But I think you will. The 240 Crossover sports Caravelle's XPV hull, which features an extended running surface for quick planing and stable turns, a keelpad to produce lift and better top speeds, and a relatively deep entry to soften the blows and sharpen turns. You'll appreciate the 16-degree transom deadrise in the rough stuff. On a windswept Sarasota Bay, we pounded our way through high-speed performance numbers. A boat such as this, however, typically runs in tamer waters. In that regard, the 240 Crossover handled like a champ, carving tight corners without a hiccup, and with a 300-hp MerCruiser 350 MAG MPI Bravo One stern drive, it squeaked past 50 mph.