The tweaks have been subtle but, taken as a whole, significant. Perhaps the biggest change is the way the boat is put together: Thanks to resin-infused molding, Corecell foam core and the judicious use of carbon fiber in high-load areas, the MK II is both lighter and stiffer than its predecessor. There are more windows, and larger ones at that. LEDs, pulpit seats, a Harken Battcar mainsail system, paddleboard lockers, a standard gennaker, Varifold folding props and 57-horsepower diesels with saildrives are all new features. Plus there have been upgrades and refinements to the boarding ladder, the sliding door separating the cockpit and saloon, and the very nifty boom extension — basically a crane built into the spar — that’s employed to raise and stash a hard-bottomed RIB.