Riviera 395 SUV - Sporty and Adventurous.


Barry 2018-06-15

Australia's most awarded luxury motor yacht builder, Riviera, has released their first new under-40-foot model in nearly a decade, the sporty and adventurous 395 SUV.

Unveiled at the opening of the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, the 395 SUV displays a contemporary elegance, from her entirely new hull and deck design with feature hull windows to European-inspired fabrics and cabinetry throughout. 

The new model offers two generous staterooms and a large bathroom on the accommodation deck, a spacious saloon and an open cockpit perfectly designed for relaxing and entertaining or for a raft of water sports.

Riviera owner Rodney Longhurst said the 395 provides a compelling new entree to the Riviera family.

“This model offers exceptional boating opportunities," said Mr Longhurst. "She provides single-level entertaining that is in the DNA of our popular Sport Yacht collection with the go-anywhere attributes of our classic blue-water flybridge collection.

“In this model, we have introduced a number of innovative design features. Among them are raised bulwarks on the side decks and a new barbecue centre.

In the light and airy saloon, the Riviera 395 SUV's contemporary styling comes to the fore, with light timber panelling and cabinetry and elegantly coloured Sunbrella fabrics on the seating.

The tinted-glass bulkhead between saloon and cockpit is made up of a fixed window behind the galley, an outward-opening stainless steel framed glass centre door and awning window on the port side behind the lounge. Hardtop sunroof hatches above the helm and forward lounge slide back to provide even more light and air.

The lower deck provides sleeping accommodation in comfort for five adults in two staterooms.

Power for the 395 SUV comes from twin Volvo Penta D6 IPS 500 turbo diesel engines providing 272kw (370hp) of power with IPS 10 pod drive units.

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