2002 Riviera 4000

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Class Power
Category Cruisers, Saltwater Fishing, Sports Fishing Boats
Year 2002
Make Riviera
Length 40'
Propulsion Type Twin Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Freeport, NY
USBoattest.com Review

By Mike Gridley

  In 1980, Riviera was launched in New SouthWales, Australia. Since then the company has been building its sales and reputation internationally with a model range from 36 to 75 feet.    The 4000 Offshore was a popular model offered in three versions: an enclosed cockpit, a hardtop and open with a radar arch. An enclosed model, our 2001 test boat had an appealing profile with flowing lines and soft curves.   Starting at the transom, this Riviera sports a TendâR Roller system mounted to the swim platform to handle the dinghy. Designed for fishing, the large cockpit has a teak sole that has been left natural for low maintenance. A canvas top extends from the hardtop, shading the cockpit so you can enjoy a drink or a snack in comfort. Space meant to handle fishing duties doubles nicely as storage and a cooler. Hatches in the deck open to reveal storage and a fish box. Amenities also include an AC/DC refrigerator/freezer and a sink with hot and cold water.   The upper cockpit powers up to reveal the engine room, where access to the Twin Cat 3208 diesels, the enclosed 9kW Kohler generator and other systems is first rate. A hatch in the upper cockpit sole provides quick access for daily checks.   Serious railings with safety lines and wide decks provide security moving forward while underway. The foredeck also has plenty of space for relaxing in the sun, especially on the double sun pads. Forward thereâs a massive anchor locker, windlass with pedals and a remote control. Twin anchor rollers allow for serious cruising anchors.    Two steps lead from the open cockpit to the enclosed upper cockpit. One of the really great features of the 4000 Offshore is its wide open space on deck. This is where you are really going to spend your time. You can be under the hardtop with the canvas on the back enjoying the air conditioning, then simply remove it if you want to spread out into the spacious cockpit. The L-shaped seating and facing settee provide ample room for guests, while the removable pedestal table opens up for dining. Under the seating thereâs storage and an icemaker is located under the helm seat.    A centre companionway leads below to the salon, where the design, layout and finishes are clean ��â almost minimalist -- resulting in a pleasant, easy-to-care-for interior.   To starboard is the modern functional galley with ample cabinet space, solid surface counter and moulded sink Appliances include a Sharp microwave, Princess two-burner cooktop and a second AC/DC fridge/freezer. Under the counter there are several drawers and a large locker.   To starboard, the comfortable Ultraleather L-shaped sofa converts to a lower double bunk and an upper single. Shelving, lockers and drawers provide display space and storage. On the aft bulkhead there are the entertainment systems, climate controls and the electrical panels. The television has been upgraded to an LCD flat screen with TracVision satellite TV.   When you open the stateroom door and fold back the bulkhead, you can watch your favourite TV program while relaxing in the island queen berth. For extended cruising, there are clothing drawers under the berth and a hanging locker with auto lighting.   The head has private access from the stateroom and day access from the salon. Features include a shower stall and Vacu Flush head, along with a solid surface moulded sink and vanity.    Back up top, I checked out the helm. Featuring triple wipers, the massive windshield will shed water readily in open water. Underway, standing or sitting will be comfortable with

great sightlines. The instruments are both comprehensive and ideally positioned.

A cruiserâs dream, the navigation suite consists of dual Furuno chartplot
Tradeboats.com.au Review
BOAT TEST: RIVIERA 4000 PRO TOURNAMENT

By: DAVID LOCKWOOD

Date: 15.01.1999

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Combining good looks and cruising comforts with an impressive range of gamefishing features, Riviera's 4000 Pro Tournament offers anglers and their families the best of both worlds, writes DAVID LOCKWOOD...

Riviera 4000 Pro Tournament

JANUARY, 1999 - We've all heard fishermen personify their boats. They're almost always a 'he' or a 'she' rather than an 'it'. But can a gameboat be sexy?

It can if it's Riviera's new 4000 Offshore, because it's already received widespread praise for its good looks, fine figure and sporty spice. But only now does it get a wrap for its fishing flexibility.

