The centered helm with a three-person seat behind it is unique. It’s divided: two seats in one bench with a single next to it. Armrests fold away, bolsters tilt up or down and, if you drive seated, a folding footrest on the seat base accommodates shorter riders, but a step in the helm station also accommodated the skipper and crew. We found either driving position, sitting or standing, comfortable with an unobstructed view forward. There is stowage underneath the seat module, and just when we thought we’d seen it all, our representative from Chaparral clicked a latch and swiveled the entire seating pod to parallel the starboard gunwale. Now there was wraparound seating from starboard midship across the stern and up the portside gunwale.