Evolution and refinement manifest themselves aboard the boat in more ways than just its trompe l'oeil aesthetics. The head is fiberglass-lined, drains and includes an opening port, a vanity and 4-foot-6-inch headroom. The folding armrests in the bow lounge provide great comfort, and a cooler is built in for convenience. The transom lounge is contoured to provide thigh and calf support. This opens on a locking strut, providing great access to the engine. Two big — I'm talking folding bikes and beach chairs — stowage lockers are in the sole. More subtly, the windshield walk-through latch automatically locks in the open position, the wet bar top is nonskid and rung with a fiddle rail, and access to wakeboard stowage is via a large hatch on the standard extended swim platform. Every hatch lid stands up without having to be held, and a pocket in the helm recesses the steering wheel's shaft bezel, providing six more inches of belly room for the skipper.