May 29, 2015

Project: Rivera 67 Sports Motor Yacht

Riviera has the marine industry interested with anticipation of the announcement of an entirely new design of luxury yacht to usher in its astute and very advanced Sports Motor Yacht collection. Australia’s most awarded luxury motor yacht builder and 2015 Marine Industry Exporter of the Year has revealed preliminary project details of its pioneering 67ft yacht with a hull developed in conjunction with Dutch superyacht designer, Frank Mulder, three time architect of the Fastest Yacht in the World. The 67 Sports Motor Yacht scheduled for a 2016 release is a refreshingly new design with high sports performance and spacious sports cockpit that will appeal to experienced luxury motor yacht owners who desire to spend more time cruising aboard a luxurious, long-range Riviera. She will have a very versatile sports-styled cockpit with copious storage solutions to reflect her ultimate versatility. The mezzanine, being the heart of the entertaining space, will also feature a spacious dining and entertaining area, with direct access to the day head, as well as great connectivity to the central galley, of course befitting Riviera’s hallmark alfresco lifestyle characteristics.  This new-generation yacht from our international team of designers also offers a flexible accommodation plan with three or four staterooms with full-beam master stateroom, as well as options for a gym, teenager’s retreat, crew quarters or a dedicated sporting equipment store.  Riviera CEO Wes Moxey said the new Riviera Sports Motor Yacht’s futuristic flybridge will be fully enclosed and can be accessed via an internal staircase, with an ultramodern forward helm brimming with the latest in marine technology and innovation.  Mr Moxey also said the 67 Sports Motor Yacht will be shaft-drive and will feature a full stand-up engine room.  Riviera is pleased to report that the first 67 Sports Motor Yacht model was ordered even before the end of the 2015 Riviera Festival of Boating.