Riela

    Riela is the seventh of Perini Navi’s popular 56-meter series, designed by Ron Holland for the Italian shipyard. Holland’s mandate was to design a yacht that sailed well but in extreme comfort. Riela, with a displacement of 545 tons and total sail area of 15,000 square feet, serves both missions. The yacht also has a large flybridge with a sunning area and dining table for social gatherings. Interior designer Remi Tessier used woods like macassar, ebony, wenge, and teak, along with leather and other materials, to create a contemporary interior fit for this king of sailboats.

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