Travel in style with the new Rivamare
Combining the raw power of a motorboat with all the rich luxury of a yacht, the Rivamare is the latest nautical creation to come out of Riva’s Sarnico boatyard renowned for timeless and beautifully designed boats. This new speedboat is dangerously good-looking, having taken inspiration from the 60s cool of its legendary ancestor the Aquarama. Sinuous and sleek lines make up the brunt of the Rivamare’s 39 feet of luxury, with a top speed of 40 knots proving that the boat is both a beast and a beauty.
Even if speed isn’t your thing, the stern is home to a relaxing beach area made of deep mahogany and topped with two specially designed ergonomic sunbeds – making this the perfect place to fall asleep in the summer sun and wake up ridiculously sunburnt. Comfort is a prime priority on the Rivamare as it promises to give customers a smooth sailing experience. The design of the dinette is dominated by a large sofa moulded around the shape of the bow, with a double bed also being hidden inside a central locker to allow owners some much needed rest after looking wistfully at the ocean.
The Rivamare is available in all the colours of the Riva range, including the exclusive London Grey metallic coating beloved by Riva owners all over the world. Two skylights dominate the kitchen and bathroom ceilings respectively and provide perfect air circulation throughout the entire boat to prevent any fears of claustrophobia. The Rivamare remains cutting-edge whilst still paying a homage to its heritage, stuffed to the gills with the latest technology to provide the greatest ease of experience. You can even request a TV to be installed on the bulkhead of the bow if the natural beauty of the sea simply cannot match up to the latest episode of that series you’ve been trying to catch up with.
It’s the addition of all these niceties, including a washbasin and refrigerator, which separate the Rivamare from your standard speedboat and edge it further to the opulent realm of a full-size yacht. It’s the best of both worlds, really.