The layout of the interiors has three cabins, of which two queensized cabins in the stern with extra foldaway bunks with tubular frames and a third cabin in the bow end with twin beds. There are two bathrooms: amidships and bow. The services and systems are concentrated in a real engine room that can be inspected easily and allows for suitable weigh concentration which contributes to the best trim and stability for the boat. The furniture style includes exposed carbon fittings such as the table tops, kitchen tops, bathroom washbasins, and the shelves behind the sofas. To save on weight, to serve the aesthetics and considering the sporting use of the vessel, the dinette and cabins will not have wall cabinets and the hull will be left exposed and painted with textured paint, The deck is fitted out for racing with free rig on deck, except for the mainsail sheet, which is sunken and concentrated in the spacious cockpit that has been studied to allow easy control of the rig. The carbon halyards are structural.