The Riva 130’ Bellissima has an LOA of 40 metres and a planing hull. It also spans three full decks. And despite being a widebody, it still comes in under the 300 GT mark.
The Bellissima stands out for its strikingly sleek, sporty lines and generous fluid spaces. Needless to say, it also boasts the effortless formal balance that is a signature of all Riva’s models. The Bellissima is characterised by three simple lines along its profile and hull: its hull windows run like a deft upward black pencil stroke along its silvery flank while the signature reverse-angle windshield lends it a unique profile.
Carbon fibre, steel and glass characterise the entire exterior design.
The flagship also has a new exterior stern concept: now lower and open to the sea, this area is divided into a large beach club and a generous cockpit that offers over 60 square metres of liveable space. The interiors are elegant, refined and beautifully timeless with steel, polished wood and leather all combining to evoke the unique Riva style. Large windows underscore the abundance of natural light in the main and upper deck spaces, affording magnificent panoramic views as well as those bright interiors.
On the main deck, the saloon is wrapped in glass and light, yielding 270-degree views and ceiling heights of over two metres. It is a space that plays effortlessly with the transparency of luxury glass and the rich gleam of polished rosewood. A dramatic inside stairs does not simply connect main and lower deck – it doubles as a standout architectural element in its own right.