July 7, 2008

New Model: Riviera 70 Enclosed Flybridge

The renowned Australian builder Riviera, has adopted world-leading technologies to assist it's builders, engineers, cabinet-makers and electricians to develop a range of boats that are accepted and acclaimed worldwide. Now, every element of it's focus, experience, passion and achievements has come together in the Riviera 70 Enclosed Flybridge, the largest boat ever built by the company. This majestic new flagship of the proud Riviera fleet can only be described as the ultimate Riviera, a boat that will be enjoyed by a select few. The new Riviera 70 is the culmination of 27 years of dedication to the goal of building the best luxury boats in the world, equally at home in challenging seas as it is in a quiet cove or harbour. The brief was to develop a mid-range model with a definite point of difference from its competitors. Riviera also re-invents the meaning of flybridge stairs with the new starboard side internal staircase. The new flagship also includes a machinery room that deliberately separates tanks, engineering, mechanical systems and engines into distinctively separate areas of the boat, and re-defines luxury below decks. The Riviera 70 Flybridge is a superb long-range cruising boat and, unequivocally, the next step in the evolution of this concept of hull. Riviera, launched its new flagship 70 Enclosed Flybridge on the last weekend of June, preparing for its first sea trials on Queensland’s Gold Coast Broadwater. The giant boat, the largest production pleasure cruiser ever built in Australia, was trailered through the Riviera factory in Coomera before first light on Saturday and launched in front of Riviera’s new Aftermarket facility. Already Riviera has taken orders for five of the $4.75 million boats. With four cabins and four bathrooms, a massive saloon and flybridge, the Riviera 70 Enclosed Flybridge can comfortable sleep 10 people on an extended cruise.
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.37 m (76.7ft)
Length - 22.07 m
Beam - 6.32 m
Draft - 1.7 m
Weight - 41,920 kg (dry and depends engines and options)
Fuel Capacity - 8.000 l
Water Capacity - 1.000 l
Sleeping Capacity - 10 - 14
Engines - 2 x Caterpillar C32 1572 hp
Design - Frank Mulder, Riviera

1 comment:

  1. yer boi thats what im talking about. that boat is awsoem i would like to see the future hulls as it become more gangsta

    peace out