Volumes and surfaces dimensions of the project show an absolute optimization of the indoor spaces, which beauty is reflected in the Italian design. Their liveability is even easier thanks to the sliding doors, the rounded edges of the furniture’s finishes, the linearity of the beds and the ease of the floors, almost without steps and differences in height.
The night area includes three cabins for a total of six guests. Moreover, the fourth aft cabin can host both an expert sailor and a guest, thanks to the en suite toilet, the finish level, the liveability of the spaces and the independence.
Thanks to the numerous sliding elements, the on board areas are such versatile that they can offer three spatial solutions for cooking, for lunch and sunbathing. All the spaces are fully exploited.
While the inner kitchen has a dishwasher, oven, cabinets for provisions and fridge with freezer (total 217 l), the living area offers a continuous sea landscape view. This area is separated from the galley thanks to an electrical sliding glass.
In the outdoor spaces, there are three different sunbathing areas. An electrical privacy sunshade offers protection from prying eyes.
From a structural stairway, you can have access to the fly area that hosts a main sofa with dining room table, a side sofa and a further sunbathing with three single reclining backrests. In addition, the wet bar includes sink, BBQ grill, icemaker and fridge: a chance to use the outdoor space as a lunch area.
The comfort marks also the space for the captain, whose driving seats (internal and fly ones) can have the double adjustable and reclining seat.