We tested the 2700 courtesy of Triton's North Miami Beach dealer, Sunny Isles Marina. Our test day was relatively calm, but we found enough chop to convince us that the Triton is one solid ride. We ran the boat hard into the seas at every angle, but simply couldn't make it rattle, groan or pound. It tracked extremely well, was very responsive to throttle and trim, and the moderate transom deadrise made it quite stable at rest. It's a very well-balanced boat. With a pair of 225-hp Yamaha EFI two-strokes, the 2700 cruised at 43 mph at 4500 rpm. Wide-open it hit 53 mph at 5400 rpm.