Riva 50 Metri is a series of Superyacht 164ft/50m superyachts built in
in Sarnico, La Spezia, Ancona, Italy by Riva.
3 Riva 50 Metri yachts were delivered so far, with the first of these series, motor yacht Fora in 2023, followed by 2019 Race, 2021 Fifty.
Created to a design of Officina Italiana Design, 50 Metri has a Displacement Steel hull and Aluminium superstructure driven by 2 x MTU Iron Man 8v 4000 M63 engines to a maximum speed of 15 knots while comfortably cruising at 14 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of 48500l/10660gal what allows a yacht to cover nautical miles without the need to refuel. Riva 50 Metri has a beam of 9m/30ft. The gross tonnage of this Superyacht Riva is gross tons. That shows exactly how much interior space this yacht has.
Riva 50 Metri can accommodate up to 10 people in 5 elegant staterooms to be assisted by a total of 9 crew members with 5 cabins for crew members.
Riva 50 mt realises the dream of Carlo Riva who, in the 1960s and ‘70s, driven by his brilliantly ambitious desire to exceed every limit, created the famous Caravelle and Atlantic series steel motor yachts of which Riva 50 mt is the worthy heir, with her peerless standards of aesthetics, style and innovation.
At 50 meters long and with a maximum beam of 9 meters, she offers an outstanding experience at sea, featuring comfort, elegance, care over detail and exceptional yacht building expertise. These are values that have made Riva a legend in the international yachting world. The masterpiece from Riva Supers Division is a cutting-edge work of naval engineering, bringing together the most advanced technological solutions and unmistakable styling to satisfy the refined tastes and demanding expectations of her Italian owner.
Majestic in her elegance, Riva 50 mt is a product of the partnership between Officina Italiana Design, the firm headed by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta that designs the entire Riva range on an exclusive basis and the engineering team selected to design the new Riva super yachts with the Ferretti Group Product Strategy Committee.