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Riva Yacht - New 76' Perseo Super

Heir to and evolution of the multiple award-winning 76’ Perseo, the best-loved Riva sport-fly of recent years proposes new aesthetic solutions combined with unprecedented functional design features, achieving excellence in terms of onboard liveability and performance.

With an overall length of 23.25 meters (73 ft 3 in) and a maximum beam of 5.75 meters (18 ft 10 in), Riva 76’ Perseo Super is the result of an aesthetic and technological development effort that achieves a perfect balance of past, present and future, the product of collaboration between the Product Strategy Committee led by Mr. Piero Ferrari, designer Mauro Micheli, the founder of Officina Italiana Design with Sergio Beretta, and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department.

Exterior styling featuring over 40 square meters of glazed surfaces on the hull and in the superstructure is enhanced by new stylistic features. In the streamlined profile, glossy black details intersect the ice white dominating the hull and main deck, in a contrast that accents both the sporty verve and classical elegance of this extraordinary sport-fly.

One of the stand-out functional design elements in the evolution of the 76’ Perseo is the roof with an opening forward section positioned over the lounge, with the dual function of illuminating the space below and allowing fresh air to enter.

The authentic Riva tradition echoes throughout the yacht in the form of mahogany and polished stainless steel detailing, a technical and design feature that forms part of the Sarnico-based shipyard’s legacy.

The entire stern area is designed to offer maximum comfort for guests and be practical for the crew. Almost the entire swim platform can be lowered into the water, where it acts as an underwater surface to relax on and an aid to leaving the water safely.

Consistently with the excellent functionality and liveability that characterize the entire yacht, when the garage door is open and the swim platform lowered, launching and hauling up the Williams Turbojet 325 tender are quick and easy operations.

For owners intent on having fun, an optional second water toy can be installed on the swim platform and two seabobs in the garage on either side of the tender.

The cockpit offers an area for socializing, with a sofa in the aft section and a teak dining table seating eight featuring the Riva logo and a stainless steel base. On request, the entire area can be converted into a big sun pad with a mechanism that lowers the table so that it can be covered with cushions. The area is enhanced with solutions that increase the level of comfort, like the option of a drawer refrigerator under the sofa or a pouffe with a low table.

The dominant wood in the main lounge for the standard version is sand-colored oak, juxtaposed in classic Riva style against mirror surfaces or light and dark lacquer, with polished stainless steel detailing. On request, the owner can opt for rosewood as the featured wood, enhanced by color contrasts and fine finishes and detailing.

The lower deck too is characterized by the refined pairing of sand-colored oak and pale or dark lacquer interspersed with bold black leather detailing, including the possibility of opting for rosewood as an alternative featured wood. In the standard layout, the yacht’s lower deck welcomes guests into a small lounge furnished with a large, light-colored, L-shaped sofa by Gentili&Mosconi and, on request, a pouffe with a low table. Opposite the lounge, on the starboard side, is a galley separated by a door and fully appointed with appliances, a work top, a hob and a sink arranged along the hull side and in the aft area.

The layout has three cabins for six guests, all with en-suite bathrooms, but the owner can also request a fourth cabin, configured as always to ensure optimum comfort and liveability.

The master stateroom dominates the midship section of the yacht. Here the stand-out features for their refinement and minimalist design are the bed with leather headboard and sides, and the ergonomic and functional furnishings. The en-suite bathroom is behind a smoked glass mirror door. In the master stateroom, like the other cabins, the decor reprises not only the wood on the main deck, but also the chiaroscuro contrasts and the precious materials.

On the starboard side is a guest cabin furnished with single beds and a separate bathroom, while the VIP cabin is in the bow, with a twin wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower.

As always, there was a special focus on acoustic insulation in this area. All the forward and aft walls in the master suite have additional insulation to guarantee maximum comfort with regard to both other areas and the galley.

The crew cabin, entered from the cockpit and communicating directly with the engine room, extends horizontally to include a bathroom and a night area with two bunk beds.


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