The Devil wears Riva

The latest creation to come from the Riva shipyards, the 68’ Diable, has been presented by the brand as “a new star” in the highly competitive under 70-foot open yacht market. SoBARNES gives you a sneak preview from Lake Iseo (Italy).

It will make its grand entrance at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September. But SoBARNES couldn't wait for this nautical version of cotillion to give you a peek, given that it’s already making waves as a flagship innovation. This is the 68’ Diable ("devil" in French). Sporty, elegant and innovative in both its design and technical features, it also embodies all of Riva’s DNA. In other words a concoction of craftsmanship and top-quality performance.

Suffice it to say that from the moment it touched the water for the first time on Lake Iseo in late July, it made a splash.

The most striking innovation on the 68’ Diable comes in the form of its built-in hard top that shelters the central areas, in particular the dining area and the helm station on the main deck. The result is total coverage and maximum comfort, without sacrificing the enjoyment and sportiness of this 70-foot yacht with a top speed of 40 knots. And the design is an outright success.

Another feature set to turn heads is the sunroof that can be opened in two directions (forwards and reverse) for maximum liveability and comfort on the move.

The layout of the lower deck features three double cabins arranged around a living space equipped with a kitchen. The master cabin is amidships, with the twin cabin with single beds to port and the VIP cabin forward. It goes without saying that the 6 passengers lucky enough to board the 68’ Diable will be travelling in the utmost luxury. We’ll learn more at the Cannes Yachting Festival (( from 7 to 12 September 2021, where it will naturally be one of the big talking points. Riva’s not wrong, a star is born.

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