Sporty, sociable and a joy to drive, the 40-knot, open-top 63 Virtus has a profoundly Mediterranean spirit and that unmistakable Riva style. Typical of Riva, the quality and attention to detail is evident everywhere, even in the beautifully elegant deck fittings and electric mooring winches, skilfully concealed so as not to interrupt her beautiful lines.
The interior has been carefully designed to make the very best use of space with exceptional comfort. By contrasting light shades of oak with darker tones of leather, and opaque finishes with polished lacquering, Riva has created a look which gives the 63 Virtus a chic, modern, yet understated style that typifies today's Rivas. On the lower deck is a dining saloon, a superb, full-beam central owner's suite, a large double guest suite in the bow, and a second guest cabin with two bunk berths.View Gallery
There are few things on the water more gorgeous than the sublimely sexy profile of the Riva 63 Virtus. Such a symphony of sleek, sensual curves surely mark the 63 Virtus as a classic of the future. The cockpit is perhaps her best feature, a huge, open space, equivalent to the flybridge of a 90ft superyacht. For those who like their shade, there is a large, electro-hydraulic bimini, which can be left up even when travelling at speed.View Gallery
The 63 Virtus is a driver's dream. Her central helm gives a commanding view and a thrilling sense of total control. Open the throttles, and the 63 Virtus surges effortlessly onto the plane, and on to a top speed of just over 40 knots (46mph). At a serene 35 knots, the 63 Virtus will cover over 250nm in 7 hours on full tanks.
|Length overall||64 ft 2 in / 19.57 m|
|Engine HP||2 x 1400 hp|
|Max speed||40.5 knots|
|Range at cruising speed||255 nm|
|Cabins (ex crew)||3|
|Berths (ex crew)||6|