Mention the name Riva to knowledgeable yacht owners, and you’re likely to hear two words over and over: style and speed. The builder has a long history of head-turning designs that further put the “Sport” in “SportFly,” the designation it gives to its fast flying-bridge yachts. The Riva 88 Folgore, the newest in the SportFly
Typically, yacht owners want to avoid lightning. Riva aims to change their mind with the 88 Folgore, whose name translates to thunderbolt. The new megayacht is part of Riva’s Sportfly lineup. In fact, she is the largest current model in that series. Similar to other yachts from the builder, like the Riva 88 Florida, which
PHOTOS: Guillaume Plisson No matter where you go on vacation, dining out is a big part of the experience. It certainly is true with yacht charter and private yacht cruises. For your next yacht project, you might want to borrow a page from the owner of Attila. He not only put a casual dining area
“We adore clean, rigorous design. We don’t want to dazzle with special effects,” explain Mauro Micheli (left) and Sergio Beretta (right) of Officina Italiana Design. “Quite the contrary–we try to create things that will never go out of fashion.” Therein lies the challenge for the famed Italian design studio, celebrating its 25th anniversary. As much
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.