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  2. Riva 76' Perseo

    2017
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    Riva 76’ is the brand new project of the sporting range of the brand. This project has been conceived preserving the family feeling with the other models in the brand’s sporty range, and deservedly joins other true masterpieces in Riva’s recent production: the 68’ Ego Super, the 88’ Domino Super, and the 122’ Mythos. The Riva 76’ has a 22.74-metre (74.7 ft.) overall length and a beam of 5.75 metres (18.10 ft.). This yacht immediately strikes for its sporty features and elegance, further enhanced by its colour shades. The first hull boasts a new shade of metal silver, the already well-known Moon Grey, 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, the side glazing on the main deck, the wide windshield. The spacious sun deck perfectly harmonizes with the aerodynamic design and ensures the utmost privacy and relaxation, besides allowing to pilot the craft from a privileged position. The fore area is characterized by a wide lounge. The new coupé is extremely refined, and perfectly embodies the idea of ‘simple complexity’ that characterizes every single Riva yacht. Officina Italiana Design has worked with the Ferretti Group’s ‘Interior & Décor’ team to conceive original furnishing solutions, combining the brand’s traditional materials - wood, lacquered surfaces, leather, and stainless steels - with mirrored surfaces and marble. 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 

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  4. Oyster 675

    2018
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    Defining a new phase in Oyster’s long running, carefully structured product development programme, the company is delighted to announce the all new Oyster 675. Pairing with the Oyster 745 concept introduced in Autumn 2013, the Oyster 675 completes for now a new third tier to Oyster’s range, meeting the evolving needs of owners and how they view and crew their sailing.    Creating balance and pace, the twin rudder hull by Humphreys Yacht Design is configured and engineered to take a more powerful rig plan than the smaller yachts, with options for carbon masts and rigging and performance sails that will make this model appeal to those who enjoy fast passages and have, perhaps, a keen eye also on the trophies at Oyster’s exclusive regattas. Yet this is not a lightweight racing yacht, it has everything an Oyster should, just in a hull form that gives an extra 10 per cent on the water and with either the swinging centreboard or standard keel versions, comfortable performance is guaranteed.    Externally the sweeping teak and rollover-bulwark decks show a practical plan for sail-handling and play, including foredeck stowage for the tender and step-down sunbathing platform for fun time at anchor. An extended transom version further enlarges the aft deck and gives an even more determined look to the profile while also enabling a dinghy garage.   With its lower profile, stretched deck saloon window visually triggering a sense of power and purpose in a manner akin to the more tasteful of performance road cars, this Oyster 675 joins the latest ‘Coupé’ range.    Internally, with two spacious double guest cabins complementing the full beam master suite and a fourth cabin for crew (with options for en suite facilities), the Oyster 675 brings together choices to detail the yacht for family, for occasional charter, or for long distance exploring and adventure, with professional help aboard.    The 675 also has two main interior options revolving around the galley location, owners choosing between an enclosed highly efficient and seaworthy galley just aft of the main saloon or a traditional ‘linear’ design through which you can walk to the master cabin making this model a really spacious yacht to enjoy in comfort.    The Oyster 675 – set to be the centre of attention.

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  6. Arcona 400

    2018
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    The Arcona 400 has been the most popular boat in the Arcona range since her introduction at the Stockholm Boat Show in 2001, where she was she was awarded Boat of the Year. With stunning modern looks, technically-advanced construction, and performance to die for, she optimises cruising and racing and is easily sailed by a short-handed crew. Structurally, Arconas are built to withstand the toughest of sea conditions. At the heart of their build lies a substantial galvanised steel cross frame to which the mast, rigging, and keel are firmly attached. This cradle takes all the dynamic loads on the hull, which can consequently be made lighter to improve her performance under sail. The hull and decks are made from 20mm-thick Divinycell foam, sandwiched between a tough water resistant multi-axial polyester laminate. The bulk heads and interior are laminated to the hull and deck to give additional strength and rigidity. The level of craftsmanship throughout reflects our Swedish roots. Below decks the Arcona 400 offers: beautiful Khaya Mahogany varnished to a high satin finish, a high level of interior comfort, a spacious and bright saloon, different cabin layouts, a well-fitted galley, generous chart table, and a heads compartment with a shower and wet-clothes locker. Designed for family living despite her racing credentials, the Arcona 400 offers 2 or 3 cabin versions and 1 or 2 toilets. In summary, she is an all-round winner, blending together enviable speed, ease of handling, and total comfort. Indeed the Arcona 400 effectively sums up what the Arcona experience is all about.

