Ferretti Group reports sale of three Riva 88-footers

The Ferretti Group says the Riva 88-foot Domino Super already sold the first three hulls of the new Riva coupe yacht.

After debuting in Monaco, the Ferretti Group says the Riva 88-foot Domino Super already sold the first three hulls of the new Riva coupe yacht.

“The official presentation of the 88-foot Domino Super at the Yacht Club de Monaco was a very exciting moment and now we can surely say that event was the starting point of what is already a commercial success,” Ferretti CEO Stefano de Vivo said in a statement. “Less than two months after, Riva and the Ferretti Group are proud to announce the sale of three yachts.”

The first hull will go to an owner in Europe, the second will be delivered in the Asia-Pacific and the third will cruise Middle Eastern seas.


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