Riva is delighted to announce the sale of three Riva 88 Domino Super yachts. This is a pretty new model only introduced to the world in May and two months later the yard can say they have contracts for three Riva 88' Domino Super new builds.
The yachts will be delivered to different parts of the world too. One is expected to go to a European client, one to an Asian-Pacific customer and the other to a Middle Eastern client. Ferretti Group’s Chief Commercial Officer, Stefano de Vivo, utters his sentiments on the achievement. "“The official presentation of the 88’ Domino Super at the Yacht Club de Monaco was a very exciting moment and now, we can surely say that event was the starting point of what is already a commercial success. Less than two months after, Riva and the Ferretti Group are proud to announce the sale of three yachts”The 88’ superyacht Domino Super boasts plenty of new design solutions, including the new sun deck, which enhances the yacht’s sporty character while providing its guests with additional comfort; the large continuous hull glazing, ensuring a truly aggressive look; as well as the restyled aft area, which adds the final touch to the yacht’s dynamic personality. The aft swimming platform, which can be lowered into the sea, makes diving into the water and getting back onboard much easier, as well as enhancing tender launching and haulage operations. In the standard version, the 88’ luxury yacht Domino Super is fitted with twin MTU 16V 2000 M93, 2435 Mhp diesels, achieving a top speed of 38-knots and a cruising speed of 34-knots. As an option, two MTU 16V 2000 M94, 2638 Mhp engines can be installed instead, delivering the yacht a thrilling top speed of up to 40-knots and a cruising speed of 35-knots.