Award-winning ride from the C. Raymond Hunt-designed SeaV2 hull, created using a series of wedges (no rounded shapes). No two places on the keel carry the same deadrise. Amidships, it features a 30-degree angle. At the transom, the 20-degree incline and wide chines provide stability at rest and while trolling.
"Check the spray coming off a SeaV2 hull," says David Neese, vice president of engineering. "You can actually see three bow wakes in smooth water. That's the individual deflectors working. This is the reason SeaV2 hulls are drier running than boats with rounded sections that blow spray past the strakes and chines and into the cockpit."
The deck design of this express allows for more space in the cabin (6 feet 2 inches of headroom), making roomy accommodations for five people to overnight. A spacious two-person V-berth lies at the bow, a full-size aft berth sleeps two more, and a midship berth offers room for a fifth.
A great floor plan belowdecks that is light, well ventilated, and air conditioned. The vessel also features a six-gallon water heater and 44-gallon water tank for the separate head and shower.