Riva’s second 50 metre superyacht Fifty has been delivered to its owners after launching in March this year. The yacht’s design by Officiana Italiana Design was inspired by the classic 1940s era Carlo Riva motor yachts. With a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the Riva 50 Metri’s exterior features materials including mahogany, steel and glass, as well as a “blue-tinged shark grey” colour. Spread across four decks, the Riva 50 Metri features accommodation for a total of 12 guests in five cabins, including a main deck master.
Standout new superyacht deliveries
Top Five II
Dutch yard Royal Hakvoort’s 61 metre Top Five II was delivered after completing sea trials. Commissioned by a “passionate owner”, Top Five II was sold in co-operation with Moran Yacht & Ship. The yacht’s exterior and interior comes from Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design while naval architecture is courtesy of Diana Yacht Design. The yacht features a number of standout superyacht features including a cinema room, large tender and toy store, upper deck swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and a firepit on the sun deck.
The sixth hull in Mangusta’s Oceano 43 series was delivered to its owners and named Cecile B after being sold by Camper and Nicholsons International earlier this year. Penned by Alberto Mancini, the 43 metre yacht was fully customised by “passionate owners” and includes a forward infinity pool. Power comes from a pair of MTU 12V 2000 M86 1700hp, driving Cecile B to top speeds of 16 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 11 knots.
Cantiere delle Marche's first 40 metre RJ 130 explorer superyacht named RJ departed on its maiden voyage around the Mediterranean in August. Constructed by the yard in steel and aluminium, the yacht sports a design by Francesco Paszkowski and was first launched in January 2021. Powered by twin MTU 10V2000M72 engines, RJ has a top speed of 14.5 knots and a range of 5,500 nautical miles when cruising at nine knots. Accommodation is for 12 guests in five suites and seven crew in four cabins.
Italian yard Baglietto delivered 48 metre Lion, the third hull in their displacement traditional line, to a South American owner. With an exterior penned by Francesco Paszkowski Design, the yacht was constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure while offering “impressive volumes and unique outside areas,” according to the yard. Camper and Nicholsons International oversaw the construction of the yacht, while also acting as the owner’s technical advisor.