November 14, 2022

New Model: Riva 76 Bahamas Super

Launched in 2016 the Riva 76 Bahamas was an immediate success, based on the 76 Perseo hull and following the principle of the invisible C-hard-top as Riva presented a year before on the 88 Florida.  For the fall 2022 and model year 2023 onwards Riva refreshes the model to the 76 Bahamas Super.  The most visible and recognizable change is the larger hull side windows, while another one is the separate bulwark which is now also fatter.  Inside the Riva 76 Bahamas Super has also minor changes all revolving around the three guest bathrooms which have a changed layout. The Riva 76 Bahamas Super is powered by twin Man 1550hp or Man 1800hp engines, with the later option giving a top 37 knots speed.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.32 m (76.5ft)
Hull Length - 22.4 m
Waterline Length - 19.5 m
Beam - 5.68 m
Draft - 1.95 m
Displacement - 49,500 kg unloaded, 57,700 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 5600 l
Water Capacity - 840 l
Max Persons - sixteen
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Man V12 1550hp, V12 1800hp
Propulsion - line shafts with V-drive
Speed - 32 knots max 28 cruise with Man 1550hp, 37 knots max 32 cruise wit Man 1800hp
Range - 320 nautical miles at cruise
Project - Mauro Micheli Sergio Beretta Officina Italiana, Ferretti Group Engineering naval architecture
Certification - CE A

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