It is difficult to ignore the design heritage of the Riva Corsaro. Riva worked closely with Officina Italiana Design, the studio founded by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta, which designed modern incarnations of Riva’s famous dayboats including the Aquariva 33, Rivarama 44 and the Domino 86. It is no surprise that the Riva brand DNA of elegance and luxury is evident in the Corsaro, forging ahead in the wake of her illustrious forebears, with an ingenious fusion of comfort and performance, technology and design, safety and style. M/Y GOLD BLACK ticks all the boxes, with dynamic exterior lines and her characteristic silver hull, and is a guaranteed head-turner wherever she shows up. She offers accommodation for up to 10 guests across 5 staterooms, with distinguishing panoramic views from her interiors which are also enjoyed, almost at sea level, from 2 of her guest staterooms. For the utmost safety and comfort, fully-equipped she has 2 Seakeeper stabilizers which work underway and at anchor. For entertainment the latest audio-visual systems can be found and her abundant exterior areas feature wet bars, alfresco dining, sunbeds, seating, and shade. She is powered by the higher spec. MTU 16V 2000 M96L main engines, which increases her power by 203hp per engine to 2638hp per engine.