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Riva Yacht debuts 100-foot flybridge

Riva Yacht introduced the 100-foot Corsaro, a flybridge yacht.
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Riva started the construction of a new 100-foot flybridge yacht, the 100’ Corsaro.

Riva started the construction of a new 100-foot flybridge yacht, the 100’ Corsaro.

Riva Yacht introduced the 100-foot Corsaro, a flybridge yacht that is the result of cooperation between the Ferretti Group’s product strategy committee, the group’s engineering department and Officina Italiana Design.

The design firm, co-founded by Mauro Micheli — who took the lead on this project — and Sergio Beretta, exclusively designs Riva’s entire fleet.

“Riva is back in the flybridge segment as a leader after creating extraordinary models that have conquered even the most demanding customers,” Ferretti Group chief commercial officer Stefano de Vivo said in a statement.

“The Riva 100’ Corsaro has already impressed our owners with its incredible designs and exquisitely stylish solutions. The wide-body master stateroom, for example, is worth of a megayacht that offers owners a large private area on the main deck.”

“We are proud to announce at the upcoming Gold Coast Boat Show in Hong Kong that the first unit has been sold in Asia and is under construction at our La Spezia facility,” he said. “It will be presented in September during our private preview in Monaco, a few days before its worldwide debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2016.”

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