The award-winning Riviera design group in collaboration with superyacht designer, Luca Vallebona, have created the 78 Motor Yacht, an entirely new Riviera.With more space and more luxury as well as the key attributes of Riviera: quality, strength and blue-water performance.Hence, the Riviera 78 is an ocean capable luxury motor yacht, equally comfortable entertaining of Sydney Harbour, cruising the Mediterranean, or relaxing with family on holiday in the Bahamas.
* Length of the hull (Lh) to ISO8666: Includes all structural and integral parts (ie. the moulded length of the hull). It excludes parts that can be removed in a non-destructive manner without affecting the structural integrity of the craft, (eg. pulpits, outdrives, driving platforms, rubbing strakes).
** Dry weight represents the estimated minimum weight of a yacht with standard engines and options, no fuel or water on board, no equipment or provisions and no personnel. The stated dry weight may be exceeded.
*** Denotes net tank capacity. For useable capacity do not rely on more than 90% of tank capacity. Actual capacity will vary according to yacht trim and sea state. Speeds are subject to normal weather conditions, fuel and/or water levels, passengers and equipment loads.
The Reassurance of Riviera
A Proud Heritage
Riviera has a proud heritage of launching over 5,800 yachts in its over 42 years of operation.
Today Riviera yachts can be seen cruising the great lakes, rivers, seas and oceans of the world.
Riviera Australia is a family owned business guided by the excellence, values and vision of its owner, Rodney Longhurst.
The loyalty of Riviera owners is well-known, and Phuket-based Jacky and Rudi Dijk are no exception. Awaiting the flagship 78 Motor Yacht, their third Riviera, the couple thrive on cruising South-East Asia.
Striking new aesthetics from a European design house and a range of new smart systems has the Riviera 78 Motoryacht pushing into superyacht territory, as I found out when taking the first hull to sea on the Gold Coast.