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. 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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