Riva 100′ Corsaro: the first images of the new conqueror of the seas

Riva 100 Corsaro Yacht

Riva 100′ Corsaro

Exciting preview of the new flybridge yacht sailing on the Ligurian Sea, awaiting its debut in Hong Kong.

The jaw-dropping beauty of Riva 100′ Corsaro could not find a more ideal location than the Golfo dei Poeti, a place of enchanting splendor, in one of the most beautiful and world-renowned regions of Italy
The series of photo shoots off the coast of the Ligurian Sea have immortalized its first nautical miles traveled and intensified the wait for its official introduction in Hong Kong in April 2017.

Its first time on display in Hong Kong will be the ideal occasion to celebrate the truly limitless success of an icon of sporty style and luxury, proven by the fact that the entire 2017 production is already sold out to a few selective ship owners.

The Riva 100′ Corsaro is born from the collaboration between Officina Italiana Design – the studio founded by designer Mauro Micheli alongside Sergio Beretta – exclusive designer for the entire Riva fleet, the Strategic Product Committee and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department. It is the natural heir to previous legendary models as well as the perfect combination of comfort, performance, style and safety.

Its majestic dimensions are arranged harmoniously with the athleticism of the design, 100’ Corsaro is characterized by a sharp profile, which evokes the shape of an arrow with metallic colors in dark tones and large glass surfaces.

In particular, the layout of the first unit will present exclusive, original interiors that reflect the style and high standards of its owner.

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