The yacht has a sleek, aggressive profile that is the result of research into the style themes used on warships. The choice has fallen on a design line that favours balance between the hull and the superstructure, working on their respective proportions. A deep “V” hull guarantees seaworthiness. The prominent feature of the bow area is its perfectly vertical bow: one notes the high freeboard that contributes to the sleek feel of the hull while concealing the small rear deckhouse. The stern is completed with a dinette for 10 people and a very roomy sun deck. Access to interior areas is made easy with slideaway doors. A double aspect galley (towards the interior and the exterior) serves both dinettes at the same time as well as being handy as a bar unit. The helm station area has a twin seat which is centrally positioned for 180° vision while sailing. Behind it is a small sofa for two people and another large sofa nearby for even better conviviality between the skipper and guests. This area has 360° windows to make the most of natural light and offer maximum views of the sea. The interiors below deck consist of just two cabins. The large master cabin is located in the bow area and contains a vanity unit, TV unit, lots of wardrobe space and a double bed, behind which is a bathroom with large shower cubicle. The VIP cabin has two queen beds as well as direct access to the private bathroom. Crew quarters are located in the stern area, and can be accessed through the large hatch in the sun deck. There are two crew cabins with shared bathroom with shower. The engine room is located between the guest cabin and the crew quarters to offer maximum privacy and independence to the two areas. The aft door has compass opening so that it can also be used as a bathing platform as well as to facilitate manoeuvres for the tender, which can be up to 3.20 m in length.