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Riva 75' Venere

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  1. Yacht News

    Yacht News YF News Editor

    Mar 29, 2006
    Measuring in at just under 23M, the Riva Venere is light and swift. She is able to attain top speeds in the region of 32 knots. This is possible with the 2 X MTU 10V 2000 M93's aboard. However, this yacht is as much about speed as it is about luxury.

    With a Length overall of 75.6 feet and a maximum beam of 18.8 feet, the Riva 75 Venere is not the largest yacht out there. Yachts do not have to be excessively large to share a wealth of luxurious interiors and accomodations.

    Her physical appearence is striking. When one takes a look at the 75, there is a sense of sleekness and a sporty design. She is short and fast and commands the attention. Her hull boldly grabs the attention with a deep and dark hull. Meanwhile the superstructure contrasts with a splash of white.

    The foredeck offers stunning views while at speed or at rest. There are sunpads located on the foredeck superstructure and a relatively uncluttered deck where one could ease on the staninless.steel railings. Moving further aft, one would encouter the navigation windshield that stretches back into the forward roof. This flow of uninterrupted glass is sure to provide commanding views as well as a bounty of natural light to the interior.

    Moving further aft, one would find the saloon of the Riva. Bold windows bound the sides to allow great views and light while relaxing and entertaining whom you desire. The Saloon is dominated by light cream colour accompanied by rich browns. Loosely fitted modern furniture sits in this area to welcome any guests.

    One can exit the saloon and make their way to the aft on the exterior where ample seating and a wooden table to enjoy a converation or simply sip a cocktail. One deck up via the starboard side stairs will take you to the open flybridge. Open air seating under the radar arch and the control station are situated there.

    Here are brief statistics for the Venere:

    Loa = overall length (standard ISO 8666) 75 ft. 6 in.
    Lh = Hull length (standard ISO 8666) 74 ft. 7 in.
    Lg = waterline length, boat fully laden 62 ft. 8 in.
    Max. beam 18 ft. 8 in.
    Depth under propellers (boat fully laden) 6 ft. 1 in.
    Displacement unladen 101,413 lbs.
    Displacement laden 119,050 lbs.
    Max.number of persons on board 20

    For more on the Riva 75 Venere, visit the builder's website at:

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