FIGURATI

2021 Riva

Motor Yacht FIGURATI for Charter with SuperYachtsMonaco

FIGURATI

FIGURATI has just been launched and will be available to charter starting from summer 2021 in the Western Mediterranean.

 

From €120,000 - 135,000 per week

  • Length 33.53m / 110ft
  • Number of guests 11
  • Guest cabins 5
  • Region Western Mediterranean
  • Builder Riva
  • Cruising speed 23 knots
  • GRT 219
  • Max speed 26 knots
  • Number of crew 5
  • Draft 1.99m
  • Beam 7.27m
  • Range 430nm
  • Hull material GRP

Stand out features

  • A brand new Riva 110 Dolcevita to be delivered early 2021
  • Top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 23 knots
  • Master on main deck, 2 x VIP, 2 x double/twin convertible with one extra pullman berth
  • Large Jacuzzi on bow
  • Impressive sundeck for a yacht of her size
  • Stunning Italian design with a modern and cozy interior
  • Full toy box

FIGURATI features

Motor Yacht FIGURATI for Charter with SuperYachtsMonaco

FIGURATI is a 110’ Dolcevita – a nautical marvel bought to life by Ferretti Engineering Group through their collaboration with long-time, award-winning partners, Officina Italiana Design.

Riva’s fibreglass flagship is the latest masterpiece to grace and further strengthen the flybridge fleet, adding to it her boundless beauty and enviable performance. FIGURATI’s ultra-sporty, elegant and sleek Italian design has been paired with cutting-edge technology to offer a truly elite cruising experience.

Her stylish interior is simply breathtaking; her exterior is an object of rare beauty; and her performance is nothing short of spectacular. This, all wrapped up and finished in the distinctive Regal Silver and Shark-Grey colours synonymous with Riva’s shipyard, makes FIGURATI a 110-foot super yacht of pure excellence.

Motor Yacht FIGURATI for Charter with SuperYachtsMonaco

• Main deck
Internal

The main deck boasts a magnificent open lounge area saturated in natural light, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase picture-perfect views of the seascape, and allow the sapphire-blue waters to reflect off the dark wood. The incredible plasma TV is the tallest installation in this room, with the saloon’s furniture thoughtfully crafted in low-profile designs to ensure a beautiful, unobstructed sea view – no matter where you’re sat. There’s space in abundance, too, with enough room to comfortably entertain all your guests. Twin sliding doors both port and starboard offering guests an outside feeling to an indoor dining experience.

 

FIGURATI’s main dining area is fitted with a glass-top dining table by Acerbis Design, complete with their trademark stainless-steel legs and surrounded by enough Cenere-leather upholstered chairs to accommodate all her guests. It’s the perfect spot for dining al fresco during a secluded anchorage, offering unbroken panoramic views.

• Lower Deck – Accommodation
Master bedroom
Located in the port-side lobby, the Owner’s Suite is a full-beam apartment, with glazing designed to reflect masses of natural light into the room, highlighting a marvellous light and dark colourway and a collection of sophisticated furnishings. The room includes a king-size bed with double wardrobes located either side; low-height cupboards and drawers; a walk-in wardrobe; and an en-suite that features a large walk-in shower and vanity unit. The master bedroom can also be turned into a private office with ease, thanks to its retractable Zoom screen.

Guest Bedrooms

On the lower deck, guests can choose between four cabins, all finished in the polished rosewood inserts that Riva is renowned for – showcasing the yacht’s ties to its high-class
heritage. All guest cabins feature plasma screen TVs and en-suite shower rooms complete with luxury Carrara marble. The three VIP guest rooms contain a double-bed and double wardrobe,
while the fourth cabin can accommodate up to three people comfortably – on two single beds and a large Pullman, or by securely connecting the two beds to create one large double.

Book corner

Book Corner is a thoughtful addition to FIGURATI – a tranquil escape for guests who want to read from the many carefully handpicked books on-board, ranging from old classics and children stories to recent New York Times Best Sellers.

Motor Yacht FIGURATI for Charter with SuperYachtsMonaco

• Flybridge

FIGURATI’s flybridge is elegantly integrated into its superstructure – with playfully mismatched glass panels in the hardtop and subtle, sporty lines gently arcing from the bow to stern. This beautiful open-air space includes a private bar area that’s purpose-built to work around you – whether you’re enjoying a morning coffee or cocktail-dining – and all other furniture can be moved aside to make space for morning workouts or an open dancefloor for the entire yacht party.

• Sun Deck

The sun deck’s raised location means it’s almost a continuation of the flybridge. Here, the C-shape sofa, sun loungers and two-piece pouf set – all completed with leather upholstery – invite you to relax, read a book and take in the gorgeous climate your charter destinations have to offer. And whether you need to recover after a long day of exploring, or soak up the company of your guests, there’s a bubbling Jacuzzi awaiting close by.

