A good deal of the design has been influenced by the experience of predecessors Superbaltic 78 and Baltic 87 Deck House, the first characterised by its hi-tech content with an eye to achieving maximum performance and the second by technical solutions aimed at achieving sailing comfort. The composite material construction, with hull in carbon and glass and deck covered entirely in carbon, allows a notable saving in weight terms and even better performance, with speeds of up to 12 knots under motor power, but also increased reliability, durability and easy repairs. The retractable fin keel, with lock pistons for its positions, means draught can be reduced from 4.20 to 2.70 m, while the water tanks (3,000 litres) and fuel tanks (2,000 litres) offer wide margins of autonomy for longrange use. The deck features a very short deckhouse ending aft of the mast to leave the bridge free. Comfortable living space on deck is also assured by a large cockpit for guests and sunbathing area. The anchor system is on the cutting edge, with the anchor retracting into the bow without retracting arms and without any obstruction on deck.