Starting with its original 325 console and carrying into the 327 Walk Around, Belzona builds cockpit dive doors into each gunwale that slide aft on a stainless-steel trolley system mounted on a self-lubricating track. The system works effortlessly and looks seamless enough so that, if you weren’t looking for them, you might not notice. While these doors were conceived with divers in mind, it should be noted that Belzona built them to open wide enough to accommodate wheelchair entry from a dock. While they were closed and latched during testing, they did not rattle or leak during extreme maneuvers such as hard-over turns or crossing doubled-up wakes at speed, nor while taking on abeam seas at rest. The 327 earned good performance marks overall, due in part to its deep-V hull that sports a flat lifting pad at the keel to help with lift and efficiency.