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Riva Aquarama Model – Large Size

Admiralty Ship Models
(Code: 732)
In Stock
(1 Item(s) In Stock)
£ 725.00

A beautifully crafted wooden speedboat model of the Riva Aquarama. The model possesses an all wood hull with chromate metallic fittings. This Riva Aquarama model boat is handmade from scratch - not from a kit. It comes fully built and ready for display. 


  1. #DESCRIPTION#
    Dimensions:
    Length: 35.6" (90 cm)
    Width: 10.5" (26 cm)
    Height: 10.5" (26 cm)

    This fine Riva scale model boat makes for a stunning luxury corporate gift. This Riva model isn't waterproof and it is for display only. It isn't a kit. It comes ready made.
  2. #HISTORY#
    Riva Aquarama range was speedboats built and engineered for quality by Italian yacht builder Riva. The speedboat models became very popular between the 1960's and 1970's when it was adopted by the aristocracy of Monte-Carlo and Venice. The success of the Riva models was based on the classic wooden look and sheer beauty of the shape combined with the power of the engine. Its production ran for over three decades from 1962 until 1996. In fact, the Riva was inspired by the American mahogany Craft runabouts. However, the Riva was always quite expensive due to its speed, beauty, and the craftsmanship. The Aquarama was regarded by many admirers as the sports car of the rivers and lake.

    The Southampton Boat Show is Britain’s biggest and best festival of boating.

  3. #REVIEWS#
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  4. #SHIPPING COST#
    Models are shipped by UPS and these are approximate shipping costs:

    UK mainland @ £45.00
    Germany, France, Holland, and Belgium @ £69.00
    Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, and Denmark@ £69.00
    USA - please ask

    If the delivery address is outside above-mentioned countries, please email us to request a shipping quote. Please ensure you provide at least the country, city, and postcode.