LS-10 / T-10
The first thing you notice when looking at the LS-10 is its dramatically different profile. Whereas the original had an IOR-style flush deck with stainless steel handrails flanking a cavernous companionway, the LS-10 has a bullet-shaped deckhouse, a la the Farr 40, that not only provides increased headroom but changes the entire character of the boat in one fell swoop. The LS-10 also comes with a surprisingly large transom swim step, which not only serves cruisers looking to take a dip, but is a genuine safety feature, given the Ten's high topsides. Down below This kind of smart desi...