This craft’s sleek styling speaks to her power with a striking reverse sheer to the deck, and the stern lies quite low in the water. A small hardtop pod merges cleanly into the deck with an extended shelter at the rear end to allow some cockpit sun protection. At the portside helm, I got a clear view of expansive, uninterrupted foredeck that stretches out in front like an aircraft carrier’s flight deck. A three-person, racing-type bolster seat gives good support, but handholds for the passengers would have been appreciated. Since this is a custom build, I’m sure Otam would add them for you. The dashboard is compact with a large optional Furuno display (Raymarine electronics are standard) flanked by the Cat engine displays, and below, a row of switches includes the power trim (see: drive adjustments) and trim tabs (noted as flaps on the panel). Displays show the setting of the drives, but there is nothing for the tabs. I’d ask the company to add it.