The owner of Race and the late Carlo Riva, the founder of Riva, had something in common. Each wanted to see Riva build a superyacht. Unfortunately, Carlo Riva passed away before the first Riva Superyachts Division project could reach completion. Nonetheless, the owner of Race is responsible for making the dream come true. Hull number
The Miami skyline was more than just the backdrop for the photo shoot for the Riva 90 Argo. The latest-generation flying-bridge motoryacht from the Italian builder premiered in the Magic City before select guests at a VIP event in February. With striking, sharp lines, the megayacht keeps a family feel initiated by her bigger sisters.
Leave it to Riva to make a dramatic entrance. The Italian yacht builder chose the recent Monaco Historique, the race for grand prix cars built from 1977 to 1980, for the premiere of its latest, and largest, megayacht, the Riva 110 Dolcevita. It was an extra-suitable occasion, considering one party with a hand in her
With a model name reminiscent of why so many people enjoy yachting, the Riva 110 Dolcevita slipped into salt water on March 22. She’s officially the largest Riva yacht to date. This new launch takes the top spot from the 100 Corsaro, which Riva premiered in 2017. To preserve a family feel for styling, Riva
Editor’s note, March 26, 2018: The second Sanlorenzo 52 Steel splashed March 25. Due to a photo on Sanlorenzo’s Facebook page on March 21, we mistakenly believed she had launched then. We have updated the article, also to include the megayacht’s name. The Sanlorenzo family welcomed a new sister this weekend, seeing the christening
“When I started to work with Sanlorenzo, I asked myself: Why do we have to design passageways? Why sacrifice the width of a cabin for a service corridor that will be used for just three percent of its life? Out of this came my provocative idea: Let’s open things up, let’s get rid of them!”