98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

The first Riva Corsaro in Europe made a stir during the Grand Prix de Monaco last month. A 98-ft superyacht, the first entry of the Riva series with flybridge presented Scuderia Ferrari team. “This yacht became a lucky charm,” said Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group. “Ferrari celebrates the first win in Monaco Grand Prix over the past 16 years,” he added.

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

The yacht dramatically differs from other models of the Riva company, in particular sport yachts – Aquarive and Rivarama. However, the design retains the brand smooth lines and body layout. Its aggressive head looks like a spear tip. The exterior developed by Mauro Mikeli and Sergio Beretta from Officina Italiana Design highlights large toned windows, combined with dark-grey metallic body.

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

The 21 ft width of the body adds volume to the interior, but the yacht does not seem to be outsized, as other wide models do. This additional width makes minimalistic interior broader, especially in the large room with dining zone. Adjustable side platforms connected with glass doors makes the zone bright thanks to natural lightning.

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

Master-luxe across the entire width of the vessel benefits from the wide body and provides wardrobe, small office and large bathroom with two wash basins, toilet and bidet. There are four rooms for guests and three for captain and two crewmen on the lower level.

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

With two MTU 16V 2000 M96 engines, Corsaro can reach 30 mph, while course speed – 26.5 mph. Like all superyachts of Riva, 98-ft vessel can be customized. For example, the owner of the first Corsaro required a multifunctional lounge for business with karaoke-system. The yacht was delivered to Hong Kong in March.

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro

98-ft superyacht Riva Corsaro
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