Such an innovative project could only be redesigned from an aesthetic viewpoint. The deck and cockpit are faced in teak, the wheelhouse painted in light two-coloured metallic grey and the hull is painted in dark metallic grey. Classical materials and traditional colours have been left behind. All structural elements are made in composite and painted; the furniture has been built in bleached, oak ply panels and the different units are placed and applied to the composite with “jointed” supports so as to highlight the architectural divide between wood and composite material. The sides of the hull alongside the beds and behind the sofas in the dinette are faced in Titantex panels, as are the table and kitchen tops, while the interior upholstery is purple-red. The boat features various distinct design and development areas: The hull, derived from the ultra-modern Volvo 70’ features a reduced maximum beam, medium/light displacement and a high stability ratio as well as fine lines at the bow to guarantee a more comfortable passage over the waves and total sailing comfort.