Sharp, clean lines and a contemporary colour scheme of metallic silver, black and white characterise her exterior styling from Alberto Mancini, who also designed her original 28.7m/94.2ft concept.
A fold-down swim platform ensures that guests have plenty of space for sunbathing beside the water and there are sun loungers to be found along the main deck aft that overlook glass balustrades for uninterrupted views. The area beneath the flybridge overhang hosts a sizeable forward-facing C-shaped sofa and two drinks tables for casual after-dinner drinks. The foredeck provides more alfresco dining and sunbathing opportunities, with a sunbed spread across the area in front of the pilothouse and two chaise-loungers with large tables placed on the bow to port and starboard.
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The flybridge is accessed via a central staircase on the main deck aft. The sheltered space is covered by a hardtop and a chaise-lounger is placed to port and another C-shaped sofa with two square tables for drinks and alfresco dining. The helm controls are forward to port, leaving room for a sofa-sunbed opposite.
The muted interiors from Francesco Guida draw inspiration from natural materials and create a harmonious interior environment that doesn’t detract from the surrounding seascape. The glass-sided winter garden blurs the boundaries between interior and exterior space, allowing guests to dine in the elements or enjoy greater shelter in less clement weather. Outer panels can be raised for greater privacy or lowered for more natural light.
Another glass sliding door leads into the interior salon. Within, a coffee table and curving sofa follow the starboard wall, adjacent of which is a cabinet that conceals a state-of-the-art TV.
The lower deck hosts the four guest en-suite cabins, which include a full-beam Master suite, two double cabins and a twin cabin. The crew accommodation and galley are placed behind, with the engine room and spacious tender garage in the stern.