However, this craft was not designed with just racing in mind, but, interpreting I.R.C. regulations and philosophy, it has been fitted out with 3 comfortable cabins, two of which are double, in the stern, with a shared bathroom in the centre, under the entrance and a large master cabin with twin beds and a bathroom in the bow. The layout is in the typically symmetrical style of Vismara and has doors and convertible compartments for totally open interior spaces, creating a genuine “Loft“. The styling of the high-tech fittings, made in painted composites, includes areas with exposed carbon and coloured plastics in such a way that structural elements are divided from fittings while keeping all furnishings with a structural function self-supporting to achieve the maximum lightness and rigidity in the hull. The graphics and colours of this craft are the work of architect, Guido Spadolini, who is also the owner.