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The Riviera 75 is one of the most luxurious yachts designed by the company. Needless to say, it is fitted with the latest technologies in the business including the latest Computer Assisted Design software.

The 75 Enclosed Flybridge was designed by the famous designer Frank Mulder and Riviera’s in-house design team. Thanks to its smart construction the yacht allows for a four cabin, four bathroom layout.

The Riviera 75 is propelled by a pair of 1,600hp (1,193kW) Caterpillar C32 turbo diesels that are fueled by a 9,000 litres tank.

Jump on board and you’ll find a comprehensive list of comfort features which were carefully selected to make your life on board as relaxed as possible. Among them you’ll find a washing machine and tumble dryer (and Miele in Riviera case), LCD TVs, air conditioning and an optional temperature-controlled wine cooler.

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Twenty five years of innovative boat building have come together in the all-new 56 Enclosed Flybridge cruiser. With all of the strength and security and sea-keeping ability for which Riviera cruiser are renowned, the new Riviera 56 adds a new level of lifestyle luxury to cruising.


The next generation of Riviera Flybridge cruisers has arrived. The Riviera 51 Enclosed Flybridge cruiser features an internal staircase to make access to the flybridge even easier and more comfortable. The staircase is built into the starboard aft quarter of the saloon and features teak inlaid steps for secure footing.


Wherever you look on the Riviera 42 Flybridge Convertible you’ll find the most meticulous attention to detail. It’s there in the transom’s top mounted cleats that make tying up so much easier. It’s there in the quality of the leather upholstery, the finish of the timberwork and the ergonomics of a new style cockpit.


Global acceptance has shown that the Riviera 40 is as comfortable on the world’s refined harbours as it is around Australia’s rugged coastline.


From the moment you take control of this blue water performer you’ll appreciate its advanced hull design with its soft ride and greater control. The twin diesel powerplants give the Riviera 37 spirited performance yet restrained operating costs. Up on the flybridge, there’s room to seat 3 guests forward of the ergonomically-designed helm station.


The new Riviera 33 has won Modern Boating magazine’s 2005 "Cruiser Of The Year" award and represents a turning point in the 25 year career of Australia’s most awarded pleasure boat builder. Not only will you find radical new design features but this latest Riviera is the product of an entirely new production method: Operational Task Sequencing, a system that promises even greater build quality and reliability.


If you really want to get away from it all (and want to do it with a dash of panache) your boat has come in. The M470 is designed and equipped to give you days and nights of ease and indulgence... and as a spacious two cabin/five berth cruiser, there’s plenty of room for family and friends.


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