Iconic Italian motoryacht maker Riva will debut its new 52′ Rivale Palm Beach at the Miami Yacht Show this weekend.

The boat’s deck and hull are finished in a new color, desert sand, with Roman bronze detailing on the dashboard and signal mast evoking the image of a shark’s flipper.

Inside the cabins, the walls and furniture are made of luminous elm, embellished with topstitched natural-grain leather, for a soft, dark contrast to the Roman bronze lacquering.

Despite its compact looking size, the yacht has space enough for two guest cabins other than the owner’s – the master cabin that is located at the vessel’s bow, and a bathroom.

The Rivale Palm Beach is equipped with two 1100-hp Man engines for a top speed of 40 knots and a range of 260 nautical miles at cruising speed.

At $2.46 million, the Rivale Palm Beach is available through Riva’s US dealer, Allied Marine. Via affluentpageluxuryindex

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