A three-screen nav layout makes a lot of sense, with the radar and chart on two of the screens and the monitoring and control of the boat systems on the third. Ferretti has developed its own system for this third screen, and this gives touch-screen control for the electrical, fuel and water systems on board as well as for the safety features. There is no sense of tradition here-the test boat was also equipped with a bowthruster and Ferretti's gyro-controlled anti-rolling system, which was very effective. You cannot get much more up-to-date than that. Another break with tradition could be seen in the windshield, which comprises two deeply curved areas of glass that each cost close to $10,000-probably more expensive than the original lobster boats of Maine.