The SL 262 is a big boat. It’s not only beamy, but it also sports waist-deep coamings. Four Winns fills that acreage with amenities, including a fiberglass-lined head with a smoked acrylic skylight and wood cabinetry. The rubber-matted swim platforms are great: I can see the kiddies boarding by the stern, running through the boat and jumping off the bow as I type. The interior boasts hand-fitted, top-stitched upholstery, and I appreciated the generous space between seat and wheel. Snap-in carpet is standard, and stowage is as massive as the cockpit. An aft facing seat and recessed swim ladder reside on the transom platform. I didn’t get to test the standard dual-axle trailer with brakes.