MODEL BOAT RIVA AQUARAMA SPECIAL 125cm ( ivory saddlery) Limited edition of 100 Pieces
Official Riva model Limited editon Numbered of 100 pieces
Exceptionnal model boat of Aquarama Special, lenght : 125cm ( Scale 1:7).
This model boat is built in mahogany exactly as the real boat ( from original plans) with fitting parts built by our jewellers.
In order to obtain a perfectly smooth hull and deck, 10 layers of varnish are applied, intersected with increasingly fine stages of sanding. The final phase consists in applying several layers of gloss varnish to produce a ” mirror effect ” characteristic of these boats.
This is the most exceptionnal Riva model boat with its exclusive licence.
Limited series produced in 100 units.
Double cover with wood box on a pallet for a secure shipping.
Certificate of origin and warranty of 1 year.
Information about this model:
Ref.: R AQUASPE 125 Y
Limited edition: 100 copies
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The history of MODEL BOAT RIVA AQUARAMA SPECIAL 125cm ( ivory saddlery) Limited edition of 100 Pieces
Famous RIVA built from 1972 to 1987 in 278 units and equipped with a pair of 350 hp v8s engines. Riva Aquarama is still the symbol of luxury in nautic world.
The Riva Aquarama Special is the Most famous RIVA built from 1972 to 1987 in 278 units and equipped with a pair of 350 hp v8s engines.
Riva Aquarama is still the symbol of luxury in nautic world.
The most famous Carlo Riva’s designs, the Aquarama was become, over time, more than just a boat. The undisputed flagship of the range, it is celebrated as a nautical legend in its own right, a superlative in beauty, craftsmanship and performance that has rarely been surpassed both on and off the water. Its evocative name perhaps assured its mythical status, and is derived in part from the widescreen Cinerama movie format, popular in the early 1960s, which is echoed by the boat’s wide windshield.
In origin, the Aquarama was a direct descendant of the Tritone, upon whose hull it was based. First built in 1962, it incorporated the open sunbathing area of the Tritone Aperto with several new features, including separate front seats and a central non-slip gangway which allowed easier access to the water at the back. Like the Tritone it was always a twin-engine boat, although the units fitted varied widely, from 185 hp each to 350 hp in the Aquarama Special.
In total 769 boats were built over the course of the Aquarama’s long production run, which only came to an end in 1996. This included 203 Super Aquaramas (built 1963-1971), seven Aquarama Lungo (1972 only, and the longest at 8.7 metres), and 278 Aquarama Special (1972-1996).