The scene at Harbour Towne Marina was reminiscent of a Discovery Channel special on worker bees, and this was an active hive. In every direction that I looked I saw both large and small vessels on the hard and in various states of refit and repair. The air was full of the sound of wheels grinding away and hi-los moving about as a wickedly sunny, hot, early south Florida morning unfolded. In the neatly arranged slips that outline this massive Dania Beach, Florida, facility, a cadre of new boats waited like beauty queens longing to hear their names called. With so many choices for my eyes to see and my brain to register, I was bordering on a blissful state of boat-watching overload. But then one craft caught my full attention, the Cranchi M40 ST.