The deck and the stern section have been modified to create living areas and a sun deck as well as a compartment to house the tender in the stern. The helm area has also been redesigned, without altering the technical and instrumentation part and therefore, integrating the new dinette/galley area with existing structures. In the same way that all of the interiors use the existing composite bulkheads to divide spaces, new furnishing elements are structurally integrated or bound to the hull and bulkheads. For styling to be correct and in line with the craft, exposed composite materials such as carbon or Kevlar were used, going back to concepts and techniques previously adopted on the Vismara 43 Open “Koala Hi-Tech”, whose “racer” version suggested the idea of using composite material as a furnishing elements. Lightness, simplicity and luminosity are characteristics of this project, achieved and enhanced with colours including metallic paint and technical upholstery.