About Riva Yachts
Riva yachts are a luxury icon. Riva yachts represent traditional craftsmanship, painstaking attention to detail and long-lasting quality, with a touch of glamour. Originally designed to cruise the lakes of Italy, this brand has developed into a leading producer of luxury yachts which make a statement on all the international waters.
With a strong history that stretches back to 1842, Riva has always stood for timeless style. Starting with its founding shipbuilder, Pietro Riva, beautiful design was an imperative component of the company’s long-term success. Through history, the shipyard was always on the cusp of advancing technology, including the birth of power boating. The most famous Rivacruiser models designed by Carlo Riva - including Aquarama, Ariston and Florida - were launched in the 1950s and 1960s. These quickly became a status symbol among sport icons, the social elite and movie stars of old Hollywood. The legacy of the Riva brand has only grown stronger since that time.
Each cruiser and yacht in the Riva fleet - from 27 feet to 115 feet in length - has been designed with performance and practicality in mind. The Italian brand has always been a synonym for elegance and refined luxury. The yachts of today exemplify the talent of architects, engineers and designers which has been passed down from generation to generation.
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