FrontRunners: Good Game

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The Riva 86 Domino (www.riva-yacht.com), which at press time was scheduled to debut at the Cannes International Boat & Yacht Show in September, illustrates the domino effect at work for the Italian yacht maker: The boat’s Metallic Ice hull color and sweeping black windshield advance the futuristic look that Riva recently introduced with its 63 Vertigo and 68 Ego Super models. In the 86 Domino’s master stateroom, the entire side bulkhead is designed as a picture window onto the sea. Equipped with twin 2,435 hp MTU diesels, the boat can reach speeds as high as 38 knots.

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