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  7. Ferretti Yachts 700

    2017
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    Improving constantly, never settling for second best, always going beyond the Owners’ and the yachting world’s taste and expectations: only such a production philosophy can lie behind and explain the launch of a new model that perfections a previous, very successful one. The new Ferretti Yachts 700 is indeed the evolution of one of the greatest recent successes for Ferretti Group's historical brand. This new model, which is the outcome of the long-standing cooperation between Zuccon International Project and Ferretti Group's Engineering Department, offers the best an Owner can expect in terms of both seaworthiness and onboard comfort, besides boasting innovative functional and aesthetic solutions that are bound to become key features in the brand’s forthcoming yachts. The superstructure conveys a sense of sophisticated lightness: the dark long deck glazing, in the same color as the stanchions, 'cuts' across the yacht’s profile from stern to bow. The glazing follows the lowering of the gunwale in the central part of the boat, where the living room can be found, thereby reflecting on the outside the main deck interior layout, while increasing the general sense of lightness that pervades the entire craft. The lowering in the glazing also lets in plenty of natural light and offers guests and the crew alike the widest possible view on the surrounding landscape. The Ferretti Yachts 700’s aerodynamic design is most apparent in the elongated tail, surmounted by a roll bar housing satellite systems and antennas and characterized by a new color shade, called 'Vulcan Grey'. Starting from the Ferretti Yachts 700, this warm grey shade will become the brand’s second color, and will be used on all accessory systems (roll bars, hard tops…), in contrast with the white shade of the hull and the superstructure. The installation of all antennas in the roll bar will also make it possible to free up the aft area of the flybridge of any and all technical elements, thereby offering the Owner a panoramic terrace that can be furnished with free standing furniture. Two MAN engines are installed in the engine room - one single space that, besides the engines, hosts all systems and wheel controls. Ferretti Yachts proposes two V8 1000 Mhp engines, allowing to reach a maximum speed of 28.5 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. As an alternative, the yacht can be equipped with two more powerful, 1200 Mhp, MAN V8 that will push it to a top speed of 31.5 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots.

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  8. Ferretti Yachts 750

    2017
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    Ferretti Yachts 750 represents another step forward in the development of the Ferretti Yacht range over 70 feet, featuring a 22.75 m overall length and a 5.70 m full beam. Evolution of the successful Ferretti Yachts 720, it features many relevant innovations, both inside and outside. Result from the settled collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, AYT&D – Advanced Yacht Technology & Design and the Ferretti Group’s team of engineers, architects, and designers, Ferretti Yachts 750 immediately strikes the attention for its outer profile, which is even sleeker and sportier, thanks to the new flybridge with an elongated tail. The model will be presented in its standard version, without hard top; upon request, it can be equipped with a large bimini top, approximately 5 meter long. The flybridge is even more spacious, since it is davit-free. The sunbathing area of Ferretti Yachts 750 is available in other two versions, fitted with roll bar and built-in bimini top, or with hard top and awning. In the outer stern area the distinguishing feature is the electrohydraulic swim platform, more than 1.5 meter long. It can be lowered 50 cm underwater, making the launching of the tender easier. The swim platform can lift up to 450 kg and it can host a tender of approximately 4 meters. Ferretti Yachts 750 will be available with two different engines: two 1381 mph MTU 10V 2000 M84, or, as optional version, two 1524 mph MTU 10V 2000 M93. As for performance, with the standard engines the top speed is 30 knots, with a cruising speed of 27 knots, while with the optional engines, the maximum speed is 32.5 knots and the cruising speed is 29 knots.

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  9. Riva 88' DOMINO Super

    2017
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    The coupé evolution. It's called Super, as it's amazing, and because this suffix is well-known as the mark of evolution within the Riva brand. 88’ Domino Super, aimed to set new standards in the industry in terms of style, comfort and performance, had its début in Monte Carlo, before being worldwide reveald to the public in September at the Cannes Yachting Festival. With an overall length of 26.84 metres (88 ft.) and a maximum beam of 6.29 metres (20.7’), its racy and aerodynamic profile wins you over from first glance, enhanced by the shade of the hull, the dark “London Grey” contrasting with the light “Moon Grey” of the superstructure. Added to this are other important style choices: the new sun deck adds to the sportiness of the yacht, offering increased comfort to guests; the single large window on the hull is characterized by a bold design; and the revamped stern completes the dynamic feel of the yacht. The swimming platform on the stern, which can be moved and submerged, is a convenient spot to get into the water and back on board, as well as making the launch and towing of the tender very easy. The cockpit is like an outdoor living room, with a large C-shaped sofa/chaise longue, beyond which a sofa faces the dining table. Beyond the glass you come to the interior, organized into the living and dining areas and bridge. The lounge is an open space with an unrivalled view of the sea; a perfect example of the unmistakable style of Riva. The shift of the helm station to the starboard side has enabled storage to be installed, separating the two sets of stairs which lead to the kitchen and below deck. The pilot station, with two seats, is hidden by a full-height wall with TV screen, equipped with an electric mechanism enabling it to be swivelled towards the dining area. Going down the first flight of stairs leads to the lobby, then to the three guest cabins, while on the starboard side, towards the stern, a door opens to the full beam master suite. The room is airy and beautifully lit. The starboard side is furnished with a low unit including a vanity/desk area, with the optional extra of freestanding units. On the port side is a double berth with TV on the facing wall. The cabin has an en-suite bathroom and spacious walk-in wardrobe. The sporty feel of the 88’ Domino Super is enhanced by the new sun deck. A large C-shaped dinette at the bow faces the external helm station, which is positioned centrally to allow optimum command of the yacht. There are spacious areas for relaxation on the stern. The performance of the new coupé is best in its class. The standard version of the yacht comes fitted with two 2435-Mhp MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines, allowing the yacht to reach a maximum speed of 38 knots and a cruising speed of 34 knots. The optional configuration comprises two MTU 16V 2000 M94 engines with a power of up to 2638 Mhp. These engines push the yacht up to 40 knots, while the cruising speed touches 35 knots (preliminary data).

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