Two years ago, one of the coolest day boats ever conceived hit the water. The Evo 43 was different, with a stealth look that included a vertical bow and open transom. But the big breakthrough was its Transformer-like stern, which opened outward to give 40 percent more deck space. It even had a section of stairs at the rear that lifts up to 270 degrees, allowing for easy access to the cockpit from high docks. The Evo WA, a new walkaround version, has turned the foredeck into a usable area, with easy access, while the 43 retains its “XTension” foldout stern. Twin Volvo 435 hp IPS engines give a top speed of 40 knots, with a cruising speed of 32 knots. The Evo WA will do a tour around the Mediterranean this summer, but it will make its public debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.