It comes after the yacht completed sea trials after hitting the water for the first time in February.
Commissioned by a keen charterer of Feadship yachts, the owner of Viva was keen to keep the environmental impact of Viva at the same as his previous 62 metre Feadship superyacht.
One key environmental feature is the hybrid propulsion system, which will allow Viva to travel at 12 knots on diesel-electric power and 20 knots under traditional diesel power.
The yacht also features a waste treatment plant and heat recovering systems on board. Viva is characterised by “great edifices” of glass, according to the yard, including floor-to-ceiling windows.
Elsewhere, Viva features a 14 metre beam, allowing it to accommodate the largest tender and boast the longest hull doors ever seen on a Feadship.