The central section of the cockpit also offers a variety of modular solutions, including the possibility, for example, of electrically extending a table next to the two big facing sofas that are the main feature of the central lounge area. Two poufs are also hidden under the two tops/low tables at the end of the square area. They can also be joined together if needed to create a partition between the forward and stern sections of the cockpit. The same area also contains a hideaway cooking area that can be fitted with an induction hob, a teppanyaki griddle or a BBQ, according to the owner’s wishes.
The helm station also has a minimalist design, consisting of one big curved surface, made from elm in the case of the first unit but fully customisable (carbon fibre or various types of wood), containing two 12-inch touchscreens, the steering wheel, the joysticks to manoeuvre the Volvo IPS engines and the other navigational instruments. The helm seat hides a 140 liter capacity refrigerator fitted with convenient sliding racks
The entire cockpit area can be shaded from the sun by the carbon T-Top, consisting of a fixed central unit 4 meters by 3 and a sliding section that extends a further 1.5 m towards the stern, fully covering the six and a half meter breadth of the beach area (with the sidewalls extended), in conjunction with two extending side shades.