Even in the flesh, Carrera maintains an air of superior strength, purpose and power-less Porsche and more Lamborghini Diablo. The hard edges that establish her character in the drawings soften in their three-dimensional iteration, as though wind and water eroded them. The decks are a desert of teak, slightly cambered to shed solid water quickly. Nothing grows here-no winches, raised hatches, cleats, vents, genoa tracks, pad eyes or other excrescences. Even the headsail's curved traveler hides in a recess in the foredeck. The look is becoming a trend, as more and more big boats have clutter-free decks, but remember: Wally was first.