Everything about the 420 is inviting, evidenced by two access doors located aft — one on the port side for boarding or boating large fish, the other on the transom, to starboard, to allow access for swimmers with the removable ladder. Next to catch my eye was the center console, with two rows of seating and air-conditioning vents serving both. The front row consists of three bolster-style seats with fold-down armrests. The center seat actuates electronically; the others rotate to face the rear. The second row, a leaning post that converts to a three-person bench, houses three tackle drawers, a 40-gallon pressurized aquarium-style livewell, and a bait-rigging station with sink that can be replaced with an optional summer kitchen with fridge and electric grill.