The wind slept in on the morning of our test ride, so about all we could prove under sail is that the sails could be rolled, furled, raised, and dropped. But as on its hybrid cousin, the 420 turbo is well set up for sailing. All control lines are led to a starboard-side raised helm station. Winches include a pair of standard self-tailing Harkens for the jib sheets and a self-tailing electric winch for the main. It would be safe to assume that this boat, with some breeze, would turn in a respectable performance, as does the Hybrid.