Rigged with a 150 hp Mercury FourStroke outboard, our test model put up impressive performance numbers, topping out at 48 mph at 5,200 rpm. It took 3.3 seconds to hop onto plane en route to an 8.3-second sprint to 30 mph. But anglers looking to go out in rougher conditions will appreciate that it holds plane at 2,500 rpm and 16 mph. (Note: We recorded 18.6 mph at 2,500 rpm during our sea trial due to the driver’s trimming for optimal performance.) The full protective windshield keeps away the wind and spray. Once the crew reaches the honey hole, the anglers aboard will appreciate the bow casting deck with a built-in 17-gallon livewell. The aft jump seats fold down to create a second casting deck at the stern, complete with its own 17-gallon livewell. A total of six seat bases means you can move the pedestal seats around so anglers can stand or sit to their liking. The in-sole rod locker between the consoles holds up to six rods and can be locked while the boat is unattended, keeping your gear safe.