This sleek Italian offering is a sun-worshipper's dream
Deck space is vast, with a big seating area to starboard, and a couch and wet-bar opposite. There’s a double seat behind a sporty helm, which can be exposed to the elements by retracting the hardtop.
Below decks there are three cabins: a double master in the bow, and twins to port and starboard, all en-suite. The saloon consists of an L-shaped seating area with the galley opposite, the boat we looked around in Genoa having particularly striking tiger print woodwork!
With horsepower ranging from 900hp to 1,100hp Rizzardi say the boat will be good for a cruising speed of 31 knots and a top speed of around 38 knots. With surface drives, they expect more like 46 knots.
Lots of deck and sun-friendly seating make this a true Med gem