Below, the transom has the same sharp finish, curving outwards in a distinctive line that ends in a sharp point. The design is so thoughtful and balanced that you have to wonder if the interior could possibly meet the same high standards. Inside, the flavor is more American than European, with cream and chocolate paneling bordered by black and maroon trim. The fashionable Zebrano wood furniture adds a touch of texture to a neat and practical saloon. A dark wenge wood deck is on the same level as the teak of the cockpit but separated by a deep sill. Nuvolari and Lenard have done a great job with the rear saloon doors, creating a main access point through a hinged opening door to port but allowing the rest of the glass to be accordioned back. This allows the whole area to be opened up, making the saloon and cockpit one big playroom. When you're not underway, the transom settee can be moved back electrically, to create even more room in the cockpit.