Riva 76 Bahamas is a series of Open motor yacht 77ft/23.25m superyachts built in
in Sarnico, La Spezia, Ancona, Italy by Riva.
1 Riva 76 Bahamas yachts was delivered so far, motor yacht 11 in 2019.
Created to a design of Officina Italiana Design, 76 Bahamas has a Planing GRP hull and GRP superstructure driven by 2 x MAN V12 1550/ 2 x MAN V12 1800 engines to a maximum speed of 37 knots while comfortably cruising at 32 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of 5600l/1231gal what allows a yacht to cover 315 nautical miles without the need to refuel. Riva 76 Bahamas has a beam of 5.75m/19ft. The gross tonnage of this Open motor yacht Riva is gross tons. That shows exactly how much interior space this yacht has.
Sometimes you have to choose. Sometimes you can have it all.
If you have ever felt torn between the excitement of an open top yacht and the comfort of a coupe, the Riva 76 Bahamas is the yacht for you. Fitted with the revolutionary, patented “C-Top” system, this offering from the renowned Riva brand can change from open to coupe or vice versa at the touch of a button.
With her classical design fitting seamlessly with this technological innovation, the Riva 76 Bahamas can feel almost as if you own two elegant yachts not one.
“Written into the Riva 76 Bahamas is Riva's current DNA: a perfect synthesis of history and tradition, of innovation and technology, of elegance and performance” says Alberto Galassi, Chief Executive Officer of the Ferretti Group. “The new convertible epitomises the synergy between excellence in yacht design and excellence in naval engineering that has produced a super sports boat. With graceful lines and rich in technical features, it is built using cutting-edge materials and sails like a dream. Owners will enjoy an unforgettable experience thanks to the sophisticated Mediterranean lifestyle offered by this yacht.”
The outcome of a collaborative project between Officina Italiana Design - the studio founded and headed by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta - the Group's Product Strategy Committee and Marketing Department, as well as the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, the yacht is based on the technical platform of the Riva 76 Perseo, Riva’s much-desired coupé model.
The aerodynamic profile of the hull, in Shark Grey with contrasting detailing in Bright Black, features generous hull glazing intersected by the Riva logo in chrome-plated steel.
The engine room is a carry-over from the coupé, as is the layout of the crew cabin, accessed from the cockpit through a compartment built into the sofa on the left. The hatch, the tender launching/landing systems, and the moving features of the beach platform, create a perfect area both technically and for sheer enjoyment.
The layout of the cockpit and helm station, the design of the master suite and lower deck living space, as well as the entire interior styling, have been custom designed for the new convertible.
The spacious cockpit is fitted with a sun pad overlooking the beach platform, and a chaise longue and sofa adjacent to the side companionways. The salon, sheltered behind the windscreen of double-curved laminated glass and polished stainless steel, is the dominant feature on the main deck.
The dining area, situated on the starboard side, is furnished with an L-shaped sofa and a table that seat 8 comfortably.
There is a cabinet on the left, featuring a sink, grill, refrigerator and ice-maker, and a dormeuse deckchair looking out over the stern. The locker underneath houses a practical drawer in teak fitted with two baskets for separate waste collection. Upon request, the unit can be fitted with a retractable TV and a fridge.
The helm station and instrument console extends to starboard. The pilot and co-pilot seats are flanked by a third seat as well as the sliding hatch leading to the lower deck. These seats, custom designed for the new Riva models by Officina Italiana Design, are fitted onto a fibreglass body and fixed to a stainless steel “bridge”, whose particular shape gives a touch of lightness to the overall aesthetic design.
On the lower deck, a full-beam master suite is outfitted with a forward facing double bed and a cabinet to starboard complete with an en suite bathroom subdivided into three areas. In the master lobby, there is a washer-dryer housed inside a practical storage space. On the opposite side, a spacious locker provides extra on-board storage space.
The lounge area features an L-shaped sofa and a glass-topped dining table with steel base. Behind it, there are several storage compartments housing, among other things, audio equipment. The TV screen is positioned in a mirror-panelled bulkhead.
The interior décor enhances the yacht's Mediterranean character: its essence is rift-cut white veneer, embellished with obsidian varnish and leather trim. Stainless steel gives a final touch to the overall style of the Riva 76 Bahamas design, with its stunning combinations of materials and light and dark colour contrasts, a hallmark of the Riva style. The worktops and floors of the galley and bathrooms are in Corian - or marble, on request.
THE NEW “C-TOP”
The aerodynamic roof is made of carbon fibre , a material chosen for its light weight and technical characteristics. The folding mechanism is operated by twin pairs of carbon fibre struts with a polished carbon look finish. When lifted up from the forward cowling, the roof positions itself and hooks onto the windscreen and carbon fibre roll bar in coupé mode, revealing a spacious dinette in the bow. The housing space for the various antennas and satellite systems is built into the roll bar, which also features a striking central “fin” with the stainless steel mast for the navigation lights and antennae fitted around it.
Carbon fibre is also the chosen material for the side covers protecting the retraction compartments for the struts. The electric locking system of the roof, windscreen and roll bar automatically activates once the roof is positioned over the cockpit, thereby completing the normal opening-closing sequence. Based on initial testing the entire movement is completed in approximately 90 seconds