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Riviera Lifestyle Afloat at Mandurah Boat Show

by Stephen Milne on 21 Sep 2012
Riviera's flagship 75 Enclosed Flybridge is the largest semi-production flybridge boat built in Australia Stephen Milne
Western Australian boating enthusiasts will have the chance to experience the Riviera lifestyle afloat at the 2012 Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show held from October 12 to 14.

Australia’s largest and most awarded luxury boat builder will showcase three of its latest and most popular models, the new 4400 Series II Sport Yacht, the popular 5800 Sport Yacht and the new flagship 75 Enclosed Flybridge.

R Marine Perth dealer principal Brendon Grieve said their floating display would give people a taste of the Riviera lifestyle.

'We invite people to come onboard and relax in the entertainment hub of these stunning new models and feel part of the Riviera family,' he said.

'The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show is Western Australia’s largest lifestyle event with more than 20,000 people expected through the gates over the three day event.

'Our award-winning team of professionals and staff from the Riviera factory will be on hand to assist customers with any questions and enquiries.



'This year we are pleased to offer our customers the chance to participate in Riviera boating education clinics, which have proven to be extremely popular with our owners. The boating education clinics are designed to inform owners about their boats, maintenance tips, electronics and navigation advice, genset and desalination operation and basic skipper information and checklists.'

Established in 2001, the annual Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show is Australia’s premiere boat show with more than 200 exhibitors displaying more than 650 boats over the three day event.

Riviera’s stunning new 4400 Sport Yacht Series II features additional cockpit seating, a new extended hardtop, greater head room in the aft cabin, LED lighting, and the 4400 Series II is the first in the Sport Yacht range to introduce extremely large hull windows, similar to those in Riviera’s new 53 and 61 Series II Flybridge models.



The 5800 Sport Yacht is one of Riviera’s most popular models having sold 24 new boats since it was released in 2009. This new concept 5800 Sport Yacht takes luxury boating to a new level with its three or four cabin option including full beam master stateroom with midships king size bed, the option of a galley in the saloon or below decks, an expansive cockpit with large dining table and a garage that can accommodate a 3.2-metre tender. There is even the option of crew quarters or a large storage space forward of the engine room.



Riviera’s new flagship 75 Enclosed Flybridge is the largest semi-production flybridge boats built in Australia.

The 75 has sleeping accommodation for up to 12 in four separate cabins each with their own ensuite, an aft galley which is centrally located between the cockpit and saloon which opens to the mezzanine alfresco dining area through a large awning window and stainless steel and glass door. The aft galley positioning can also easily serve the flybridge. The 75 can be customised to suite the owners’ individual requirements but the extended cockpit make it an excellent vessel for fishing, entertainment or long range cruising.

Riviera’s floating display will be located on the water in berths 28 to 33, as well as a Belize Motoryacht display with details of the new 52 Sedan and Daybridge models.

The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show will run over three days; October 12 from 10am-6pm, October 13 from 10am-6pm and October 14 from 10am-5pm at the Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club, Mandurah Ocean Marina.

More at www.rivieraaustralia.com

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