 57 mph at 6,800 rpm. All the while, the 352 sliced smoothly through waves and carved turns with precision.