Italian DNA: Riva’s 100′ Corsaro

Italian DNA: Riva’s 100′ Corsaro

Published: January 24, 2018 | By: American Luxury Staff

Italian shipbuilder Riva has established a lasting reputation for building fine luxury vessels, and its recent builds continue this tradition of excellence.

Riva’s 100′ Corsaro (the name means ‘pirate’ in Italian) was unveiled just in time to celebrate the company’s 175th anniversary a few months back. The Corsaro features a sleek and elegant build and a flybridge, in addition to a number of luxe features.

Riva partnered with Officina Italiana Design for the special project, and this effort is on display in the yacht’s sleek and aggressive styling. Some of the most beautiful spaces onboard the Corsaro include the wind-free zone on the flybridge for lounging, and the foredeck for some wind-in-your-hair fun.

Of course, guests will also gravitate toward the main saloon complete with expansive windows, large sliding doors, and a balcony on the port side for fresh air and unparalleled ocean views.

As far as interior configurations go, the 100′ Corsaro has debuted with two different layouts. The first includes a large full-beam media room with guest suites below. The second design has Mediterranean cruising in mind, and features a master suite up forward and the guest cabins below decks.

All that incredible styling and versatility is backed by plenty of power: the 100′ Corsaro’s twin MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines offer a cruising speed of 23 knots and a range of 310 nautical miles.

   
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