The Group will arrive at the Miami Yacht Show with a majestic fleet of 15 boats, including two fantastic American premières: Riva 100’ Corsaro and Riva 66′ Ribelle.
All eyes will be on Ferretti Group at the Miami Yacht Show, the second show of the nautical season, scheduled from February 14th to 18th. The most glamorous exhibition in the United States, now in its 31st edition, will be held this year for the first time in a new exclusive location, at the One Herald Plaza.
Ferretti Group will present in Miami, in absolute preview for the American market, Riva 66’ Ribelle, the new sport-fly that commanded the Cannes Yachting Festival and Boot Düsseldorf 2019, and Riva 100′ Corsaro, the first model of the Riva flybridge range, together with Riva 110’ Dolcevita and Riva 90′ Argo.
The two previews will be the headlining stars of the incredible fleet, composed of 15 models that are the best expression of Ferretti Group style, innovation and nautical excellence:
- Ferretti Yachts 450, Ferretti Yachts 670, Ferretti Yachts 850 and Ferretti Yachts 920.
- Rivamare, Riva 56’ Rivale, Riva 76’ Perseo and Riva 88’ Florida.
- Pershing 5X and Pershing 9X, masterpieces of the ‘X Generation’ range, Pershing 70 and Pershing 82.
- Navetta 33 Custom Line.The two amazing premières, Riva 100’ Corsaro and Riva 66′ Ribelle, will be displayed together with the Riva 88′ Florida at Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina, the second location for the Miami Yacht Show, on Watson Island. Newly added to the show for 2019, Island Gardens can host yachts up to 400 feet.Also at the Miami Yacht Show, Ferretti Group renews its collaboration with Italian and international luxury brands.
The Italian winery La Scolca offers an excellent wine selection; Pommery, provides guests with a fine selection of champagne; Seabob exhibits its limited edition sea toys; Mr. C Coconut Grove, due to open their doors in March, joins us daily from 4pm until 6pm (3pm until 5pm on Monday), offering guests their Bellini signature drink; Luxury Living, handles the interior design of the Custom Line Navetta 33 on display with Frette, which handles the owner’s cabin décor; the private jet company Fontainebleau Aviation; Ferretti Group’s historic partner Poltrona Frau; and Slam, supplier of Ferretti Group crew uniforms.