Thanks to a particular exploitation of the volumes, the closed and open spaces seem aligned by the same size, making the experience on board enjoyable and comfortable. If you look at it from the stern, what is most striking is the large open area, actually open to bathing use but which can become a support surface for the service boat and any toys when sailing.On the other hand, if you look at it from the bow, the size of the bow area dedicated to the enjoyment of the boat, a multifunctional area capable of passing in a moment, thanks to a series of electric mechanisms, from a full sundeck area to double dinette. In the latter case, if desired, protected from the sun by a sail mounted on four carbon uprights, while the bulwarks that remain protective up to the extreme bow offer a considerable sense of security.The largest of the Bluegames, or if you want the smallest of the San-Lorenzo, brands to which the shipyard belongs today, continues to surprise even in the interiors that combine the open area with the living room and the master cabin that follows in the development of the boat towards the bow. A cabin, another originality, which develops over the entire beam and which benefits from a convertible lounge space, in the sense that with a few rapid structural movements it can become a comfortable third cabin equipped with a double bed or two beds side by side. Light dominates every area of the boat. The furnishings are very welcoming, with a fine presence of exposed wood that also extends to the toilets.
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