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Asia’s First Riva 76’ Perseo Super

The Super edition of the Riva 76’ Perseo has arrived in Hong Kong, where the Sportfly model is available for immediate delivery.

Jul 04, 2023 | By John Higginson
The Riva 76’ Perseo Super can reach 37 knots

The first Riva 76’ Perseo Super in Asia-Pacific has arrived in Hong Kong, where it was photographed in Victoria Harbour and on the south side of Hong Kong Island. A world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2021, the Super edition (click for article) is the heir to the Riva 76’ Perseo, described as “the best-loved Riva sportfly of recent years”.

“It proposes new aesthetic solutions, combined with unprecedented functional design features, achieving excellence in terms of onboard liveability and performance,” Ferretti Group Asia-Pacific stated of the new model. “With the yacht’s arrival in Hong Kong in time for the summer season, interested buyers are in for a big splash as it is up for sale and available immediately.”

Photographed in Hong Kong harbour

The 76’ Perseo Super sits in the middle of Riva’s three-model Sportfly range, between the 66’ Ribelle and 88’ Folgore, and offers dynamic performance on the water. Powered by the upgraded option of two MAN 12V 1800hp engines, the 23m sport yacht has a top speed of 37 knots and a cruising speed of 32 knots with a 315nm range.

The long aft cockpit has a C-shaped sofa with a table facing an L-shaped sofa to starboard, while the extensive foredeck has a protected seating area and a triple sunpad in the bow. The sportfly starts aft with a central triple sunpad connected to a forward-facing sofa, while forward are aft-facing chaise longues either side of a central helm seat.

The saloon and dining area

The saloon features a long L-shaped sofa to starboard and an L-shaped sofa to port, where there’s also a dining table and chairs. The lower deck includes a galley to starboard, a full-beam master suite midships, VIP in the bow, guest cabin to starboard and either a fourth cabin – as on the Hong Kong unit – or a lower lounge to port.

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