Majestic, sporty and streamlined, comes a new Riva. But this is not the classic jewel that the shipyard has accustomed us to, because this is the largest Riva ever built, the Riva 54 Metri.
Already in the making, this aluminum masterpiece sets new standards on the luxury front, stealing the crown from the previous model, the Riva 50, thus defining new ambitions for all those who dream by looking to the iconic shipyard. A symbol of the ‘Dolce Vita’ and Italian savoir faire, Riva thus churns out a new and iconic creature, a 54-meter complete with spa, gym, swimming pool and 370 square meters of open space…
Riva 54 Metri – the largest Riva ever built
Born, like all recent projects, from a collaboration between Officina Italiana Design, the Strategic Product Committee and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, the new Riva 54 Metri is an exceptional creation, enhanced by monumental proportions made light and elegant by sporty, streamlined lines, daughters of a Nautical tradition now more than 180 years long. But let’s take a closer look at what we know, so far, about yet another masterpiece of the Made in Italy.
A superyacht with unparalleled DNA. Little else can more succinctly define this new creation from Riva, a giant designed to provide its guests with an on-board experience based on extreme relaxation and comfort.
In fact, Riva 54 will welcome each of its guests in generous spaces, complete with wellness area, comfort zones, and about 370 square meters of open-air spaces, complete with swimming pools, lounges, and lounges. Already the aft beach area alone, complete with retractable bulwarks, presents itself as an ideal place to relax, replete with chaise lounges, sea terraces and an open-air pool. But similar spaces are scattered all along the di decks, divided on as many as three different levels.
Turning to the volume and performance front, the new superyacht features lines with a strong family feeling, in harmonious continuity with the charm of the brand’s various models. In fact, it also brings back the more classic stylistic features of the shipyard’s most recent production, such as the use of chiaroscuro, in an interplay of light and materials along the hull, or the typical curvature of the windows, a key element also in the visual lightening of the volumes.
In terms of construction, on the other hand, already underway at Riva Superyacht Division in Ancona, this 54 m will be made of aluminum, limiting overall weights as much as possible. In terms of performance, however, preliminary data predict maximum speeds of 18 knots. To know for sure, we will have to wait for its launch, scheduled for 2025, when this first Riva 54 will be delivered to its buyer.
For more information, visit the official websites www.riva-yacht.com