|Nom:||68 sports motor yacht|
|Type de bien:||Motor Yacht|
|Année de construction:||2022|
|Matériau de la coque:||Fiberglass|
|Longueur:||22.85m / feet|
|Poutre:||5.99 / 19.65 feet|
|Tirant d'eau max:||1.9 / 6.23 feet|
|Moteurs:||2 x MAN V12 1550 0hp|
|Region:||United States, Fort Lauderdale|
RIVIERA 68 SPORTS MOTOR YACHT Yacht à Vendre
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Stepping from the wide boarding platform through either of the transom gates, the spaciousness of the Sports Motor Yacht’s expansive cockpit is immediately evident.
There is a considerable volume of cockpit storage with large lockers in the transom and deep fish bins in the floor, as well as a reinforced plate for an optional game chair. The coamings feature toe kicks for bracing, as well as optional heavy-duty stainless steel rod-holders.
Facing aft – and cleverly concealed under a moulded, gas strut-assisted lid – is a double barbecue with LED lights and a wet bar with a sink, tapware and an insulated cool box. There is also a hatch providing service access to the engine room as well as four removable tackle trays – in fact there’s a place for everything you’ll need for your extended voyaging.
Indulge in Pure Luxury
There’s even a safe for your valuables in one of two cedar-lined hanging lockers, which feature shoe shelves and full-length hanging space.
In the presidential design, the Sports Motor Yacht’s master ensuite, on the starboard side, is located forward, creating an even larger master stateroom with a writing bureau with a timber top, leatherette inlay and concealed make-up storage, power point, USB outlet, dinette-style seat and book storage.
Each model features a full stand-up engine room, while the strong and superior strength hull has been developed by the Riviera design team in collaboration with Frank Mulder Design in the Netherlands – three-time naval architects of the ‘Fastest Yacht in the World’.
We have also tank-tested the hull at the Wolfson Unit for Marine Technology and Industrial Aerodynamics at the University of Southampton, England to ensure we have maximised hull efficiency and performance.