Enhanced stability was the first priority. By widening the hull, reworking the chines and lowering the overall center of gravity, designers delivered a craft that is rock solid at rest, to the point where an adult can stand on the swim platform — or even in a footwell — and not tip the boat. Next, they enlarged that platform dramatically, offering up plenty of space to accommodate riders’ various wishes. Taking the concept one step further, designers also created a modular seat design, with a completely removable rear section that opens up yet more platform space. Finally, they reworked the conventional bow storage, creating a compartment that opens directly in front of a seated rider by allowing the entire handlebar assembly to act as the storage lid, lifting away from the deck and exposing the contents. Stretching awkwardly forward over the handlebars to reach items in the bow storage without going in the water or dunking that compartment’s contents is now just a memory. Easily accessing that storage, without ever getting out of the saddle, is the new reality.