E100 all the way bro....
Seriously, that is one of the hills where it would be great to have a 2-ski quiver. They get dumps (which can be epic) and due to lower elevation, the snow can be heavier than elsewhere in the state. I would recommend a 2-ski quiver; something for those hardpack days, and something for new snow.
My experience has been that something 85-90mm underfoot is just about perfect for the 'Boat when there isn't much new snow to be had. Stormrider 88 is a great choice. I was there on a somewhat off-piste ski on both of my past 2 trips (MX88 from Kastle, 88mm ski from Dynastar) and found that to be a great width, in that I was skiing some fresher crud in the AM, skiing skied out trees and bumps in the PM. The 88mm type width is great when you are in those mid-day bumps and crud fields.
Some good skis to consider:
Fischer Motive 86ti/Ranger 90
Stockli Stormrider 88/Scale
Head Monster 88
Rossi EXP88 (not as stiffish as the 100)
Once you get a storm, it all changes. Again, stay away from "charger" skis as the Boat has some tight trees. Something mid-flex is a great choice for new snow. There are a ton of good skis out there, but the ones I know best that would definitely work:
Rossi Soul 7 (if you want something softer/more supple)
Kastle BMX105 (similar, more refined)
Kastle BMX105 HP (more solid at speed, powerful, easy to ski)
Stockli Stormrider 107 (huge sweet spot, supple, quick, easy to turn, confidence-inspiring