But if you’re buying this boat, you’re most likely wondering how it handles a crowd. During our test runs, we had two passengers stretched out in the bow lounge, nestled against the forward-facing backrests. Neither passenger obstructed the view from the console seating in the main cockpit, especially important at the helm. For the driver, the independent flip-up bolster made it easy to decide between standing or sitting, and the dash proved easy to read from either angle. The DTS throttle made for seamless shifting, and the optional joystick system rendered close-quarters handling a nonissue.