About Serena

In the early sixties, De Vries and De Voogt started a co-operation with Carlo Riva, owner of the ultramodern Cantieri Riva wharf in Sarnico, Italy. The results of this relationship were three different De Voogt/Riva design series: Atlantic at 26.70m, Viking at 35.20m and Caravelle at 22.50m. All made a favorable impression on the market, but the greatest success in terms of sales was achieved by the Caravelle-series: a modern fast steel motor yacht, equipped with two GM V-8 diesel engines. Seven were built in total.

The result of a ‘dream team’ collaboration between Feadship and Italian maestro Carlo Riva, this vintage yacht captured the heart of the owner. Despite having never previously owned a yacht, the new owner recognised the importance of Serena’s preservation and after acquiring her, he decided to sent her back to the original shipyard for refit and refurbishing. The result is fabulous.

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General info
  • Launch name Serena
  • Refit name Serena
  • Current name Serena
  • Previous names Serena, Alcor
  • Build year 1964
  • Hull number 583
  • Yard Koninklijke de Vries
  • Length 22.50m / 73'10"
  • Beam 5.12m / 16'10"
  • Draught 1.90m / 6'2"

  • Fuel Capacity 5,200 litres / 1,374 US Gallons
  • Water Capacity 2,200 litres / 581 US Gallons

  • Naval Architect Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Exterior Design Carlo Riva
  • Interior Design Carlo Riva

  • Main Engines 2 x Lugger 380HP
  • Generators Northern Lights 16kW and 10 kW

  • Staterooms Two guests in one stateroom
  • Crew Three crew members in two cabins in the front with one bathroom
  • Guests 6

  • 1x Novurania 430 with Yamaha 70HP

  • 0x 1 x Seabob