My favorite is a simple little drain on the dash, just below the windshield. It doesn't seem like much, but water often pools in this spot. Some designers install a lip rimming the dash with a drain to let water escape, but every time you wash the dash, drip marks run down the outside of the console. Not on the 29 Grand Sport. The deck will stay clean, too, thanks to gobs of dedicated stowage. The 130-gallon in-deck fishboxes, which drain on macerator pumps, are big enough to haul Shamu. Cram them full of hundred-pound tuna and you can continue to fish, thanks to a pair of backup fishboxes forward. There's also a compartment under the foredeck that has a molded-in recess to hold a five-gallon bucket. Another feature is the boat's high, rising sheerline. It has more freeboard than usual, with extremely high gunwales. This adds a feeling of security but creates a sail area for the breeze to catch and looks overly tall from the sides.