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RIVA 86' DOMINO - Synonymous with elegance
The history of the Riva boatyard began with Pietro Riva in 1842 on Lake Iseo in Sarnico, Italy. It continued with Ernesto, followed by Serafino, and lastly Carlo, who created a style that made a name for itself all over the world as a synonym of elegance and impeccable taste…
RIVA’s story is one of pure Italian style, a history of pleasure boating. Riva continues to be synonymous all over the world with style, beauty, innovation, design and quality. The Riva family now consists of eleven beautifully crafted models 33 to 115 feet (10 to 35 metres) including five mega yachts, the 68’ Ego Super, the 75’ Venere, the 85’ Opera Super, the 115’ Athena, 92’ Duchessa and the novelty for nautical season 2010/2011, the 86’ Domino. Riva introduced their newest yacht for the 2010/2011 season – the 86’ Domino. The clean, streamlined curves of this 26 metre open boat will impress any Riva novice. Its well-balanced beauty conveys her special personality which characterises all Riva models.
This model is enhanced by the new Metallic Ice colour covering hull and deckhouse, creating a spectacular, high-impact effect. Designed for owners who love sporty lines which in no way affect the yacht’s simple style, the Riva 86’ Domino is an evolution of the 63’ Vertigo and 68’ Ego Super models. Guests can enjoy much more space as well as a number of different areas for socialising, characteristics which make this yacht ideal for both long cruises and daily life at sea.
Riva yachts are featured in many of the James Bond movies as well as regularly gracing the covers of the leading international lifestyle magazines from the 1950’s through to today. These sleek and stylish yachts have been the boat of choice throughout the years for glamorous celebrities.
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