Motor Yacht FIGURATI for Charter with SuperYachtsMonaco

The crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean that surrounds the coasts of France and Italy are the perfect destinations.
Cannes
The luxury resort town on the French Riviera, Cannes, oozes exclusivity and glamour. Whether you’re visiting the world-renowned Cannes Film Festival – an event that attracts high-profile celebrities each year – or stopping to sample the Mediterranean’s finest food and wine in Michelin-star restaurants, expect plenty of beautiful people, succulent shellfish platters, and bottle after bottle of ice-cold rosé. While you’re here, make sure you take a short walk down the Boulevard de la Croisette, where independent boutiques line the boulevard. You’ll understand exactly why this town is synonymous with glitz and glamour; the promenade curves around the coastline of beautiful sandy beaches, the impressive port and some of Europe’s most ornate hotels. Between Michelin-star dining and sampling the local boutiques, you’ll find something to fill every precious moment you spend on the French Riviera.
Cannes Islands
Located just off the mainland of Cannes, the Cannes Islands are the most idyllic spot for sunbathing and watersports. Saint Marguerite, the larger of the islands, offers guests a little corner of paradise, only accessible by boat for ultimate exclusivity. Immerse yourself in history by hiking the beautiful trail up the island’s hill to Fort Royal – a well-preserved 17th century fortress and prison, and home to a collection of Roman pottery relics… then discover the famous La Guérite restaurant, offering an idyllic combination of food, drink and live music to add to this unique island experience.
Monaco
The tiny principality of Monaco is an independent sovereign state with a total population of just 39,000. Despite this small population, Monaco is home to over 12,000 millionaires,
which means you’ll find some of the world’s largest yachts lining its marina, sports cars circling the streets and pockets of wealth adorning its many casinos – including ‘The Monte
Carlo’, built in 1866 by the French architect, Charles Garnier. The Monte Carlo is one of the most distinguishable buildings in the area, and famously the meeting point of James Bond and Xenia Onatopp in GoldenEye. Adding to its draw of lavish wealth, casinos and glamorous events is The Monaco Grand Prix, held every May, where yachts line the track for an exclusive view that only a handful can ever afford to buy. In the evening, Buddha-Bar Monaco is the perfect spot for a high-class lounge experience; Thai and Japanese cuisine is showcased in a gorgeous menu that fuses Asian flavours. Monaco truly has earned its nickname of ‘The Billionaires Playground’.
Antibes
This beautiful walled coastal city, located just between Cannes and Nice, is rich with character and history. It’s a picture-postcard Riviera, lined by emerald-green coastlines and golden beaches, making it a true pleasure port and home to some of the most impressive yachts in the world. Both inside the city’s castle and cathedral, as well as the surrounding areas, traces of
occupancy have been found to date back to the Iron Age. In celebration of this, the ‘Archaeology Museum’ was built. Sitting in a 17th century fortress, this museum holds many artefacts, sculptures and amphorae found in local digs and shipwrecks. Antibes is also no stranger to art. The city was once home to Picasso, who fell in love with its picturesque views, and you can visit Musee Picasso while you’re here for the chance to see one of the world’s greatest Picasso collections. Paintings, drawings, lithographs, oils on paper, ceramics, sculptures and tapestries make up some of his most iconic work, and they’re all on display here. In the evening, wander through the quaint, cobbled streets of the old town, then find your way to upscale La Taille de Guepe and take in the wonderful surroundings and exquisite food. Panoramic views, private castles and natural beauty – Antibes has it all.
St Tropez
In St Tropez, you’ll find everything you could want from a Mediterranean yacht charter destination – from breathtaking views to luxury stores and a lively social scene. During the day, Pampelone Beach is the place to be. The large expanse of beach offers 360-degree views, while the crystal-clear waters are perfect for swimming and watersports.
A short trip to the shore allows for a beautiful lunch at Plage Restaurant L’Orangerie. This intimate restaurant has been welcoming guests since the 70s, and its rustic decor, beachsand floor and low-hanging trees create an elegant and relaxed atmosphere befitting of its location. Once moored up in St Tropez’s stunning marina, you’ll be amazed at how the sunset catches the pastel-coloured buildings. Take a short walk along the waterfront to find a number of popular ice-cream and sorbet parlours, restaurants, bars and high-end boutiques lining the port and embellishing the side streets, and then head over to the main streets, which are studded with incredible supercars. St Tropez truly is definitive glamour against a traditional backdrop.
Portofino
One of the most idyllic spots in Italy, Portofino offers its guests a perfect combination of nature and architecture, including the ‘Belmond Hotel Splendido’ – home of the stunning
‘La Terrazza’ restaurant overlooking Portofino harbour, where you can enjoy uninterrupted views of the sunset. The setting of the harbour is spectacular, the locals charming, and the calibre of visiting yachts out of this world – it’s impossible not to spend some time soaking up the atmosphere. After sightseeing and dining, swim off pristine beaches and explore the Piazzetta – ideal for people-watching, shopping and dining.
Bonifacio
Bonifacio is an impressive city located in Corsica, which – when approached by boat – can be seen sitting atop its renowned 70-metre-high white cliffs. The city is split into two sections: ‘Vieille Ville’ (old town) and ‘La Haute Ville’ (the upper city), which is where the 9thcentury citadel can be found. Elba Island – Biodola Beach A Mediterranean Island in Tuscany, Italy, located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, Elba Island is the perfect location for snorkelling in aquamarine waters. Come nose-to-nose with marine wildlife in the day, then sample the best of fine dining at the Hotel Hermitage Ristorante in the evening.
Puerto Portals
Located just 10km from the centre of Palma, Puerto Portals is an impressive marina that holds 650 moorings for luxury yachts of all sizes. The port is bustling with life all year around thanks to a calendar of nautical events that pass through the marina each year – from Sailing Week through to the Classic Island Mallorca Rally and the area’s renowned Christmas market. During the day, there are a number of fashion boutiques and jewellery shops to peruse, and the area is home to a number of restaurants to suit every palate, too. Wellies is the ideal location for lunch – and a real landmark of Puerto Portals. It offers an exquisite menu of food, topped only by incredible views of the marina entrance and the landscape beyond. For dinner, Diablitos’ menu leaves every guest spoilt for choice, and the upbeat music is the perfect accompaniment to unobstructed views of the seascape.

Chloe Riley says

FIGURATI is the embodiment of distinction, with an impactful aesthetic and the latest technology.

Chloe Riley Charter Manager

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