As the successor to Riva’s best-selling 100’ Corsaro, the 102’ Corsaro Super is set to become a firm favourite for the admirers of the veteran Italian brand.
Featuring redesigned exteriors, interiors and an impressive extended beach club at the stern, the new 31m vessel is a masterpiece of yacht design, believed by the shipyard to be, ‘ready to leave a glorious mark in the history of the flybridge range.’
Founders of Officina Italiana Design, Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta, partnered with the Strategic Product Committee, led by Mr Piero Ferrari, and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, to create the incredible new features of the 102’ Corsaro Super.
Notably, the superstructure and hull of the new series has been completely redesigned in line with a more contemporary sport concept; to allow for both a strong, sleek profile, as well as improved aerodynamic qualities.
‘Functionality, maximum liveability and ever more direct contact with the water’ are the fundamental components of the yard’s new yacht design. Highlighted as an example of this, is the option to install customised gunwales that swing outwards on both sides of the main deck, to create more space through exclusive terraces that offer panoramic views. The redesigned stern of the main deck now offers 35sqm of beach club dedicated simply to comfort and fun.
102’ Corsaro Super offers five cabins across three spacious decks where ten guests can comfortably reside onboard. The exterior space of 100sqm, and luxurious interior that boasts over 140sqm of expansive windows and glass surfaces, work together to provide guests with a true feeling of being at one with the sea.
Inside, owners can choose between two different configurations: one with a focus on dining space and a smaller, central lounge, and the other with an emphasis on a grand lounge and seating area, alongside a more central dining space. Lavish Canaletto walnut finishes and warm tones are juxtaposed against satin effect titanium ceilings or glass surfaces: illustrating the boundless personality of the vessel.
At the request of the owner, the Riva 102’ Corsaro Super can be fitted with MTU 16V 2000 M96 engines for a top speed of 26 knots or MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines for an outstanding top speed of over 28 knots.
We would like to congratulate Riva and all those involved in this exceptional launch, and we are looking forward to seeing her debut in September.