• Aquator Marine


Updated: Nov 25, 2021

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The second 50 metre superyacht from Riva, Fifty was launched during a private ceremony at the builder’s Ancona based shipyard in March 2021. Riva’s 50 Metri flagship superyacht was developed by the Riva Superyacht Division anddesigned by Officina Italiana Design in collaboration with Riva’s product strategy committee. Its exterior features materials including mahogany, steel and glass, as well as a “blue-tinged shark grey” colour. With four decks, the Riva 50 Metri can accommodate up to 12 guests, with other features including a sundeck with a Jacuzzi, stern tender garage and foredeck storage area suitable for a pair of Jet Skis.

Launched by German yard Lloyd Werft in Bremerhaven in February in foggy conditions, Solaris is one of the largest superyachts to hit the water in 2021. The 140 metre superyacht first began outfitting in 2018. From what we know so far, Solaris features a total of eight decks, a large helipad, sun deck and spacious beach club aft.

The 23.5 metre expedition sailing yacht Pelagic 77 has been launched and christened Vinson of Antarctica. The vessel has been under construction at KM YachtBuilders since summer 2019. Built for sailing in high latitudes, it has a robust fixed keel and a reinforced hull and deck structure to withstand ice. The yacht is designed by Tony Castro Designand described as an evolution of the 22.5 metre Pelagic Australis. The yacht, which has a beam of 6.2 metres, features interior design using bamboo furniture, with a large pilothouse and comfortable living area and galley aft.