Two Riva 102’ Corsaro Super yachts sold to Hong Kong
Asia’s second and third hulls of the Riva 102’ Corsaro Super will be arriving in Hong Kong following sales by Starship Yachts.
The first Riva 102’ Corsaro Super in Hong Kong is expected to arrive in spring 2024 and is expected to be followed by another hull in spring 2025, following sales by local dealer Starship Yachts. Ferretti Group Asia Pacific confirmed the yachts are the second and third units sold in Asia, and will follow the upcoming delivery of a hull to Taiwan through Amal Yachting.
Launched last year during Riva’s 180th anniversary before its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the 102’ Corsaro Super is the successor to the 100’ Corsaro, which had its global debut in Hong Kong in April 2017.
Built at Riva’s La Spezia shipyard, the original Corsaro spearheaded the builder’s currently Flybridge series – which includes the new 82’ Diva, 90’ Argo, 110’ Dolcevita and 130’ Bellissima – and was followed by the steel-hulled 50Metri and all-aluminium 54Metri in build at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.
Like all Riva models for the past two decades, the 102’ Corsaro Super is a collaboration between Officina Italiana Design founders Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta, Ferretti Group’s Strategic Product Committee led by Piero Ferrari, and its Engineering Department.
Featuring an overall length of 30.24m (99ft 3in) and a beam of 6.70m (22ft 0in), the Corsaro Super features a complete design makeover of the superstructure, based on a sporty concept and more generous dimensions, and including new glass fashion plates aft to improve aerodynamics.
A new-look beach club covers more than 35sqm and features a lowered 15sqm swim platform, contributing to almost 100sqm of outdoor social space for guests.
The saloon is available in two layouts, while options include fold-down bulwark balconies on either side. Forward, the main-deck master suite features redesigned, extended 2m-long windows, while the lower deck includes plus four en-suite guest cabins and crew quarters.
The Riva 102’ Corsaro Super has a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 23 knots with twin 2,435mhp MTU 16V 2000 M96 engines, while the optional 2,638mhp MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines deliver a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.