Taking its name from the ancient name of Lake Iseo, on whose shores the Cantieri Riva stood, the Sebino is a compact and simple boat, five meters long with an open sundeck behind the front bench, a precedent for the deck designs of the later Junior and Olympic. She was the first boat that Carlo Riva designed for series production in a single project, and in this way a forerunner of the range of boats that he followed. All 119 boats built were powered by Chris Craft 60-horsepower engines, the supply of which she secured during a visit to the United States in 1952. She was replaced by the Florida in 1957.
This rare vintage boat is to be considered a 'project', complete with all original accessories, except for the steering wheel, but completely to be restored and with the engine to be overhauled.