Riva 90 Argo yacht was recently the protagonist of an eye-catching moment when she first premiered in a small trip to the marina in front of the Kimpton Epic hotel in Miami. Let’s have a closer look at this unique vessel that made some heads turn in curiosity!
This is one of Ferreti’s latest prodigies when it comes to yachts and curiously they’ve chosen Miami to premiere the Riva 90 Argo yacht instead of opting for their usual spots in Italy, the Netherlands or in the UK. According to Alberto Galassi, Ferretti Group’s CEO, they currently view Miami as being one of the most important elements of their American market.
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Up on the forepeak of the Riva 90 Argo yacht, you can find a stunning U Shaped sofa and at the main deck aft you can find the perfect environment for socializing: this is an area complete with sofas, seats, a bar, and a table all of which was designed by Italian designer Paola Lenti.
Galassi has also given the main reason why the company decided to name this new Riva model Argo:
“We named it after the Argo, which was the vessel of the famous Argonauts and the first-ever ship to sail the seas. It is also the Italian name for Argos, which is one of the largest cities in Greece.”
Indeed the majestic style of the Riva 90 Argo yacht that presents herself as a perfect fusion of style, luxury and technology is a good example of Ferreti’s quality when it comes to yacht conceptions. She has a total of four staterooms: a main-deck master suite, a VIP suite down below (complete with elements such as a king-size berth, sofa, desk, and bath), a double guest stateroom and a convertible cabin.
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The interior decoration of the Riva 90 Argo yacht is fully composed of materials such as natural wood, real leathers, and stone. Both in the outside and on the inside of the ship you will be able to find shiny chrome insets and black-lacquered overheads in many of the furniture placed all throughout the inside of the vessel.