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Riva Yachts for Sale
Celebrated shipyard Riva, was established in 1842 by Pietro Riva, and was owned by the family up until 1989. Riva yachts are known the world over for their quality craftsmanship, sleek design and unrivaled reputation. They are renowned builders of runabouts and motor yachts ranging in size from 27 to 164 feet. Learn more about the builder below, and search for Riva yachts for sale by length, price, year, and more.
Riva yachts’ original shipyard was 118,000+ square feet and located in Sarnico on Lake Iseo near Bergamo, Italy. The first boats built there were commercial. By 1920, the yard switched gears and began constructing pleasure yachts and racing boats. In the ‘50s, a series of wood-based designs turned the Riva Yacht brand into a status symbol for the affluent and celebrities. The Sarnico yard produced 27 to 66-foot models. Over the decades, Riva Yachts added two more shipyards: The 42,650-square-foot La Spezia (2004) for yachts ranging from 76 to 110 feet; and Ancona (2018), a 465,000-square-foot yard that launched Riva Race – a 164-foot super-yacht.
In 1962, Carlo Riva in collaboration with designer/architect Giorgio Barilani launched Aquarama – the instant classic that would go on to become the face of the company. It was also in the late ‘60s that Riva Yachts began constructing fiberglass vessels, starting with the day cruiser Bahia Mar 20 and the cabin cruiser Sport Fisherman 25.
As popular as the Riva Yacht composite models were, the company continued to build wooden runabouts until 1996. In 1989, the British Vickers Group bought Riva Yachts, and in 2000, Ferretti Group, an Italian multinational shipbuilding company headquartered in Forlì, took over the Riva brand.
Established - 1842 | Location - Sarnico, Italy | Construction - Wooden, Fiberglass Composite with Carbon Fiber Reinforcement