1966 saw the new Riva Junior launched at the important Genova Show, where it was intended as a replacement for the earlier Florida. Destined for a younger clientele and ideal for water skiing, it was described as ‘the first step on the ladder of Riva ownership’. The entry-level Junior was an immediate success and soon conquered the all-important American market. Its distinctive features include the open design of the cockpit and sundeck and the white painted sides for ease of maintenance. Launched at a price of Lire 2.9 million, the Junior remained in production until 1972, with 626 hulls completed.
This simply lovely Riva Junior from 1967 was delivered new to Portugal, has just had an engine overhaul, and is presented in stunning condition. Offered with a period trailer and Portoguese registration papers, this fantastic Riva is ready for service once more.