Riva Superamerica 48
Riva Superamerica was the first cabin cruiser to be totally projected by Riva Shipyard. She became the flagship of the fiberglass production for about 20 years. She was designed by Barilani under the influence of Carlo Riva and was produced in 251 units from 1972 to 1992. Riva 48 Superamerica, in particular, comes from the parent 42 but has the hull further extended in the aft section and the transom is concave as well as having the helm on the fly in a central position. This 48 Superamerica was produced in 1979 and is one of only 31 built. The boat is in good general condition and has had only 3 owners. Many works have been carried out by the current owner, including: rebuilding of the helmsmen circuit; new fuel hoses for the engines; new control cables; new sea outlets; new wc in the crew's cabin; new internal dinette cushions; maintenance of the engines with replacement of original Cummins components (injectors, turbines, risers). Boat equipped very well (generator, radar, air conditioning, TV, autopilot). More info on request.