Riva’s second 50 metre superyacht Fifty has been delivered to its owner after first hitting the water at a private ceremony in March.
It comes as the Italian builder used the Cannes Yachting Festival to announce that the third hull in the series has been sold and is now under construction in Italy.
Speaking about Fifty, Ferretti Group chief executive Alberto Galassi previously said: “Fifty is the demonstration that we Italians know how to imagine and realise masterpieces like no one else in the world. And at this difficult time, my thanks goes to everyone whose skills and efforts have helped build this magnificent ship.”
Reminiscent of the classic Carlo Riva motor yachts, Riva’s 50 Metri flagship superyacht was designed by Officina Italiana Design in collaboration with Riva’s product strategy committee and developed by the Riva Superyacht Division.
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.
Other features include a sundeck with a Jacuzzi, stern tender garage and foredeck storage area suitable for a pair of Jet Skis. The galley is located on the lower deck, while a central dumb waiter services all four decks.