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Introducing a new Ferretti group yacht, the Riva Vertigo 63'

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Elegance, harmony, style. These are the most suitable adjectives for describing the Open 63' Vertigo.

Once again, Riva and Officina Italiana Design accepted the challenge of reinterpreting the "Open" concept. The resulting yacht features the style of all the yard's products. Innovative and different to its predecessors, this yacht features elegance and design. 63' Vertigo's aristocratic lines barely conceal its spirited character.

The harmoniously slender profile is emphasised by the roll-bar design, creating a large open area to the rear of the cockpit, accentuating its gritty spirit. The stanchion too – a design masterpiece – adapts perfectly to the new 63' Vertigo's line and philosophy. This newly conceived "Open", which optimises the space available and guarantees total comfort, features a range of new solutions, such as the comfortable sofa running on two tracks towards the table to its left, transforming the cockpit into an elegant outdoor salon. Moreover, the elegant, aerodynamic hard-top provides full sun protection, plus natural ventilation thanks to openings on both sides and above. The central command position naturally sports last generation navigation instruments and the command seat – an example of the very latest technology recalling the Rivarama seat – can transform from a one seater to a three seater in just a few seconds.

Below deck, natural light filters through large "arrow-shaped" side windows similar to those of the68' Ego. The alternate use of light oak and darker wengé for the walls and furniture gives 63' Vertigo a further touch of modernity without foregoing Riva's distinctive elegance. The spacious interiors simply exude comfort, and the salon is large enough to accommodate a plate-glass table seating eight, and still leave plenty of room for the galley to the left. The owner's cabin is astern port side in the standard model, set slightly lower than the other two. This creates more room for the guest cabin, also on port side, mid-ships. The bunks are arranged in an original "L-shape", and the cabin features a spacious wardrobe under the upper bed. The owner's and the VIP cabin, placed at bow, have en-suite bathrooms, whilst the day bathroom is directly opposite the guest cabin.

Set between the SportRiva 56' and 68' Ego Super, 63' Vertigo is the largest craft currently being built at the Sarnico shipyard.

Riva Yachts

Building on a legend

1842. Lake d’Iseo. A sudden storm wreaks what appears to be irreparable havoc: damaged boats, disheartened fishermen with no means with which to work. But a skilled young carpenter, newly arrived in the area from Laglio on Lake Como, accomplishes a miracle, managing to repair most of the boats, earning himself the esteem and admiration of the people of the town.

This is how the Riva story began - from a man who became the master of his own destiny. The skilled carpenter was Pietro Riva, who had just arrived in Sarnico. Pietro opened his shipyard here, where it all began. This is where the very first Riva creations were built, yachts like nobody had ever seen before. Riva quickly became a well-known, highly esteemed company and the shipyard’s work continued to prosper under the management of Ernesto Riva, who succeeded his father. Ernesto introduced technical innovations which raised the quality of what was still artisan production.

He was also the person whose intuition led him to fit internal-combustion engines on the yachts. This was the period during which Riva produced large boats for transporting people and goods over the lake.

After the Great War, Serafino Riva made his mark on how the company would continue to be organised, transforming the shipyard’s esteemed products into a true brand, one which would go down in history. Resolutely putting the tiller hard over, production veered away from transportation towards motorboating, still at its very beginnings at that time. Spanning the 20s and 30s, the Riva family broke a number of records, winning several victories with its speedboats too, in both national and international competitions.

The 50s were Carlo Riva’s years, and those of pleasure boating, of the brand which had become a synonym for elegance, status and perfection. Materials chosen only from the very best available, painstaking care taken over detail, decades worth of artisan experience. Riva creations are an object of desire for kings and queens from all countries, as well as actors and actresses, sports champions, businesspeople and celebrities of all kinds. Still today, these jewels hold the glamour of that time in the past, with its paparazzi, scarved, sunglassed divas, romantic escapades on the water, cover love affairs, timeless luxury and elegance. Because Riva is passion and creation. As it was yesterday, it will be forever.

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