Named after the Mexico Olympics of 1968, the Olympic was
introduced in 1969 to replace the Super Florida. Its design was
similar to the Junior in many respects, albeit that the sides
were painted in transparent varnish.
last wooden motorboat to be designed by Cantieri Riva, the
design of the Olympic did not evolve over time, and all boats
were the same length, 6.55 metres. Although it continued to be
produced until 1983, the majority of the 274 production run was
built prior to 1975. Nearly all Olympic boats carried 220 or 270
hp Riva badged engines.