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News: Riva Reveals Riva 56'

Discussion in 'Riva News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Feb 7, 2017.

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  1. Riva Introduces Riva 56 model
    The Riva 56 model has been revealed ahead of time by the Italian manufacturer Riva at the BOOT Dusseldorf. The yacht is actually planned to be launched in late Spring by Riva but the design got an early showing to the public at the 2017 edition of the BOOT. The new vessel is already in build at the Sarnico yard and will make its debut before the end of the spring, joining the fleet that includes some icons of the yachting world, from the Aquariva Super to the more recent Rivamare. The yacht has a completely new hull form and brings the most popular technical and design choices on board, as well as innovative features and elements offering even higher levels of comfort than those that have highlighted the success of Riva yachts over the last three years.
  2. The design is the work of Officina Italiana Design and Riva is known for the use of premium high-end materials in the build and finishing processes. Expect materials like high gloss mahogany adorning the interiors to the natural teak of the exteriors, the lacquered finishes and stainless steel, mirrors, glass and leather to encompass the Riva 56. On the exterior you will find large glazed windows running along the hull with flush portholes, aggressive metallic colours on the exteriors (the first vessel will be in Shark Grey) and opulent detailing in stainless steel and wood. A seamless windshield protecting the superstructure will complete the aerodynamic profile, a true masterpiece of engineering and design.
  3. The standard layout offers two guest cabins and three bathrooms, with a dinette, galley and crew cabin with separate access. The master cabin amidships has an en-suite bathroom on the left side. The L-shaped dinette and galley are just as you go below deck, featuring mirrored surfaces and a vast amount of storage compartments, plus fridge and TV. The glass hatch cover increases the natural light in the dinette. Forward is the VIP cabin and its many storage areas. The addition of a day head accessed directly from the dinette is an important benefit, as it makes it possible to exploit the full potential of the open for day cruises with several guests who can use this facility without having to enter the master or guest cabins. The crew cabin has a single bunk and head, with separate access from a hatch in the cockpit, concealed by the dormeuse. It can be substituted with a third guest cabin on request. Power comes via a pair of MAN 1000 horse power engines. There is also the option to have slightly more powerful MAN 1200 horse power engines if requested.

    For more information:

    Ferretti S.p.A,
    via I. Bandiera 62,
    47841 Cattolica

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