Motoring / Yachts

Rivale Palm Beach

Iconic Italian motoryacht maker Riva will debut its new 52′ Rivale Palm Beach at the Miami Yacht Show this weekend. The boat’s deck and hull are finished in a new color, desert sand, with Roman bronze detailing on the dashboard and signal mast evoking the image of a shark’s flipper. Inside the cabins, the walls […]

Feb 14, 2009 | By Anakin

Iconic Italian motoryacht maker Riva will debut its new 52′ Rivale Palm Beach at the Miami Yacht Show this weekend.

The boat’s deck and hull are finished in a new color, desert sand, with Roman bronze detailing on the dashboard and signal mast evoking the image of a shark’s flipper.

Inside the cabins, the walls and furniture are made of luminous elm, embellished with topstitched natural-grain leather, for a soft, dark contrast to the Roman bronze lacquering.

Despite its compact looking size, the yacht has space enough for two guest cabins other than the owner’s – the master cabin that is located at the vessel’s bow, and a bathroom.

The Rivale Palm Beach is equipped with two 1100-hp Man engines for a top speed of 40 knots and a range of 260 nautical miles at cruising speed.

At $2.46 million, the Rivale Palm Beach is available through Riva’s US dealer, Allied Marine. Via affluentpageluxuryindex


 
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