All the seating tilts up on single-part hinges to access the roto-molded stowage below. It’s low-maintenance and, though left exposed as a way to reduce cost, boasts a near-seamless match to the vinyl color above. The attractive helm includes a bucket helm seat with flip-down armrests, Jensen stereo with two speakers, and analog gauge package. Though the Cambio can be had with our test boat’s Mercury 90 outboard for as little as $21,000, it’s tempting to upgrade. Two of the most useful options are a built-in, 24-gallon fuel tank and hydraulic steering, the latter of which greatly improves the boat’s manners. Our test boat was also optioned to include 25-inch-diameter pontoon tubes with lifting strakes, woven teak flooring, two additional speakers and a cockpit table. Cypress Cay also offers a simple changing room option, a curtained enclosure that can be attached below the Bimini top.