April 27, 2012

Project: Rivera 63 Enclosed Flybrige

Riviera is proud to announce the launch of its new 63 Enclosed Flybridge which is a project based on its predecessor, the 2008 Frank Mulder designed 61 recently updated to Mk.II and now developed into this upcoming model. Now  featuring more important design changes, the 63 offers a whole lot more capability, offshore and at anchor.  Riviera 63 also adds cues from the currently under construction upcoming flagship the 75.  The new 63 features a galley positioned central astern to the party, a cockpit that is an extension of the live-aboard space inside, a master stateroom that is bathed in light and fresh air, an enclosed flybridge that serves as a sky lounge and refinements to the hull that further enhance performance and sea keeping ability.  The new galley is positioned aft, adjacent to the saloon bulkhead, and separated from the large sociable cockpit space by a hinged awning window and full tinted glass door. The result is an extension of light and space from outside in, with guests easily able to converse with whoever is in the galley.  Cabin layouts are a standard of four guests room with three heads, An option three en-suite rooms, with a larger VIP layout us also offered.  The hull is a modified Vee design, with architect Alan Down tweaking some areas and reducing weight in non structural areas.  Deadrise is a medium Vee of 12.5 degrees aft, while construction is all hand laminated.