Yeah, but the first thing everyone's going to ask is "How does it run?" Any 16,800-pound boat that hits 82.8 mph is impressive, but I was equally awed by my test model's agility. Because the 49 Grand Sport is so big, the effect of the twin steps during turns isn't felt. The boat's hull design is pretty conventional, with two sets of alternating 1"-tall and 1-¼"-tall steps, plus four lifting strakes that run through all the steps. It carves through every maneuver like a classic offshore V-bottom. In 4' seas, I ran the boat with the 380-S K-planes dropped to about -3 on the indicators and the drives trimmed out just above neutral. The ride was so comfortable, I wouldn't think twice about bringing my wife and kids along.