Covered by the standard T-top, the helm on our test boat featured the optional 11-inch-by-4.5-inch touchscreen display ($3,667) that combines instrumentation with controls for the audio and lights, plus speed-control functions that are an additional $880 option. There are a pair of clear-plastic phone holders on the dash, and five USB ports that can be used to keep all devices charged. The T-top and seat-base tubing are finished in wrinkle-black paint, and there’s a ski-line tow point on the center of the T-top, accessible by unzipping an opening in the canvas shade. The center section of the elevated helm seat drops down to allow the captain to stand at the wheel, but the outboard sections are fixed, and the seat felt too close to the console for me. The front of the console opens and can be fitted with a portable head. Bottom cushions for the wraparound bow seating can all be removed, and two of those backrests can be placed here for forward-facing support. There’s dedicated stowage below the seats for two 36-quart coolers ($233).