The Xc 38 comes with a futuristic Navistation and chart table, plus two wheels to steer the rudder. I found out that two wheels are pretty standard on racing yachts nowadays. That’s because, when you’re “hard into the wind” (meaning when you’re at top speed and the wind causes the boat to lean heavily to one side), you can use the wheel that’s on the highest side. This lets you sit higher up so that you can see the jib sail in front. Plus it also allows you to counterbalance the lean of the boat with your weight.