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Call for entries to our Riviera owners’ photo competition

Edition 12 - 2020, Photo and Colouring Competition

Call for entries to our Riviera owners’ photo competition


There are so many special moments aboard your Riviera, so when you capture them on your next boating escape share them with the rest of the Riviera Family.

Entries are open for this month’s Riviera and Belize Owners’ Photo and Video Competition where we demonstrate why life is always better on a Riviera.

A Riviera prize pack is awarded to the best photo or video submitted.

To get you inspired, we have included some of this year’s previous monthly photo competition winners, as well as the latest entries.


“It’s great to see our five-year-old son’s excitement when he gets a fish on his rod,” says Belinda McLeod, whose entry this month is titled Family Fun on the Riv 48. The photo was taken aboard the 48, Calypso, at Forster in the heart of the spectacular Great Lakes region north of Sydney on the NSW coast.


The reflection of Platinum Days, a Riviera 43 Flybridge is unmistakably made in crystal cool waters of Tasmania. Thanks to Vicki Connor for submitting this photo, and the clever title, Riv-flections. It was taken in the shelter of Quarantine Bay at Bruny Island, just south of Hobart. Vicki describes the scene as an early morning weekend spent relaxing and reflecting.


Another magnificent day on the water aboard the brilliantly named Ratha-B, a Riviera 54 Flybridgde. Thanks to Glenda Parker for submitting this photo titled Beautiful Anchorage, taken at Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island, on the southern Queensland coast.


Perth City Night Lights is the title of this photo of Kia Ora, a Riviera 3850, moored near Elizabeth Quay on the Swan River. Lisa Saul shares this photo which was taken by friends on a beautiful evening in the West Australian capital.


Nigel Ollett earlier this year shared this amazing photo of a dolphin at play while he was aboard L’epicier, his Riviera 525 SUV, at Great Barrier Island in New Zealand’s Hauraki Gulf near Auckland. Aptly titled Morning Play, the dolphin gave him plenty of time to take the shot, jumping through the wake for five minutes.


Sam Tapping won our competition in May with this photo of his Riviera 37 Flybridge, Mantary 2, off Tasmania’s Maria Island. Simply titled Sunset, it perfectly captured the essence of serenity as the family moored overnight on the way to Hobart.


Enter your photo and video for a chance to win a Riviera prize