Riva unveiled the first renderings of its GRP flagship yacht this week – the Riva 110. It’s the brand’s largest flybridge to date and builds on the Italian yacht builder’s ‘next-generation’ line of yachts in this range.
The new model is a collaboration between Officina Italiana Design, the Strategic Product Committee, and the Ferretti Group’s engineering department who used the lines of the recently-launched 100 Corsaro as inspiration to create a contemporary and distinctly Riva-style exterior.
The use of glass in the design is extensive, with the largest pieces sitting on either side the main lounge and provides an uninterrupted view to the outside. Curved panels in the sundeck structure allowextra light into this outdoor social area and a large curved piece provides perfect visibility from the raised pilothouse.
A wide beam master suite is found in the forward section of the main deck with four VIP suites, one of which in twin cabin arrangement, located on the lower deck.
Initial calculations indicate that the Riva 110, when fitted with twin MTU 2000 M94 engines, will run comfortably at a cruising speed of 23 knots while maxing out at around 26 knots. Stabilisation for when at rest or underway comes as standard, with a gyro able to be fitted upon request for a level experience no matter the weather.