The Salthouse exhibits no bow rise at all when you put the throttles forward, and it produces a very clean wake, denoting an efficient running surface design. At speed, I would categorize its turning ability as stately; put the wheel hard over and the boat turns, but not in what I would describe as a tight arc. Of course, I'd be willing to bet that with bigger engines and at higher speeds, turning would be improved for the same size rudders. All in all, the Salthouse 60 provides a comfortable, stable ride with remarkable roll stability. If you want a boat that makes you feel like you aren't moving, this is it.