AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – Riviera will present a fleet of seven gleaming new motor yachts at the Auckland On Water Boat Show from 27 to 30 September.
The showcase at Viaduct Harbour, staged in conjunction with New Zealand’s Riviera and Belize representative R Marine Flagship, features supreme examples of three collections including the sophisticated 6000, 5400 and 4800 Sport Yachts, the blue-water 52 Enclosed and 43 Open Flybridge models and the sporty and adventurous 525 and 445 SUVs.
The weekend festivities will also include a special Auckland evening of celebration for the Riviera family.
Riviera owner Rodney Longhurst said: “New Zealand has a proud reputation for embracing the motor yachting lifestyle, and I am delighted that Riviera luxury motor yachts have been a vital part of that lifestyle for 38 years. In that time Rivieras have truly been proven in the wide range of New Zealand boating conditions.
“Our Auckland showcase will reflect how our world-class team of designers, engineers and boatbuilders continually strive for excellence, for exceptional blue-water sea-keeping capabilities and for a totally fulfilling boating experience.”
“Each one of these seven motor yachts is a brilliant example of Riviera’s evolution and constant refinement across our five collections.”
Riviera Sport Yacht collection on display in Auckland
Riviera will display the 6000, 5400 and 4800 Sport Yachts at the show.
The sleek and sophisticated Riviera Sport Yacht collection offers high-performance
blue-water yachts that combine supreme comfort with unique single-level alfresco lifestyle features including a plush saloon, fully-equipped aft galley, large awning window connecting the saloon and cockpit and luxurious accommodation in two, three or four staterooms.
Features include an hydraulic boarding platform, tender garage, entertainers’ cockpit with lounge, dinette and a gourmet barbecue and wet bar unit as well as wide walk-around side decks and a sun pad on the forward deck.
Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht
Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht
Riviera 4800 Sport Yacht
Riviera SUV collection on display in Auckland
The Riviera display includes the sporty and adventurous 525 and 445 SUV models. Details of the new 395 SUV will also be available.
Riviera SUVs combine the respected sea-kindly offshore hull and open cockpit of the Flybridge collection with the single-level living attributes including aft galley and awning window so well loved in the Sport Yacht collection.
A Riviera SUV is ideal for entertaining and watersports or for extended cruising, with elegant interiors and luxurious accommodation in two or three stateroom designs.
Riviera 525 SUV
Riviera 445 SUV
Riviera 395 SUV
Riviera Flybridge collection on display in Auckland
The Riviera display includes the 52 Enclosed Flybridge and 43 Open Flybridge models – two supreme examples of the modern flybridge motor yacht.
Incorporating great function and style within supremely comfortable offshore proven hulls, the Riviera Flybridge collection features free-flowing alfresco environments. Expansive and functional cockpits are perfect for entertaining, all manner of watersports or fishing while the interiors offer elegant saloons and luxurious accommodation in two or three staterooms.
The flybridges offer forward or aft helms with expansive outlooks to assist the skipper’s view of the sea state and aft to the cockpit.
Riviera 52 Enclosed Flybridge
Riviera 43 Open Flybridge
Industry-leading Volvo Penta warranty
All models on display feature Volvo Penta IPS propulsion systems with twin turbo diesel engines and joystick control for ease of manoeuvrability.
The systems, drives, engines and electronics on all Volvo Penta-powered Riviera motor yachts are covered by an industry-leading five-year limited warranty to complement Riviera’s structural five-year limited warranty.
Where to find us
Mr Longhurst said: “We are looking forward to welcoming Riviera owners and visitors to inspect the latest luxurious models of Riviera excellence at our outstanding red-carpet, on-water showcase on Viaduct Harbour in Auckland from 27 to 30 September.”