The Sabalo 27 was designed as a hybrid to slice waves and deliver a smooth, stable and dry ride. The deep-v bow entry has double strakes and reverse chines running aft to create lift and improve maneuverability. The reverse chines also deflect water down to keep occupants dry. A flat pad at the stern creates a stable running surface and allows the boat to operate efficiently with less horsepower. The transom is rounded so that water rolls off the sides in reverse instead of over the top. Her interior features a true self bailing cockpit (it does not drain into the bilge) with walk around gunnels and large rear deck that houses a 35 gallon livewell and two storage lockers (or 10 gal crab pots). Her anchor locker even features a built-in hanger for easy access. There are 5 lockers in the floor (besides the bilge). Two of them being large enough for rod storage, and the largest an insulated fish box. The spacious console has enough room for tons of electronics. Owners have the option of a adding a raised front deck with storage. There's even an option of adding a 65 gallon livewell/leaning post with integrated tackle center.