Friday, August 19

Glamorous New Riva 76 Heading to Cannes

Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr +

The new, elegant and glamorous Riva 76 Bahamas Super yacht, with a cool cantilevered sunroof, will make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival starting Sept. 6.

This Riva 76 has a glossy hull in what the Italian builder calls a Shark Grey color with Bright Black accents. And new glazing gives the Riva a distinctive look, while providing the lower accommodations deck with lots of natural light.

The yacht has three cabins and three heads, plus a crew cabin with its own head. Standard power is twin 1,550-hp MAN diesels, with a top speed of 32 knots and a range of 320 nm. Optional 1,800 MANs produce 37 knots. The engines are mounted under the cockpit with V-drive transmissions.

The Riva’s patented convertible top lets you decide whether you want an open or protected ride. At the touch of a button, the top that shelters the helm swings forward to cover the foredeck and the large lounge seating area there.

The cockpit and the main helm deck are all on the same level. The helm is on the starboard side, protected by a large wraparound windshield. A long dining table and seating are aft of the helm, with a bar and another lounge to port.

The cockpit houses a large sun pad for lounging, plus aft-facing seating. High sides provide protection underway.

The Riva is a social yacht; it can hold up to 16 people. Below, the master stateroom is full-beam amidships, with a centered bed and lots of walking-around space. A settee is to starboard, and there’s a large en suite head.

The VIP cabin is forward, with a double bed and an en suite head. The third cabin, with twin beds, is a bit aft to starboard with access to the day head. A sliding door opens to the galley, also on the starboard side. A dinette/seating area is to port.

Riva is part of the Ferretti Group.

LOA: 76’3”; Beam: 18’10”; Draft: 6’4” ; Disp.: 115,301 lbs.; Fuel:1,479 gals.; Water: 221 gals.; Power: 2×1,550-hp MAN diesels. Read more at http://riva-yacht.com and see the video below:

 

Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail
Share.

About Author

Leave A Reply