Riviera 6000 Sports Yacht

5.0 from 3 Reviews

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Riviera has chosen to build a more puncture-resistant hull rather than to minimize weight with coring

Steve Larivee
boattest.com  
Reviewed Sep 2016
The Riviera 6000 SY has a flexible four-stateroom layout with luxurious full-beam master, three bathrooms, contemporary and stylish hull windows and portholes, dual electric sliding sunroofs and fixed skylights...
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Beauty, Brains and Brawn

Pacific Powerboat Magazine
boatmags.com  
Reviewed Oct 2016
In short, the Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht heralds a new era in sports yachts and a new area for Riviera. Its SY sisters will, almost certainly, morph into this more curvaceous, avant-garde and universally appealing form.

It’s a boat the company could only have dreamed about several years ago while in receivership. Now, people are again viewing sports cruisers as viable alternatives to waterfront duplex weekenders – the market sweet spot is 50 to 65 feet (15 to 20m), in the $1.2million-plus price range and, in this domain, Riv’s new managers seem hellbent on being the best, not the biggest...
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A born-again marvel – stylistically, aesthetically and technically

Anthony Twibill
sailsmagazine.com.au  
Reviewed Sep 2016
While comfortably familiar for the local armada of Riviera brand fans, the new 6000 Sport Yacht is sufficiently changed from its predecessor and upgraded with smart design touches and world-class finishes, and loaded with technology innovations that are genuinely cutting edge in the global recreational boating market. Every change to the design, styling and functionality has coupled with the raft of technology innovations aboard the new boat, coming together to make perfect sense...
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