I saw this boat posted to Craig's List in Portland: Wilderness Systems composite touring convertible SOT/SINK
It looks to be composite with a SOT cockpit covered by what looks like a SINK convertible top, very much like the Pacific Star
design I came across a few months ago. However, the cockpit and top seems much better designed. Yet, like the Pacific Star SOT, the SINK top makes for a rather high coaming, which is a little concerning. Also, since the cockpit size of the top is so small, it might be hard to re-enter solo, requiring a paddle-float re-entry, negating the major benefit of a SOT. (This would probably also hold true for a Skua ARX for that matter, though the Skua's top cockpit rim seemed significantly bigger as it appeared in the photos.) The SINK top has pronounced moulded shapes for the legs which would make for good bracing and rolling when the top is on. The boat also appears to have a rather flat bottom with little rocker. Additionally, it has a long keel like a canoe might have. So, I would be concerned about its maneuverability and its ability to handle large waves. I would assume this hull design was to appeal to those wanting stability and tracking in calm to moderate conditions.
If it had good drainage in the cockpit, and the top had a secure attachment system, it might still be worth a trip to Portland to check it out.
Anyone know what this is and anything about it? They want $1000 for it, which seems like a lot for an older boat with an oddball specialty design. I guess being a recognized popular US brand helps.