Riviera launch online Boat Show
As Riviera marks its 40th anniversary, Australia’s premier luxury motor yacht builder is launching its own Boat Show featuring a limited selection of new, state-of-the-art Riviera and Belize motor yachts that will be available for enjoyment in the near future. This Boat Show will inspire new owners to start thinking about the coming boating season and their future boating escapes.
It comes as Riviera is taking a steadfast approach in adhering to high standards governing the health and wellbeing of all of its team at the company’s Gold Coast facility in Australia.
Riviera dealer representatives in Australia, Japan and the United States East Coast, West Coast and Pacific Northwest are participating in this new Boat Show. Representatives are able to offer the opportunity for people to inspect a Riviera or Belize luxury motor yacht through a variety of options including a personal virtual tour via Face Time or Skype, email a video with commentary or in person if possible.
The move is in response to a desire from people to go boating as soon as they can and by expectant Riviera owners to ensure their new boat is delivered as soon as possible.
"At Riviera, we are seeing a real desire for family and friends wanting to get back on the water as soon as they can," said Riviera owner Rodney Longhurst.
"Over the past few weeks, we have received calls from Europe, the Americas and Australasia from owners who currently have new boats in build with us. The consistent theme from these calls has been ‘please do all you can to deliver our new boat to us as soon as possible’.
"Our owners are telling us that they are keen to return to their much-loved boating way of life when they can."
Anticipation is now growing for the world premiere planned for June of the Riviera 64 Sports Motor Yacht. Production is now well advanced and Riviera’s design team has excelled in optimising the onboard space of this new yacht, offering superior levels of design, innovation and luxury for true blue-water cruising and long-term liveability.
"There will be a series of exclusive inspections of the 64 SMY that prospective owners are now arranging with our dealer representatives planned for June and July," said Mr Longhurst.
"The time ahead of us may be challenging, but I know that the wider Riviera family, including our team, contractors, suppliers, dealers and valued motor yacht owners, will endure.
Our representative network stands ready now to assist our owners and we trust that the Riviera family remain safe and calm and look out for each other. I take this opportunity to thank everyone all for their tremendous support. The Riviera family are all in our minds at this time. "