The 200- and 70-horsepower outboards provide asymmetrical outboard power—another groundbreaking feature—and let her run quietly and smoothly, with engines used in unison or individually. While the design replicates much of that used on the single-diesel inboard models, the starboard hull has no keel form or prop pocket. The hull shape at the bow still lets the boat run in balance: No helm correction is needed, and hands-free tracking is on par with our inboard design. The L107 is a big, open boat, ideal for day cruising and even longer excursions.
There is plenty of storage on the L107, and she comes with an outdoor galley complete with a fold-down table and seating, wraparound lounge seating in the bow and she even has an enclosed dayhead below. The bow seating can convert to a sleeping area with an optional canvas dodger. Additional options include: a radar arch with a large bimini over the helm, equipped with solar panels to provide both power and protection from the elements while under way, and an array of fishing configurations.