Speaking of clever, the coffin box looked pretty normal, until Stewart flipped a switch, hydraulically tilting the box to port for access to a storage locker below. Topped with a snap-on cushion and removable backrest, the coffin box did double-duty as a forward lounger. The center console was wide enough to shelter two healthy anglers, with a clear acrylic windshield to protect captain and co-pilot. Adorned with a T-top, the console was also rimmed by a recessed toe space (same for the seat and coffin box), and it featured a cozy, enclosed head with a step down to a permanent toilet and small sink. The electrical panel and battery switches are located here as well. You can order a front-entry console, which tournament anglers prefer for storing large balloons and helium tanks.