I headed to Port Aransas, Texas, along with Marlin freelance photographer Scott Kerrigan, where we met up with Spencer and Centurion skipper Capt. Pete Rae. At first glance, it's clear this boat is a departure from several current trends, starting with her transom and toe rail. While many builders, including Spencer, offer either genuine teak or a faux-teak painted finish on these surfaces, Centurion sports carbon fiber. It is a unique touch that looks great, with the additional benefits of being highly durable and virtually maintenance-free. It's also impossible to overlook the boat's standout hull color, a metallic blue-gray that shimmers in the sunlight. It's a custom Alexseal paint color appropriately named Centurion Blue, and it is striking.