In turns, the optional power-assist SeaStar steering gave this 30-footer the cornering capability of a race car. Of course, I alerted Jones and TJ before I spun the boat, but I almost didn't have to. As the hull turned within about a boat length, I felt glued to the floor, experiencing very little outboard force. I turned to see a broad smile break over TJ's face. He lay down on the cockpit floor and asked me to spin it again.
The 30-06's cockpit offers 60 square feet of open space, a gracious plenty for multiple anglers fighting multiple fish. Sailfish also tucked in numerous fishing features while providing creature comforts and ample fuel capacity at 300 gallons.