The combination worked beautifully for us offshore of Boca Raton, Florida. The positive control of the drives was reassuring as we navigated the tricky Boca Raton Inlet. In seas, we tucked the drives in at 30 knots and whipped the helm left and right, enjoying its ability to hold turns, stay on plane and come out of the turns without prop slip or ventilation. We noted too the hull’s ability to cleave seas. One would think that in a vessel with so much on board, a cabinet door, a latch or a hinge might rattle, but none did. We quietly crushed the rollers.