If the standard model envisaged construction of the hull and deck in cutting-edge composites, using sandwich laminates on an epoxy matrix, for this model, technology has gone even further, using a special, advanced press for all lamination work. The bulkheads and panels of the structural interiors will be built using this press, with sandwich laminates veneered with wood. This type of production means a significant reduction in weight compared to the classical method. Baltic Yachts is the only boatyard to use this technique. There will be an increase in draught from 3.6 to 3.8 m, which means that the keel bulb can be made lighter but at the same time, stability will be increased. As far as the interior layout and style are concerned, the owner has opted for a modern, clean-cut look with painted panels in place of wood. This choice has also meant a reduction in weight, so the boat offers even better performance.