RIVA 90’ ARGO
The latest addition to the new flybridge generation has written an exciting chapter in the Riva story with its extremely sizeable spaces, new cockpit layout and double master cabin.
In addition to boasting a mythological name, the new Riva 90’ Argo has already secured a legendary status thanks to its innovation and design. With a length of 28.49 metres (93’6’’) and a beam of 6.50 metres (21’4’’), the fantastic creation is based on a brand new naval project that combines and enhances the strengths of its two Riva predecessors, the
100’ Corsaro and 110’ Dolcevita. In its standard configuration, the Riva 90’ comes with twin MTU 12V 2000 M96L engines with a power of 1948 MHP each. This enables it to reach a cruising speed of 22 knots and a maximum speed of 26 knots. Alternatively, two other types of engines are available. The vessel boasts two stabilizing fins and it is also possible to install Seakeeper anti-roll gyroscopes, as found on the first unit. One particularly innovative feature is Twin Disc’s E-Steer solution with Dual Bus and Speed Sensing technology: the electronic steering system uses reliable hydraulic power to control the rudders dynamically and independently. They are moved into the ideal angles at all speeds, thus maintaining speed during turns and improving handling.
Combine with an inborn thrust towards innovative design, technology and aesthetics, Pershing launched its new Pershing 140, the brand’s new flagship and the first Pershing to be manufactured in aluminium.
The new 140-foot yacht is the first Pershing manufactured at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona. Developed into 3 spacious decks, the new flagship emanates prowess on water, showcasing the “thrill” that only Pershing can offer. The project’s philosophy is based on the will to maintain Pershing’s unequalled performance, albeit with different class weights and dimensions: those of a superyacht. The hull platform was specifically designed for high performance, featuring excellent hydrodynamic capabilities at high speeds and the propulsion of 4 MTU 16V2000 M96L engines, each of 2,600 HP, thus achieving the target of taking the first 43.30-metre LOA Pershing superyacht to a top speed of 38 knots.
Pershing 140 is not only the brand’s first superyacht to boast outstanding performance; it is also the first to feature a raised cockpit directly connected to the sun deck; the first to have an owner-dedicated area on the main deck and the first to maximise the enjoyability of all the decks and outdoor areas. This achievement was made possible by joining them all into a beach club area, which becomes expandable thanks to three-fold-out sides.