Its latest prodigy, the 102 Corsaro Super, is the epitome of elegance, comfort, quality and refinement, with several lounges and five cabins
The Italian shipyard Riva, in La Spezia, has been a world leader in yachting for more than half a century. To celebrate its 180th birthday, the 102 Corsaro Super was launched in May 2022. This flybridge superyacht exudes beauty, style and refinement from bow to stern and port to starboard.
It boasts stunning Italian design by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta at Officina Italiana Design. Its 30 metres with a 7- metre beam lends it a sleek, elegant silhouette. New glass side plates at the stern make it even more aerodynamic.
The maker’s reputation for luxury finishes can be seen in every detail of the yacht, ensuring an out-of-this-world sailing experience. The sophisticated wood, chrome and leather interiors reflect the unmistakable Riva style. It also has a sense of spaciousness with space optimised compared to its predecessor, the 100 Corsaro. It has several lounges, two dining rooms, five cabins (three standards for crew) and six bathrooms.
The Riva 102 Corsaro Super is driven by two MTU 16V 2000 M96 engines, each with a power output of 2,435 mph (hp) capable of reaching a maximum speed of 26 knots (48,152 km/h).