The Ferretti Group has extended its presence in Europe and awarded an exclusive dealership for the Riva brand in Malta to Von der Heyden Yachting.

The partnership with Von der Heyden Yachting will allow the group to further consolidate its assistance network coverage in the region and provide an even more comprehensive service to owners in the central, western and eastern Mediterranean.

“With this agreement, Ferretti Group continues to expand its commercial activities and strengthen its selected distribution network. We are confident in our decision to entrust our storied and iconic brand to a world-renowned company in Von der Heyden Group which, with two decades of expertise providing tailor-made services in the luxury yacht industry, has the know-how to communicate to local customers the ‘Made in Italy’ appeal, quality and excellence that have always been distinctive features of Ferretti Group worldwide,” commented Ferretti Group CCO Stefano de Vivo.

“Riva’s outstanding presence at the Cannes and Monaco yacht shows this year is testament to the iconic spirit of this brand and how it provides the perfect symphony between state-of-the-art technology, tradition and sheer beauty. We are more than honoured with the opportunity to represent Riva in Malta on an exclusive basis in combination with our experience in complementary yachting services and our other leisure subsidiaries in experiential hospitality,” said Sven von der Heyden, Founder and Chairman of the Von der Heyden Group

As official Riva dealer, Von der Heyden Yachting now offers a combination of tailormade purchasing, selling, chartering, maintenance, management and assistance services for Riva motor yachts.

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