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News: First Riva 50M Superyacht In Build

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  1. Riva 50-meter Superyacht Under Construction
    Veteran Italian yacht builder Riva Yachts is presently working on their first 50-meter superyacht. The yacht is under construction at their yard in Ancona. Remember back in 2014 the yard launched its first true superyacht standard vessel with the 37-meter "Sol". When this 50-meter build is completed it will assume the new flagship status for the yard. The design is by the usual suspects in collaboration with Officina Italiana Design.
  2. With the yacht under construction (completion in 2018) we can see that light alloy aluminum materials are being utilized. Special features onboard this tri deck superyacht is an expansive full sundeck. The spacious sundeck is laid out in true superyacht fashion with space up front for a jacuzzi along the centerline flanked by sunpads. The mid part of the deck is dedicated to alfresco style eating with a table set up for most of the yacht's guests and is partially shaded by the hardtop above. Aft has plenty of room to stretch out several large lounge chairs. The bow has dedicated sunpad space along with informal 'C' shaped seating for everyone.
  3. This yacht can accommodate 12 guests in five cabins with the majority located on the lower deck. The master suite is forward on the main deck and is full-beam. The crew members also have four cabins on the lower deck for their accommodation. The 50-meter yacht also has tender storage in the aft garage. That garage is large enough to host a William DieselJet 625 while PWCs can be stored on the bow. The first 50-meter Riva superyacht is being built toward a completion date in 2018.

    For more information:

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

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