The interiors are perfectly symmetrical and modular, a fact that works in favour of light weight, longitudinal rigidity as well as simplifying construction. The furnishings are made with sandwich panels veneered in Tanganyka walnut, with carbon tops that occupy the bottom part of the boat, leaving the hull exposed. The pairing of these materials, with “exposed” treatment, and specific colour solutions to finish the furnishings, has created a modern, light and airy atmosphere. The division of space is optimum for a 45’, with master cabin plus bathroom in the bow and two more double cabins in the stern, which share a central bathroom. The large dinette with galley and course plotting area, is located amidships and set out symmetrically. The sail plan sums up the very latest concepts in “easy sailing”: it has a carbon mast with spreaders angled slightly aft, without flying rigs and slightly fractional, and a large batten main, so as to obtain efficient performance and simple manoeuvres with a smaller crew as well as easier cruise use. The deck features a large cockpit with two wheels and comfortable benches, plus a sleek, low deckhouse.