Riviera’s new 57 Enclosed Flybridge is to make its world premiere at the Sydney International Boat Show in Australia next month.
The three-stateroom/two bathroom yacht has contemporary styling and is equipped with a range of innovative features, including Volvo Penta’s Glass Cockpit navigation system and CZone’s digital switching system.
The hull lines on the 57 Enclosed Flybridge run straight aft from the maximum mid-ship beam of 5.13m which, in turn, provides an extremely buoyant lift and an easy planing surface, while its keel delivers straight tracking and great stability.
“Natural light and fresh air is introduced through opening tinted saloon side windows which, in tandem with the massive front windscreen, filter light below through the companionway and to the accommodation deck,” says Riviera chairman and owner Rodney Longhurst.
“The master stateroom is located amidships in the most stable part of the yacht, and defies convention for a vessel of this size, luxuriating right across the full beam and featuring a king-sized bed and with upholstered headboard detailing.”
Owners can also choose either pod or conventional shaft drive propulsion on the Riviera 57 Enclosed Flybridge. There are three choices for a drive package – an IPS2-950, IPS2-1200 or the conventional D13 shaft drive.
The yacht will be making its global debut at the 2015 Sydney International Boat Show, which runs from July 30 to August 3.