Out on the foredeck there is room for a pair of chaise-longues, though dedicated anglers may opt against these for a more free-flowing dynamic up here. Also on offer is a twin-sized day-bed with a cushioned backrest, dry storage and a hidden livewell, while an in-deck coffin-box and two fish-boxes offer plenty of chilled storage space. Head all the way into the self-draining aft-cockpit via broad side-decks to encounter a mezzanine sofa, two optional flip-up GG Schmitt transom seats, a port-side dive door, a wash-down hose and padded coamings in sophisticated tan upholstery. You can also expect to find tournament-ready fishing features like Gemlux outrigger bases, recessed teaser reels, rocket launchers, up to 14 flush rod-holders in the gunwale and aft of the helm, a 210-liter transom livewell lined in Aristo Blue, a Hooker Sea Chest, tackle and rigging storage and capacious in-deck fish-boxes.
Situated behind a wrap-around Costa Clear windshield and underneath a floating T-top bustling with features, the helm boasts a trio of plush Release Marine seats with features like arm-rests and a sedate leather-effect finish providing plenty of room for the captain and a pair of companions. Expect to find goodies like a teak-helm pod with a power-assisted steering wheel on the dashboard, alongside Icom VHF, twin Garmin 17-inch MFD screens, Reactor 40 autopilot, bow thruster controls, digital gauges, a high-speed mounted compass, room for your fishing extras and options like the controls for a Seakeeper SK3 stabilizer. Hidden inside the helm console itself is an on-board head compartment with not only a toilet, a sink and a shower wand but extra storage space for your fishing gear.
This relatively narrow twin-stepped hull boasts a fine entry with a flared bow and double chines for a swift approach to propulsion and up to 15% better fuel-efficiency when compared to equivalent models. The hull also features a unique ventilated tunnel to aft for enhanced agility, while there are a range of engine options available to power this sporty vessel. Standard options include triple Mercury Verado outboards with up to 450 points of raw horsepower, triple Yamaha 300HP motors or twin Yamaha 425HP engines. Go straight down the middle and opt for the triple Mercury 400s to experience top speeds edging over the 60 knot mark, while competitive cruising speeds and a fuel tank holding 470 gallons promise long-distance voyages of around 350 nautical miles with plenty left in reserve.