Cannes 2012: Riva 63 Virtus

The Riva 63 Virtus, the largest open yacht produced by the shipyard to date, is the product of the long-standing, close working relationship between Officina Italiana Design and Advanced Yacht Technology, Ferretti’s research and design center.
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The Riva 63 Virtus, the largest open yacht produced by the shipyard to date, is the product of the long-standing, close working relationship between Officina Italiana Design and Advanced Yacht Technology, Ferretti’s research and design center.

The Riva 63 Virtus, the largest open yacht produced by the shipyard to date, is the product of the long-standing, close working relationship between Officina Italiana Design and Advanced Yacht Technology, Ferretti’s research and design center. While the 63-foot Vertigo inspired the lines, but the Virtus’ design has expanded the available living area with spacious zones dedicated to outdoor relaxation. The deck is protected by a large, electro-hydraulically operated bimini, which can be kept open while the boat is running. Featuring twin 1,341hp MAN V12 engines, the yacht delivers a top speed of 40 knots and a 35-knot cruise speed—thanks to the hull equipped with direct shaft line tunnel propulsion—and stellar looks.

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LOA: 64ft. 2in. (19.57m)
Beam: 15ft. 9in. (4.8m)
Fuel capacity: 845gal. (3,200L)
Fresh water capacity: 174 gal. (660L)
Engines: 2 x 1,341hp MAN V12 @ 2,300 rpm

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