The deck has flush-deck hatches, an open stern and dual helm with integrated composite columns. While at sea, the carbon gangway is installed aft, as a bench for the skipper. The system for the anchor, which comes out under the hull, is a further evolution of the systems already used on the Vismara 78’ and Baltic 66’, but optimised for smaller craft, with greater reliability and easier use. The need to integrate fittings and structure, together with that for a refined, elegant and modern style both above and below deck, has led to research into the use of materials and colours that will create a warm, welcoming feel in an atmosphere created using composite materials, inspired by regatta vessels. The furniture units made in painted composite materials are applied with “jointed” supports; the difference between the structure of the boat and the furnishings is highlighted with different colours. The interiors are perfectly symmetrical, with 2 stern cabins, each with a small bathroom. Amidships is the module for the engine room / entrance steps, for maximum concentration of weight, the galley – course plotting area – dinette are also symmetrical and linear, while in the bow is a master cabin with bathroom. The boat is built in GRP composite, vacuum impregnated with epoxy resins and baked at 65°.