Another new example of the aft beam that disappeared. The Mcconaghy 49. There is a kind of fence there, but between the fact that there appears to be no shear transfer between it and the hulls, and its complex shape, I’m sure it has no structural use. The aft connective has to be tucked into the bridgedeck. Again, when you reduce beam height, the strength and stiffness goes away exponentially. Magical must mean much heavier. With enough carbon and enough money, you can do almost anything magical. I prefer efficient engineering to magical. Will also be tough to drag a crashed board up with a halyard at that angle.