Iconic Australian luxury boat-builder Riviera has confirmed its trendy new 6000 Sport Yacht could make the woman Americas Premiere at the 2014 Fort Lauderdale Overseas Boat Show in Florida from October 30 – November 3.
Heralding a fantastic new period in luxury on-water entertaining, this sleek flagship of Riviera’s sophisticated Sport Yacht series will form section of an impressive six-boat display of the latest innovative models from across Riviera’s award-winning collections that focus on many boating activities and individual styles.
Riviera will even display its stylish and adventurous new 565 model from the crossover SUV range, the stately 4400 and 5000 Sport Yachts, the really seaworthy 50 Enclosed Flybridge, as well as the classically encouraged Belize 54 Daybridge.
This new 6000 Sport Yacht – ‘the ultimate entertainer’ – is supremely comfortable with clever alfresco lifestyle ideas, ultramodern technology and palatial appointments – a superior vessel akin to a drifting six-star resort.
Along with Riviera’s popular bluewater performance, she also incorporates an impressive sports-styled helm with full joystick steering control while cruising, a flexible four-stateroom accommodation layout with luxurious full-beam master, three bathrooms, contemporary and fashionable hull windows and portholes, dual electric sliding sunroofs and fixed skylights … in addition to a large, available cockpit with BBQ centre and undercover seating and dining areas.
Riviera chairman and owner Rodney Longhurst stated the 6000 Sport Yacht has a degree of awareness of every information that confirms this woman is indeed a world-class Riviera.
“beneath the expansive cockpit associated with 6000 Sport Yacht is really a big storage for the 10.5ft (3.2m) tender and outboard which can be easily packed using the integrated electric winch, with additional space for accessories and water toys, and there’s still enough room for a jet ski in the swim platform,” he said.
“Wide side decks with well-placed grab rails give access from either part regarding the 6000 Sport Yacht to her colossal-sized sunlight pad which sprawls the centreline associated with forward deck, which includes its very own stereo to help you plug and play your favourite tunes while soaking up the sun.
“The strong fibreglass hardtop expands back over the woman large 113 sq.ft (10.5sq.m) cockpit to give you color and shelter through the extremities, and includes a large solid fibreglass electric sliding sunroof to create even more light and outdoors in to the alfresco area when desired.
“Her huge array of entertainment capabilities are complemented by second-zone speakers through the saloon, Light-emitting Diode mood lighting and a large glass awning window that hinges taken care of through the back bulkhead to make a free-flowing feel from bow all the way through to stern.”
The 6000’s luxurious aft galley – on centre of this social scene – features high-end Miele devices and Vitrifrigo cabinet refrigeration, while a tinted bronze glass finish towards the overhead galley cabinets adds yet another touch of refinement to the satin walnut varnish joinery utilized through the yacht.
“The 6000 Sport Yacht’s rich interior feeling of light, area and liveability is improved through fixed skylights another tinted cup electric sunroof over the saloon lounge and helm, bringing the outdoors inside to make a further alfresco area in its very own right,” stated Mr Longhurst. “right here, soft-touch leathers and also the best quality materials complement a selection of practical features for dining, lounging as well as working whilst aboard.”
A versatile accommodation plan features as much as four generous-sized staterooms – including full-beam master suite with king-sized walk-around bed amidships – three bathrooms, plus the 86 sq.ft (8sq.m) energy space found underneath the cockpit can be changed into team quarters. The twin-berth cabin to port can be converted to an atrium lounge area having its very own integrated storage space and activity features – an excellent teenager’s retreat.
Riviera ceo Wes Moxey stated the dignified composure of the 6000 Sport Yacht is just as obvious offshore as it is at anchor – her solid and robust hull with keel is the development of Riviera’s rich 34-year heritage in building world-class luxury powerboats which can be proven inside tough Australian offshore conditions.
“Our talented group of international designers and engineers additionally incorporate state-of-the-art technology from around the globe to provide Riviera and Belize owners ‘the ultimate sailing experience’,” he said.
“For instance, the 6000 Sport Yacht includes C-Zone electronic switching. This means you no longer require to decide which circuit-breakers to show in or down – simply select the mode which most readily useful matches the operation for the yacht like ‘cruise’, ‘entertain’ or ‘dock unattended’ … while the appropriate circuits may be energised or disengaged. These modes could be customised by the owner, and so the system works just as you would like.” C-Zone control panels inside 6000 Sport Yacht are situated during the saloon entry, within trendy helm and also in impressive full-beam master stateroom below deck.
The 6000 Sport Yacht also has full joystick steering while underway, also complete auto-pilot, auto-trim, Dynamic Positioning System (DPS) for station-holding while rafting up or waiting off a fuel jetty, and Anti-Corrosion Protection (ACP).
“The amount of technology is clear through the entire yacht, because of the state-of-the-art battery system, while her clever design guarantees fast accessibility to key upkeep points, hence increasing reliability, reducing future servicing costs and confirming this beautiful yacht as being in a course of its,” said Mr Moxey.
For the 6000 Sport Yacht, Riviera has employed the revolutionary Volvo Penta propulsion system with twin IPS2-950 (533kW / 2 x 725hp) pod drives which, along with superior maneuvering and manoeuvring in tight quarters, additionally provide impressive fuel effectiveness, low sound levels, very long cruising range and a high top-end speed.
“The Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht has a top speed of around 31 knots under full load and has a cruising array of 281nm at 22 knots (with 10% fuel book),” stated Mr Moxey. “Of program there’s an extra pop-up joystick in the cockpit for exact docking control. Indeed a skipper – either solo or with a novice crew – can easily push and twist the joystick in the direction needed to make the ship respond immediately, pivoting in place or monitoring laterally right into a berth that’s just very long enough to fit the yacht.”
The 6000 Sport Yacht makes the woman Americas Premiere on 2014 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from October 30 – November 3 and will also be on display along side every one of Riviera’s latest releases at C Dock.
more information: riviera.com.au