The first hull, already under construction in the Ferretti Group plant in La Spezia, boasts a new shade of metal silver, the Moon Grey. Silver is the dominating colour, found both in the hull and in most of the superstructure. In this model, it is combined with Riva’s classical dark shade, Bright Black.
The sporty look is further highlighted by the over 40 square meters of glazed surfaces. The large hull glazing, on both sides, is outlined by two elliptical surfaces, ideally connected by the Riva logo, in polished stainless steel, one of the brand’s distinctive and traditional materials. The side glazing on the main deck, in turn, is ideally ‘cut through’ by a handrail installed along the edge of the superstructure, which makes the yacht’s profile even more slender.
The lowered gunwale near the side glazing ensures a magnificent view from the salon and makes the yacht look even lighter. This lowering by no means reduces safety along the outdoor passageway, as the gunwale is covered by a thin fibreglass layer polished in Bright Black, which being in contrast with the glazing, is de facto invisible in the perceived profile of the yacht. The spacious sun deck perfectly harmonises with the aerodynamic design and ensures the utmost privacy and relaxation, besides allowing to pilot the craft from a privileged position.
The new Riva 76 Coupe ensures excellent performance, in line with all the other successful models in this brand’s range. The Riva 76 comes with two V-drive MAN V12, 1,550 MHP engines, which allow it to reach a maximum speed of 33 knots and a cruising speed of 29 knots. The Owner can also choose more powerful engines, i.e. two MAN V12, 1.800 MHP each, that will push the yacht to a maximum speed of 37 knots and a cruising speed of 32 knots (preliminary data).
The Riva 76 is 22.98 metres (75.5 ft.) long and the beam is 5.75 metres (18.10 ft.).