Riva 88′ Miami Convertible Yacht

Jun 4, 2014

Category: Rides

After years of half-stepping your Father’s Day gifts – current tally: 9 ties, 2 power drills, and 1 “World’s Most Pretty Decent Dad” mug – it’s time you make up for all of those slights in one fell swoop. Yes. It’s time you get your dad a convertible yacht.

The 88′ Miami from Riva will do the trick nicely, what with its two MTU 16V 2000 M93, 2435 mhp engines, which get you to a brisk cruising speed of 34 knots and a range of up to 340 nautical miles. This dramatic vessel features a hard top that opens in three different positions for closed or open-air driving. Of course, dad’s gift will have to be in IOU form, since the ’88 Miami isn’t due to be launched until year’s end. [Purchase]

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