The center of operations is under an oversized T-top, oversized meaning everyone’s comfortably covered, and there’s room for outriggers, a rocket launcher, antennas, a FLIR camera, and radar on top as well as controls, VHF, and an engine status display underneath above the helm. The command center at the helm can accommodate two 24-inch displays, in this case, Garmin, along with controls for a bow thruster, Zipwake trim tabs, the JL Audio system, and Mercury controls with joystick. A SeaDek helm pad atop the dashboard keeps stuff from sliding around.
Two rows of heated, bolster seats are covered with Ultrafabric’s Coast fabric that resists moisture and UV rays. The second row is elevated to give passengers a great view, and grab rails, cupholders, and charging ports keep guests secure and devices charged.
Anchoring the T-top aft is an ingenious entertainment center. Open the countertop to reveal an organized tackle station with holders for line spools, tools, knives, and lures, as well as a cutting board. Open the second cover to access the sink and optional electric grill. Three storage drawers underneath hold accessories for fishing or cooking, and two Yeti pull-out 45-quart coolers are below and standard equipment. Nice.