She might be big, but the Singularis can cook when you pour on the ponies. With an approaching tropical storm and Oregon Inlet its usual hinky self, it was decided to run her in the Sound, where there was a 1- to 3-foot short chop that was never felt. The boat has a smooth, solid feel at speed; between Bayliss and her captain, Jerry Lanzerotti, I got a good idea of what she can do. Flat-out, the boat hit 38 knots, which is fast for any yacht, but it’s almost ridiculously fast at 90 feet. At 30 knots, the sheer size of the boat masks the feeling of speed, but she can cruise all day at 75 percent load burning 160 gph. Drop it down to 25 knots and consumption dips to 126 gph; back off a little more to 22 knots and she sips 92 gph. So she can run with the fast crowd, but can a sport-fisher this big dance with billfish? She sure can, and Bayliss wouldn’t have it any other way. Her moves were surprisingly nimble as Lanzerotti had her backing down at 9 knots, making maneuvers to port and back to starboard as if in pursuit.