The interiors include a master cabin in the bow, with central double bed and large bathroom. The stern area is dedicated to guests, with two double cabins and a second, shared bathroom. The dinette is cozy with its two sofas – a U-shaped one on the port side, with dining table, and an L-shaped sofa on the starboard side. The galley and course plotting area are opposite one another, on the port and starboard sides of the main entrance respectively. The surfaces of the furnishings and bulkheads in composite are faced in teak veneer and the overall design aims to create a warm, welcoming environment with a linear, modern design. The furniture is built in sandwich board and is structural. Cruising needs are favoured by the lightness of the boat’s displacement and the high-level performance under sail and engine power. The refined appendages, the lines of the hull and the sail plan are all perfectly matched by the sophisticated materials and construction techniques: the hull and deck are made on male moulds and laminated with epoxy resin over unidirectional E glass fabrics with Kevlar reinforcements in the points subjected to the greatest stress or impact, impregnated in a vacuum at 0.65 Atm and post-cured at 60° C for 12 hours. Displacement is 6,000 kg, for approx. 2,500 kg ballast in the end bulb, which is in 4% antimony lead. Even the technique used to lay the teak on the deck and in the cockpit has taken the need to save weight and provide lasting coverage into account, leading to the choice of vacuum bonding with epoxy resin.