Like many bowriders in this size range, the Limited 1918 is somewhat of a jack-of-all-trades, ready to leisurely cruise one minute, ski and wakeboard the next. As such, its layout is designed to please a variety of masters. Forward, the bow cockpit is squared off before the point of the bow to allow room for a small boarding platform. Below, a dual-purpose locker houses a three-step telescoping ladder to assist those scrambling aboard from the beach. It’s also ready to hold a small anchor. There’s a rubbery, weaved mat to cushion that hardware, while allowing water to flow through to the overboard drain. The seating behind offers ample inwale padding, stainless grab bars and cushions bolstered below the knees for added security. Step through the curved wraparound windshield, and you’ll find a sport-style layout featuring twin captain’s chairs with flip-up bolsters and a 4-foot-wide aft bench. It’s interrupted to starboard by a convenient transom walk-through. Aft, an extended 6-foot-4-inch by 1-foot-9-inch swim and boarding platform keeps swimmers out of the prop’s way, while also offering a nice spot to gear up for water sports. A generous 4-foot-5-inch by 3-foot sun bed provides a seat, or a spot to catch some rays in between sets. When your turn is done, climb back aboard via another three-step telescoping ladder recessed into a nook on the starboard side.