Riva Super Aquarama Runabout - Wooden Model Boat, 35" Long. Individually built, completely assembled, handcrafted model of the Riva Aquarama Runabout.
In 1962 Carlo Riva introduced the AQUARAMA series of new fast runabouts. She was powered by a 2-Riva 350 horse power engine and was hailed as the water borne Ferrari by the industry. AQUARAMA is still being built by Riva; over 800 have been delivered. Without question, Riva of Italy, which traces its beginnings to a mid-19th century carpenter shop, is the world leader in producing elegent, luxury wooden runabouts.
This model comes with different interior colors, usually red & white, or green & white, please note the color when ordering
Hand Built, Fully Assembled museum quality model with Display Stand
Measures 35" in length, 9" in height and 10" wide
Beautifully constructed of exotic woods such as ebony, rosewood, yellow and red cedar, mahogany, teak, black wood, walnut, cherry, birch and maple and other tropical woods
Researched and completely built from scratch, one at a time, in scale to the original plans
100% hand built from scratch using "plank on frame" construction method, gluing together multiple pieces of dry, thin wood
Finely painted and varnished finishes
Metal parts and details that are bronzed, gold tone or chrome plated or painted
With these artistic assemblies, there will be minor differences in appearance
Each model ship or boat is individually packed in a carton box.
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This model of the Riva Super Aquarama was built from 1962 to 1996. Great boat for rough water, built to handle eight foot seas in the Mediterranean.
The most famous Carlo Riva's designs, the Aquarama was to become, over time, more than just a boat. The undisputed flagship of the range, it is celebrated as a nautical legend in its own right, a superlative in beauty, craftsmanship and performance that has rarely been surpassed both on and off the water. Its evocative name perhaps assured its mythical status, and is derived in part from the widescreen Cinerama movie format, popular in the early 1960s, which is echoed by the boat's wide windshield.
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