This Riva sports a change in the usual design. There is still a sunpad on the foredeck but those usually found in the Riva cockpit have been moved to the bridge.
In their place, however, is a most civilized cockpit, with a pair of supple settees facing each other across a cocktail table that expands for dining. This area is raised to provide space for the garage underneath (with its 10-foot Avon jet tender). Just forward, tucked under the bridge overhang, is a sleek console for the wet bar and outdoor kitchen equipped with a Gaggenau grill, sink, and fridge.
Carrying the express-to-flybridge morph further, the large window overlooking the cockpit from the saloon hinges up and, combined with the sliding door, blends the two areas into one alfresco living space.