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Tritone Aperto #162
1961 RIVA 26’ TRITONE APERTO
(open) # 162
As the Father of the world renowned Riva Aquarama, the Tritone
is a barrel back, twin engine, fast 26’ mahogany runabout.
Built from 1950 to 1967 the total Tritone production was 258
Tritone #162 is the very rare Aperto or “open”
version, with a sun deck over the motors rather then solid
engine hatches. Only 17 Tritone Apertos were produced and
were, in fact, the prototype for the Aquarama line.
TR #162 has recently undergone a complete and loving restoration
in Italy, by one of the renowned Riva specialist Yards. She
was shipped to North America in the spring of 2007.
This Riva Tritone has had several very interesting modifications
done, reportedly at RAM in Sarnico many years ago, that include
the installation of components from the Aquarama model. These
- Installation of toe rails and anchor hatch on the foredecks
- Installation of the "alligator" bow chock from Aquarama
- Installation or Aquarama type separate pilot / passenger seats
- Aquarama type mahogany dashboard cap
The engine compartment houses 2 Chrysler CV 177 HP motors
that have been reconditioned, in North America, to original
specifications during the vessel restoration. They are detailed
correctly and presently operate to proper Riva specs.
The Riva instrumentation is original and in perfect condition
The hull sides and decks are basically flawless with no stains
or damages visible.
This Riva Tritone is truly "turn key" and ready for many years
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A unique opportunity at $ 395,000
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith
but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information
nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct
his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details
as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject
to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.