The hull has been optimised to fall in with the latest trends, meaning comfort and performance. Stern exits are tight and low on the water, in expectation of planing speeds, even when sailing under engine power. The gentle passage over the waves is guaranteed by slimmer bow sections and a maximum beam that has been set further back. Unidirectional E glass fabrics and epoxy resins have been used in the construction, with carbon reinforcements for floors and halyards, vacuum impregnated at 0.65 atm and post-cured at 60 degrees for 12 hours on male moulds. The sail plan is next-generation with generously sized mainsail and jib at 110%, code 0 and gennaker. The theme of the project is the concept of “fast and easy sailing”, leading to a deck plan which is extremely “clean“ and simple, where all of the rig runs under the deck inside ducting, sunk into the sandwich board, and is sent to the stern to the only two electrical winches near the helm station. In fact, from this position it is possible to manoeuvre the halyards and the genoa sheet, while the mainsail, which is fixed tack, is adjusted via a “Magic Trim” situated inside the boom.