Two helm chairs come with flip-up bolsters and fold-down armrests. Two tiers of footrests at the base of the console let you brace your legs. An optional Garmin GPSMAP 7610xsv multifunction display flush-mounts nicely on the helm panel. An optional inward-opening dive door on the port side helps you land big fish or just board more easily. Our 262 came with the Scarab Offshore Package, which includes MarineMat decking at the helm, in the forward rod locker and at strategic points along the gunwales to protect fishing reels. You also get a tri-tone gelcoat scheme and special graphics. Powered by twin Mercury 275 Verado outboards, the 262 Fisherman achieved a top speed of 57.4 mph. Cornering at high speed proved predictable, the deep-V hull rode smoothly, and close-quarter maneuverability was superb thanks to the Mercury power steering and digital throttle and shift.