|Length 8,30 m||Beam 2,60 m||Draft|
Engine: Riva 320 V8
The most famous of Carlo Riva’s designs, the Aquarama is a luxury runabout built by the Italian yacht builder from 1962 to 1996. This 1970 refurbished beauty is 1 of 203 ever produced in this series.
The hull is sheathed in mahogany and varnished to accentuate the beauty of it’s natural wood grain.
The Aquarama is a direct descendant of the Tritone upon whose hull it was built. It incorporates an open sunbathing area, separate front seats and a central non-slip gangway which allows easy water access at the stern.
Price 550.000 €