This new Rybovich 60, On Guard, shows the good sense of his approach. She not only looks right, with her trademark bridge rail, clean foredeck and moderately raked house, she looks like a Rybovich. What makes her different is her interior, which the owner essentially gave Hilliard a free hand in developing. He had one challenging request: to include windows in the house face. This is an uncommon feature on modern sportfishermen because owners usually opt for the additional stowage an unglazed house face allows. At 60 feet, On Guard is not pressed for stowage, and the natural lighting makes her saloon seem larger. This effect is complemented by an open saloon/galley arrangement with a wide granite galley counter and under-counter refrigeration. To reduce unnecessary weight, the granite counter is cored with honeycomb. Aft, a large U-shape leather sofa and coffee table are positioned strategically in front of a 42-inch plasma screen, part of a state-of-the-art audio-visual system hidden neatly in the cabinetry.