Here’s a closer look. You’ve deduced that this is a catamaran, which means buckets of stability and a lot less drag than a single-hulled boat of the same size. You’ve also figured out that the DC means dual console, so this is a bowrider on steroids, but with a nearly 13-foot beam. Like a bowrider, there are two consoles with a center walkway, which can be closed off with a really slick sliding (not a clunky folding) windshield panel, plus a lower door. Unlike most bowriders, there’s room for two people to sit comfortably behind the helm on the electrically controlled bench-style seat, and another two can sit opposite, all thanks to the wide beam.