Riva’s New 39-Foot Rivamare Promises to Be an Instant Classic

While aesthetically classic, Rivamare is thoroughly modern as well, with twin 400 hp Volvo engines that give it a top speed of 40 knots. A joystick control turns Rivamare into a nimble tiger in tight-quarter maneuvers, but the joystick can also be used instead of the steering wheel for offshore running. The helm station is an ensemble of touchpad screens set into a carbon-fiber backdrop. At the cockpit are forward seats for a captain, a first mate, and a friend, plus a mahogany table and C-shaped lounge just behind. One of its signature details is the wraparound windshield and the sunning area behind the cockpit. Click here to read more!

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