Riviera boasts new power pack

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Australian builder adopts Volvo Penta propulsion

Riviera boasts new power pack
Riviera boasts new power pack

Riviera has given its 3600 series Euro-style sport yacht the make-over treatment, adopting a completely new propulsion system along the way.

The Volvo Penta inboard system has allowed the company to heavily revise the layout of the yacht, enabling improvements to cabin size and layout.

The company lists the main features as:

Fuel-efficient Power Volvo Penta IPS – Inboard Performance System – is a revolutionary new propulsion system. With dramatically increased efficiency, Volvo Penta IPS offers fast acceleration, quiet running and significantly reduced fuel consumption;

Two Cabins Accommodation below consists of a master stateroom with island bed, 6' 7" headroom, and generous cupboard and hanging space. The guest cabin features an athwartships double bed as well as a single bed running fore and aft;

Expansive Saloon It’s all here - helm, lounge and galley. Specification is high. The soft leather L-shaped lounge is inviting. The feeling of being in control at the helm is compelling - the moulded dash is akin to a luxury European car;

Central Galley On the same level as the cockpit and saloon, and cool thanks to air-conditioning in the saloon, you'll cook up a feast with features such as microwave oven, cooktop, fridge/freezer, sink with faucet, and significant bench;

Indoor-Outdoor The huge rear window and door between cockpit and saloon, are a revelation. Stylish, in tinted glass and polished S/S frame, the opening creates the ultimate indoor-outdoor feel. The two areas just flow into one;

Sun Special For sun-worshippers, there is a sun-pad on the foredeck. But most will gravitate to the ambience of the cockpit where a folding table, lounge, refrigerator and huge boarding platform, add a new dimension.

Riviera overview


 


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