1958
Year
RIVA
Builder
26' 4" (8.03m)
Length
0
Cabins

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BERKELEY SQUARE
1958 26' 4" RIVA Cruising Yacht TRITONE Newport Rhode Island United States
$499,000 USD


The 1958 26' 4" RIVA TRITONE Cruising Yacht BERKELEY SQUARE is a boat for sale located in Newport, Rhode Island, United States.

Restored in 2015 by a classic yacht specialist Fine Wooden Boats UK, this iconic Riva Tritone layout features a bench seat helm and a convertible cockpit, that can either be set up as a sun pad, or provide additional bench seating.

Both engines replaced in 2021.

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LENGTH 26' 4" (8.03m)
BUILDER RIVA
ASKING PRICE $499,000 USD
BUILT (REFIT) 1958 (2020)
BEAM 8' 6" (2.59m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 35.00 Knots
CRUISING SPEED 28.00 Knots
CABINS N/A
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT N/A
LOCATION Newport, Rhode Island, USA
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Rivas is universally recognized as the most beautiful and the most desirable of all the classic wooden motorboats. Built without compromise, as near to perfection as practically possible, Rivas is acknowledged worldwide as the Bentleys of the sea. The golden age of the wooden Riva began in the late 1940s and continued until almost the end of the 20th century. The last wooden Riva was completed in 1996.

The Tritone was a pivotal design for Riva and only their second venture into the fledgling leisure speedboat market of the 1950s. The design marked the transition from the 2-seater, single-engine runabouts that typified the early 20th century, to a much more spacious and useful family dayboat, with more seats, a small cabin, and twin engines. This was the coming of age of the wooden speedboat and the beginning of the golden era of La Dolce Vita on The Riviera.

The Tritone entered production in 1950 and was an immediate success. It played a lead role in establishing Riva as the world leader in wooden speedboats and laid the foundation for the company's meteoric rise to legendary status over the next half-century. It remained in production, through various modifications and improvements, until 1966. In all, some 258 Tritones were built.

CONSTRUCTION

Construction: plank on frame/multi-layer plywood bottom

Material: African Mahogany; frames: sipo, topsides: Sapele, bottom: epoxy plywood.

Fastening: silicon bronze screws, copper rivets, adhesives.


DISCLAIMER


- Exclusions include all of Owner's personal effects -
"All speeds, capacities, consumption, etc. are approximate or estimated; measurements can also be approximate.  Specifications are provided for information only and particulars herein obtained from sources believed to be correct, but are not guaranteed.  Buyer should instruct his agent and/or surveyor to check all details for accuracy.  Offered subject to prior sale, price and/or inventory change, or withdrawal from the market without notification."

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Jeff Gonos
Merle Wood & Associates, Inc.
888 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fourth Floor Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 33301 USA

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