June 9, 2020

New Model: Riviera 64 Sports Motor Yacht

The newest addition to Riviera’s Sports Motor Yacht collection, the 64, has just been launched.  Work on the final fit-out is now nearly completed by the skilled team at Riviera, as two years of planning, precision design and engineering by the company’s specialist team nears completion.  The Riviera 64 Sports Motor Yacht is powered by twin Man 1550hp delivering a top speed of more than 30 knots.  Behind her elegant lines is a luxury motor yacht that optimizes onboard space with amenity and functionality.  The 64 Sports Motor Yacht will give boating enthusiasts, particularly blue-water cruising families, the long-term livability and luxury they desire in a 64-foot model. She will also boast equally high levels of sophistication and innovation as her larger 68 and 72 sister models which are now cruising the Mediterranean, Andaman Sea, Bay of Bengal, the Malacca Strait, Java Sea, the Caribbean, the Pacific and New Zealand and Australian waters.  Versatility and practicality are evident from the moment you step aboard the Riviera 64 Sport Motor Yacht, her wide-open cockpit can be optioned for a range of different water sports.  The cockpit leads up to the mezzanine level where to port is an L-shaped day lounge and Al fresco dining will be enjoyed in the L-shaped lounge area to starboard, which includes a drop-leaf teak table.  The mezzanine can be enclosed with optional clears and serviced by air-conditioning ducts for maximum comfort in all-weather conditions considerably extending the living area and creating another room.  The outdoor dinette is the perfect entree for the aft C-shaped galley, which is immediately to starboard inside the 64’s saloon.  Plush seating is provided on the port side of the saloon, with the lounge also storing three director’s chairs to accompany the seating at the starboard-side dinette or for use in the mezzanine dining area.  A side door gives clever and convenient access to the port side deck and fore-deck from the saloon.  The accommodation deck features four staterooms and three bathrooms. The VIP stateroom forward enjoys views from large hull side windows. The VIP en-suite bathroom is located to aft to starboard.  Additional guest accommodation is provided to port with a clever twin single berth cabin that at the press of a button, the inboard berth moves sideways to create a restful double. This cabin also has en-suite access to the port-side day head bathroom. To starboard is a further guest cabin with two adult sized Pullman beds.  A wide companionway leads aft to the Riviera 64 Sports Motor Yacht’s full-beam master stateroom, which is bathed in light from large hull side windows and features a central king-sized bed. An opulent chaise lounge drinks in views from the port-side window. There is extensive storage areas in this cabin, a highlight being the twin-door robe.  The separate master en-suite is akin to a luxury apartment bathroom, with a double vanity and spacious shower.  From the master en-suite a convenient laundry with separate washer and dryer, offer the ultimate in space utilization for those who like to remain self-sufficient when cruising long term. Owners can alternatively specify a utility room, among other options. An aft bulkhead door in this room provides internal access to the meticulously laid out engine room.  In true Riviera Sports Motor Yacht style, the 64’s fully enclosed bridge will pamper guests like a first-class lounge. It’s the perfect spot to watch the world and the nautical miles go by.  The rear bulkhead opens out to bring the outdoors inside. There’s an additional dinette and wet bar on the rear deck, plus the option of siderail-mounted joysticks. Revealing the vessel’s blue-water pedigree, a molding at the rear of the bridge can house a life raft and safety cell.  Form and functionality combine seamlessly in the superb helm station, which has twin leather seats and central helm. There is a commanding view over the 64’s foredeck, with its versatile, innovative and easily accessed socializing area comprising a C-shaped lounge area and generous floor space. A 3.6-metre tender can then reside in this space when underway, launched by a low-profile davit. This fore-deck design has been exceptionally popular on the larger Sports Motor Yachts. From a practical viewpoint, it also provides a convenient location for storage of fenders, ropes and a home for the pressure cleaner.
Technical Data:
LOA - 21.23 m (69.8ft)
Hull Length - 19.4 m
Beam - 5.80 m
Draft - 1.68 m
Displacement - 42980 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 6500 l
Water Capacity - 750 l
Accommodation - eight guests in four cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Man V8 1300hp, V12 1550hp
Propulsion - line shafts
Speed - 30 knots max

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