Riva 110 Dolcevita Yacht

RIVA 110' Dolcevita

The RIVA 110' christened Dolcevita has been launched.

The design of the RIVA 110 was created by Officina Italiana Design. The planing yacht is currently the fiberglass flagship of the legendary Italian shipyard and offers a top speed of 26 knots, powered by two MTU engines.

The yacht welcomes up to 20 guests and offers sleeping places for up to 10 people. The traditional layout offers an owners’ area on the main deck forward and four guest cabins on the lower deck amidships. The crew cabins are forward.

The flybridge offers a C-shaped sofa, a bar, a fixed bimini for a shaded area and a sunbathing area aft.

Riva 110 Dolcevita Yacht

“For the largest Riva ship we have chosen the name of a time that is still endowed with sparkle and charm. The Dolce Vita as a truly Italian style indication, the happy combination where good construction and the good life come together. Cruising on this amazing 33 metre yacht is an aesthetic and emotional experience akin to the amazement felt by anyone watching the passing of the Rex, the famous cruise ship featured in the film Amarcord, another of Federico Fellini’s masterpieces -according to the Ferretti Group Chief Executive Officer, Avv. Alberto Galassi. This new seaworthy work of art is not just a gift to our brand’s fans, but to all dreamers who can thus rediscover the splendour and thrills of a new Dolce Vita”.”

Main Specifications

Length over all:33.53 m
Beam:7.27 m
Draft:1.99 m
Exterior Design:Officina Italiana Design
Interior Design:Officina Italiana Design
Main Engines:MTU 16V 2000 M96L
Top Speed:26 knots
Cruising Speed:23 knots
Range:430 nm
Guests:Up to 20 (10 for sleeping)


Riva 76 Perseo Yacht

Riva 76 Perseo

Italian elegance with a sporty look: The Riva 76 Perseo

The Riva 76 Perseo is one of my personal favorites when we are talking of “smaller yachts”. My previous impressions from images where confirmed during my visit at the boot Düsseldorf. This 23m motor yacht comes with a sporty and elegant look but also with a small flybridge to enjoy the journey with a view.

This beauty was designed by Officina Italiana Design. The designers Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta chose Moon Grey – a metal silver – as the main color.

Interior

The main salon with the integrated helm station has very big windows that catch a lot of natural light. This area features an L-shaped settee for dining and an L-shaped sofa with a coffee table.

Downstairs on the lower deck is the full-beam owners’ suite with walk-in wardrobe, en-suite bathroom, sofa, and desk. The VIP cabin is in the bow. Furthermore, there is a twin guest cabin and the galley on the lower deck. The area for two crew members is behind the engine room with direct access to the technical area.

The sundeck has a fold-out helm station with engine monitoring, joysticks for thrusters/tiller and radio device. Furthermore, a U-shaped seating area forward and a sunbathing area aft.

Riva 76 Perseo Yacht

Sundeck views

Riva 76 Perseo Yacht

Helm station on the fly with joystick for the tiller

Main Specifications

Length over all:23.25 m
Beam:5.75 m
Draft:1.90 m
Displacement (max.):60.500 kg
Design:Officina Italiana Design
Interior Design:Green Yachts (Client can also bring an own designer)
Naval Architecture:Green Yachts
Main Engines:2 x MAN V 12 1800 - power 1800 mHp / 1324 Kw @ 2300 rpm (optional)

2 x MAN V 12 1550 - power 1550 mHp / 1140 Kw @ 2300 rpm (standard)
Top Speed:37 knots (option) / 32 knots (standard engines)
Cruising Speed:32 knots / 28 knots
Range:295 nautical miles (max. speed)

315 nautical miles (cruising speed)
Fuel Capacity:5,600 l
Accommodation:1 owners cabin, 1 VIP, 1 Guest Twin Cabin, 1 cabin for 2 crew

Profile & General Arrangement

Riva 76 Perseo Profile
Profile

Riva 76 Perseo Deck Layout
Deck Layout

Riva 76 Perseo Main Deck
Main Deck

Riva 76 Perseo Lower Deck
Lower Deck


CRN Riva project 68mt

"The finest Art on Water" - Art Exhibition in Hamburg

"The finest Art on Water" is a part of the art exhibition "Rich Pickings" at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (MKG) in the German city Hamburg.

The famous Italian shipyards CRN and Riva of the Ferretti Group have collaborated with artist Christian Jankowski.
Christian Jankowski aims to engage directly with the idea of sales and exchange and the value of luxury goods. “The Finest Art on Water” is not only a yacht but also a piece of art that fully immerses the spectator.
According to Jankowski:

“The yacht is the perfect sculpture, a perfect self-contained vessel of information.”

Visitors to the exhibition will explore the presentation of wealth in contemporary society, and through “The Finest Art on Water”, be confronted with the idea of luxury objects; that artwork can generate cultural capital and elevate the buyers above the level of conventional taste and material consumption.

CRN Riva project 68mt

Jankowski collaborated with yacht builders CRN, the Italian shipyard specialized in the construction of fully customized steel and aluminum superyachts over 40m, featuring a 68m vessel, whose exteriors and interiors lines were designed by Officina Italiana Design, and have been produced by the shipyard in the contemporary artwork. The Aquariva Cento, a limited edition boat, also designed by Officina Italiana Design, that can be available as a tender for CRN superyachts, will also be sculpturally displayed as part of the installation, simultaneously challenging an art audience and yacht lovers alike.

Luca Boldrini, CRN Sales & Marketing Director said:“Following the success of Frieze in 2011 and Christian Jankowski’s exhibition at The Centre for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, we are excited to be once again showcasing our collaboration that allows viewers to engage with our yachts in a different environment. Art and design have always played an integral role in all that CRN and Riva stand for and we are incredibly proud of ‘The Finest Art On Water’ and its ability to transcend a yacht from an object to a covetable piece of art.”