Riva reveals 68’ Diable
Ferretti Group has unveiled details of Riva’s upcoming 68’ Diable, which will be among the larger models in its Open range.
Riva has revealed the 68’ Diable, which is a development of the former Diable, which itself was based on the Riva Super America hull. The 68’ Diable sits in Riva’s Open range of yachts, which spans the 27ft Iseo to the 88’ Florida.
Like all Riva yachts in the last 27 years, the 68’ Diable is designed by Mauro Micheli – the founder of Officina Italiana Design with Sergio Beretta – in partnership with Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee led by Piero Ferrari and its Engineering Department.
A new hard top has a clean, linear design that hides the technical and technological equipment from sight. It covers the central part of the yacht including the dining area and the helm station, and features a sunroof with a two-way opening mechanism.
The cockpit features two big sunpads, comprising a chaise-longue at the water’s edge and one that can be shaded, along with the dining area, by an automatic bimini system built into the hard top.
The lower deck features a versatile social area with a galley and dinette, plus three en-suite guest cabins – a master cabin midships, a twin to port and a VIP forward.
Ferretti Group has installed a cinematically-inspired pop-up Riva Lounge at Art Central.