Readers of a certain age will remember the Earls Court shows in London in the Eighties when Lewis Marine on stand C10 always grabbed the accolade for biggest boat at the show by exhibiting a massive Riva.
Sometimes it was a flybridge SuperAmerica, sometimes an open-topped Diable, and if you didn’t have an appointment the chap with the brass buttons and peaked cap wouldn’t let you past the red rope. The Rivas were gigantic – all of 50ft long.
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