History of Riva Yachts
Riva Yachts was founded in 1842 in Sarnico Italy by Pietro Riva, a man who worked his whole life in a boatyard around new techniques and hard work. Riva is known worldwide for building luxurious powerboats from 8.2 to 37.9 meters. This size options are built through 4 lines and many models. Each model is designed to have high tech finishes and styles that show off high end Italian character. Riva started producing fiberglass construction in 1969 and was acquired by Ferretti group brand in 2000 to push on with new technology and advancements. The acquisition allows for higher quality and larger yachts.
Riva Yacht Models
The 44 Rivarama is an elegant entertaining vessel. The boat cruises nicely just under 40 knot high speeds with MAN engines and nice hull architecture. The amenities below are open with bedroom and galley. The head includes a lovely shower and small features throughout the boat that top off the exquisite feel. Above deck this yacht is a comfortable cruiser.
The 66 Ribelle was first made in 2018. The masterful exterior features 3 sunpads for relaxation. The interior has huge couch seating behind the helm. Down below the 66 has 3 staterooms with heads. The refined styling found on the ribelle is unmatched for its Italian styling
How to Buy a Riva
If you’re interested in purchasing a Riva, a Staten Island Yacht Sales professional can assist you in your buying needs. All employees are trained to identify as many ways as possible to improve your experience when purchasing a Riva. Being a 100-percent customer driven business, SI Yachts delivers every time.
How to Sell Your Riva
Staten Island Yacht Sales has experience and the product knowledge to sell your Riva. Selecting the right full-service brokerage firm when selling your yacht improves the likelihood of a seamless and timely transaction. Listing your Riva with SI Yachts, you can be certain it is in the hands of dedicated professionals. Over 50 years in business, our devoted Sales Professionals work attentively to provide you with first class representation.