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News: Details On The Riva 90

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  1. Riva 90 Details Revealed At Boot Dusseldorf
    The Riva 90 has been on 'display' at this years edition of the Boot Dusseldorf and after making her debut of sorts in announcement at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) a couple months ago and more information has been released about the new vessel. She is now an addition to the Italian yard's line of flybridge yachts all of which feature signature sleek design lines.
  2. The design is by Officina Italiana Design who worked closely with Riva. She is now the third full flybridge yacht to be added to Riva's line which includes the Riva 100 Corsaro and Riva 110 Dolcevita. These boats from Riva usually are blessed with good performance and onboard you will find a pair of MTU 12V 2000 M96Ls -for a top speed of 26-knots- as standard but the yard is offering other options for owners. There is the MTU 16V 2000 M84L which will provide 28-knots on the top end and you can also choose from the MTU 16V 2000 M93 which is anticipated to power the Riva 90 to a 30-knot maximum speed. The first hull is expected to feature this last option.
  3. Riva's 90-footer is a gorgeous addition to the flybridge line being the smallest of the trio so far. She offers so much for owners who do not want to cross the 100-foot threshold. Two full interior decks and a proper flybridge sundeck is the setup for this model. An expanse of glass clads the exterior to help maintain a good connection to the sea especially from the main salon where the views ought to be great with nearly full-height glazing existing in the design.

    For more information:

    Ferretti S.p.A,
    via I. Bandiera 62,
    47841 Cattolica
    www.riva-yacht.com

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