Pistrice has rounded sections with a low wetted surface and limited but not completely abolished rake. Displacement is medium-light, also to allow the interior to be fitted out without affecting trim. This was a cutting-edge craft for 1992 in terms of construction materials (unidirectional Kevlar fibres and glass S on a core of termanto and epoxy resin), and lamination procedure under vacuum on a male mould followed by post-curing in an oven at 55° C for 16 hours. The bulb is lead and antimony and weighs 2,100 kg, the square section tiller is in Kevlar and epoxy, laminated under vacuum. The deck has a racing layout, even if the long deckhouse and the helm station with wheel show attention to piloting the craft in cruise conditions. The cockpit is large, without wave guard or benches, even if the winch area is slightly raised compared to the deck and this makes it easier to use the ergonomics of the rig. Moreover, the bottom contains a large, comfortable peak.