Hard to put a price on relaxation, but an integrated skid-resistant swim platform and power options up to 220 hp are an attractive start on the "must have" list. Standard embellishments include stainless steel rubrail insert, deck hardware, cup holders and speaker grills. Add the options you want, like a Roswell wakeboarding tower or tinted sport windshield. Finish your list with standard bucket seats with flip-up bolsters, Sony stereo and MP3/iPod input jack, and know that you've invested wisely. At Larson, we love boats. The way they look, how they work, and the act of actually putting them together. That's why we don't settle, or cut corners on any aspect of the process. From the materials we choose to the methods we use, we follow exacting standards of quality. This allows us to build better boats while controlling costs. And that, in a nutshell, is how we define “value.” That combination of craftsmanship, commitment and honest value is how it's always been at Larson. Which is why, year after year, we've received recognition and awards – from the boating industry and press, for customer satisfaction, and for environmental stewardship. But after all is said and done, our biggest reward is the feeling you get when you take your new Larson out for the first time. Virtual Engineered Composites, or VEC®, is a patented, proven process that allows for efficiency and precision unobtainable by traditional fiberglass molding techniques. The VEC® process replaces the traditional open-molding process with a computer-monitored, closed-mold system that produces complex fiberglass parts of defined thickness and strength.