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New Rivieras on their way to owners around the world

Edition 5 - 2017

New Rivieras on their way to owners around the world


Here are the latest brand-new Riviera motor yachts making their way around the world, this month to disembark in ports around the United States; at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at Seattle, Washington and at Savannah, Georgia. From there they will be delivered into the hands and hearts of their expectant new owners.


Riviera 445 SUV on her way to Bay Harbour, Michigan and owners Steve and Deb who plan to keep their motor yacht on Lake Michigan. New to the Riviera family, Steve and Deb were attracted by the build quality, wide, open cockpit, the great benefits of Volvo IPS and plenty of space for their daughter and Labrador Retriever.


Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht headed to experienced Riviera owners Brandt and Beth Berghers in Maryland on the east coast of the United States through their dealer Grande Yachts International.  The Berghers previously owned a Riviera 4700 Sport Yacht and were attracted to the 5400 by the full-beam, midships master stateroom and new technology including Volvo IPS and CZone digital switching. They confirmed their order during the Ft Lauderdale International Boat Show in November last year.

60SY-069-3A new Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht heading to the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico after being delivered to the port of Savannah, Georgia.






575SUV-012Riviera 575 SUV has been shipped to Seattle in Washington in north-western USA for Jess and Jennifer Roper. They have moved up from a Riviera 445 and decided on the larger model because of plans for extended cruising in the region over the next two years and for the special comfort of the larger full beam master stateroom.






54SY-026-3Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht is bound for experienced motor yacht enthusiasts Michael and Diane Holmes in Washington State. The Holmes appreciated that Riviera is on the cutting edge of current design and wanted to upgrade to a superior yacht.

“The sport yacht entertains well with its great saloon design,” says Michael. “We also appreciate the tender garage. Everything onboard is well thought out and tidy.”



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