November 19, 2016

New Model: Riva 100 Corsaro

Last Wednesday, Riva launched the first 100 Corsaro at its facility in La Spezia.  The 100 Corsaro sees Riva back with a new flybridge two deck and half design superyacht with a semi wide body foward, and an owners stateroom on the main deck. The joint efforts of Officina Italiana Design, which exclusively designs the entire fleet of the brand, and the engineering department of Ferretti Group, result in a combination of sportiness, safety, elegance and fine design that is complimented by the unmatched style of this renowned status symbol shipyard in the world. The 100 Corsaro instantly joins the ranks of other legendary Riva yachts, following the myth of the 60 and 20 Corsaro from eighties and early nineties. With a size of 29 meters Officina Italiana blended perfect sporty looks with a sleek, almost arrow shaped profile, along with dark metallic colors, and broad expanses of crystal glass.  This first 100 Corsaro was in Asia and will reach Hong Kong for its worldwide debut in early 2017. For the first time in the both Rivas and Ferretti Group history, that spans more than a century and a half, a new yacht will make its debut outside of Europe. This marks the start of a new chapter in history.  This first 100 Corsaro features exclusive interior furnishings, selected by the owner himself, to compliment his own personal style, and fit the requirements for his intended use of the yacht.  The festivities surrounding the launch of the first hull celebrated the immediate triumph of the new model. With the entire scheduled production of 2017 already sold out, it is clear the Riva 100 Corsaro has attracted the interest of many future owners and is already an incredible success.
Technical Data:
LOA - 29.9 m (98.1ft)
Hull Length - 23.9 m
Waterline Length - 22.3 m
Beam - 6.7 m
Draft - 2.26 m
Displacement - 99000 kg unloaded, 110000 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 9000 l
Water Capacity - 1320 l
Accommodation - 10 guest berths in 5 cabins, 6 crew in 3 cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 16V 2000 M93 2435hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 27 knots max speed, 24 knots cruise
Range - 320 nm at cruise 
Project - Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta Officina Italiana Design, Ferretti Group Engineering