Riviera's new models a WA first at 2014 Mandurah Boat Show

Riviera’s new 50 Enclosed Flybridge will make it's State debut at the 2014 Mandurah Boat Show.

As one of Australia’s favourite and most awarded luxury boat builder, the 50 Enclosed Flybridge has all of the trademark qualities of Riviera, but with many exciting design refinements.

Riviera chairman and owner Rodney Longhurst said Riviera’s relentless commitment to excellence in new model development, design and technology ensured the company was positioned at the forefront of premium quality powerboats.

“Our philosophy is to provide the ultimate boating experience for both seasoned boat owners and those keen to take the helm for the first time, and I believe our latest new models reflect this philosophy,” he said.

“The sleek new 50 Enclosed Flybridge has a striking exterior profile with large hull windows and port lights, twin transom doors in the cockpit, aft galley with awning window that connects the saloon with the oversized cockpit.

"There’s also a flexible accommodation plan featuring three equal-sized staterooms and two bathrooms, a three-sided enclosed flybridge with forward helm, a very generous seating arrangement and an internal staircase linking the saloon to the flybridge, through a lockable water-tight hatch.

“All round this boat feels bigger with more internal volume space than similar sized vessels, which can be attributed to the clever interior design which provides an abundance of natural light. 

“This vessel is also the perfect size for three couples or a large extended family.

"At 50-feet, it fits into standard size marina berths without compromising on space or the hallmark qualities of Riviera, and we are certain Riviera enthusiasts in Western Australia will be impressed with this striking new Flybridge model.”

Standard power in the 50 Enclosed Flybridge is via twin Volvo Penta IPS2-800s (460kW / 2x626hp), which includes joystick control, and achieves a top speed of 30.1 knots, a cruise speed of 22.5 knots and a cruising range of 354nM at 24.5 knots, with 10 per cent fuel reserve.

Mandurah Boat Show guests will be the first in the State to see the new 50 Enclosed Flybridge.