The project was something of an acid test for the two young Milan-based talents and they passed with flying colours. The hull has severe lines but exudes a harmonious elegance thanks to a sheer line that runs from stem to stern.
The interiors feature vast communal spaces totalling over 300 m2 spread across three decks. The 60 m2 sun deck has a mix of sun pads and loungers while the upper deck spans 155 m2. There’s also a large C-shaped sofa forward of the steering position with superb views plus an expansive sunning area aft on the main deck. Full-height windows wrap the spacious interiors too.
The main deck saloon’s dining area can be used either indoor or as a bridge to the exterior thanks to glass doors, shifting the saloon proper forward to make the most of the beam. The hull was engineered by Baglietto.