Now get your engineers to liminated the tankwell which inhibits touring and fishing, and I might buy an Adventure Island.
a. Eliminating the tankwell reduces your rear load CG by ~4". That ought to be significant design wise when combined with elimination of tankwell scupper holes.
b. I might have a place to put this fish!
Had it been an ahi might have lost some serious meat. As it was it was a close call geting back to ice this guy down.
You can recoup some engineering costs by selling an optional insulated fish bag for the interior space. It would double as a bag for long drives home. One just for auto transportaion purpose (yeah the Big Island is BIG) ran me $150. Except for a few south African yaks there are no yaks with fish box designs on the market And none with a spacious rear compartment.
You coughed up the Revo for inland waters & coastal fishing. Now give us a true ocean fishing yak.
Watertight interior storage should also appeal to long range tourers, the stated market for the Adventure on your web site.
Who do I write to in the design department?