WE SAY With its open layout, seating for 16, and acres of transom lounge, Bennington’s 25 GSBA vies for high honors at the sandbar or cove. Facing lounges adorn the bow. The consoles are set back quite a bit, limiting room in the stern but affording better hull balance and giving the bow seating a huge footprint. We admired the simply arranged dash atop the sweptback and curvaceous console, noting the presence of vital instrumentation and a digitally controlled Kicker sound system.
Aft, an aircraft-size transom lounge, upholstered in stitched Tuscan Dune and Perforated Firecracker colorcombination vinyl, features a reversible backrest. The seat hinges up to reveal a changing station, plus access to batteries. Note the Bennington logo plate at the base of the lounge. At the transom, we noted neat, clean routing of wiring