The 33.5-metre Riva motor yacht Starfire has been sold in an in-house deal with Sean Fenniman of Allied Marine representing both buyer and seller.
Starfire was delivered early in 2023 as a 110 Dolcevita – the largest of Riva's fibreglass range – and was one of the newest pre-owned Riva yachts available on the sales market. Her design is the fruit of a collaboration between Ferretti Group Engineering and Officina Italiana Design.
Starfire's hull and superstructure are finished in "Regal Silver" with gloss black details. Five cabins accommodate a party of ten guests in a master suite and four VIP cabins. Finishes include leather bulkheads with lacquered inserts, soft carpeted soles, marble in bathrooms and high-gloss wooden deckheads. There are three well-equipped cabins for crew.
An exterior helm station is positioned on the flybridge, complementing the interior helm that sports a guest seating area. The sundeck offers al fresco dining, lounging and a sit-up bar, under the arch, as well as a large sunbathing deck aft. On the foredeck a sunpad moves to reveal a substantial Jacuzzi, well out of sight of onlookers when moored stern-to in port. A further al fresco dining option is on the aft deck.
Her broker said: "She is a great creation in every sense – for her breathtaking visual impact, for her peerless blend of aesthetics, amenity and high technology, and for the elite cruising experience she bestows."
The RINA-classed yacht is driven by twin 2,638hp MTU diesels, with just 146 hours on them. She has a top speed of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. The specification is comprehensive with every item imaginable listed, from electronics and underwater lights to towels and bed linens. Stabilisers underway and at zero speed add to the comfort.
Starfire was asking $16,999,000.