As with the bowrider, most daycruisers have the option of canopy foer the cockpit. This is a very nice feature when you meet bad weather or need to warm up if the temperature drops. Check the design of the canopy; how easy is it to assemble and de-assemble it, how much time do I use, how is it stored, is it high enough for you to stand uprised?
The daycruiser should also be a warm and pleasant place to stay when you are docked and the darkness falls. A good tip is to take a look at how the lights on the boat is when its dark, and how it looks. Is the lights in the cabin pleasant, is the cockpit well illuminated?
Enough storage space for luggage, while at the same time being easy to handle is important for all the storage solutions on a daycruiser. Here the designs are different. Take a close look at the solutions on the boats you are evaluating. And again think of your use; is it enough to have sufficient space for daytrips or do you need space for a longer stay at sea?
Depending on the size of your daycruiser, you might have access to double battery setup. This is beneficial for you, as the fridge, stereo, navigation and charging outlets will use electricity from the service battery, while you save the start battery. This is a good thing if you chose to stay 2 days out on the sea.
The modern navigation systems have made it much safer and easier to naviagate on the sea. In some daycruisers you can fit 2 screens, in others 1 screen. There are also a rapid development pace in this area, and for many boats you are now able to control the whole vessel from the screen. Try to think of how you are using the boat and the needs you have with regards to navigation screens and instrumentation.