Fitted with a polished anodised aluminium tower, the 4000 Offshore has evolved into a long, lithe fishing boat - a model Riviera calls the 4000 Pro Tournament - that can now strut its stuff offshore with a full complement of anglers and tackle.

Indeed, bearing a navy blue hull and lots of shiny anodised aluminium, to some patrons of aesthetics, the Pro Tournament looked very bit the young-and-wealthy man's fishing machine. The Porsche Boxster of the bluewater if you like.

The 4000 Pro Tournament has been enhanced by the addition of polished (or powder-coated) aluminium rails in place f stainless steel. This is the trend in America where many smart anglers favour an open or canyon runner-style boat over the conventional convertible.

For the money rich and time poor, this boat offers more useable, better-integrated space for day fishing than many closed-door boats with rarely used saloons and tiny outdoor living areas.

When surrounded by clears - including additional storm covers so you can fully enclose what we'll call the 'upper saloon' - you get to see more of the outside world as you travel. And when these clears are rolled away, the view is even better.

The other big plus is the social side of this boat. The table seating allows at least six anglers to converse freely while watching the lures, steaming to the grounds or hanging out at the marina. Yet, all this is never more than a jump and grab of the rod away.

Covered by a fibreglass hardtop, offering full headroom and surrounded by top-shelf Vybak clears, the 4000 Pro Tournament virtually has two saloons, including one alongside its lower station, which is a big attraction to me.

The skipper, who can sit on a two-person helm seat or lift the bolster and drive while standing, facesthree tiers of classy walnut veneer-finished moulded dash, each graced with a battery of gauges.

On the top tier is a neat display of gauges for the twin V-eight 435hp Caterpillar diesel motors.

If you had any doubts this was a well-equipped fishing boat, the middle tier will convince you. There are a number of light switches, including one for the instruments (with dimmer), cabin, courtesy, targa, engine-room, anchor and nav. Additionally, there's a switch for the livebait tank and another to drain the built-in cockpit sole fishboxes. There are stop-start buttons for each motor, and, finally, switches for the trim tabs, washer, wiper, anchor winch and horn.

Flush-mounted on the bottom tier are the electronics - an excellent spread including Raytheon 850 colour sounder, 620 LCD plotter and Pathfinder SL60 radar (24nm).

Right at hand are the single-lever electronic Morse controls and Rayline searchlight controls - there are two aft facing lights in the tower and one monster shining forward like the ey of Cyclops. And somewhere lies the modern day marvel, the remote for the Clarion CD.

Finally, there's an overhead radio box with GME 27Meg and VHF

Boatsales.com.au Review

Riviera 4000 Offshore Pro Tournament

Riviera 4000 Offshore Pro TournamentCombining the good looks and cruising comfort of Riviera's 1998 BIAA Cruiser of the Year with an impressive range of gamefishing features, the 4000 Pro Tournament offers anglers and their families the best of both worlds

We've all heard fishermen personify their boats. They're almost always a 'he' or a 'she' rather than an 'it'. But can a gameboat be sexy?

It can if it's Riviera's new 4000 Offshore, the fishing version of the Queensland company's 1998 BIAA Cruiser of the Year. It is a vessel that has already received widespread praise for its good looks, fine figure and sporty spice. But only now does it get a wrap for its fishing flexibility.

Fitted with a polished anodised aluminium tower, the 4000 Offshore has evolved into a long, lithe, luscious-looking fishing boat - a model Riviera calls the 4000 Pro Tournament.

The popular sportscruiser can now strut its stuff offshore with a full complement of anglers and tackle, just as proudly as it can parade down a big city waterway where looks are everything.

Indeed, for some patrons of aesthetics, the 4000 Offshore Pro Tournament was the standout new offering at the Sydney Boat Show. Bearing a navy blue hull (Is that Black Watch blue?) and lots of shiny anodised aluminium, it looked every bit the young-and-wealthy man's fishing machine. The Porsche Boxster of the bluewater if you like.

Unlike most cruisers, the 4000 Pro Tournament has been enhanced by the addition of polished (or powder-coated) aluminium rails in place of stainless steel. This is the trend in America where many smart anglers favour an open or canyon runner-style boat over the conventional convertible.

"Basically, the boat was consumer driven," explains Riviera's Peter Jenkins. "The guy who bought it wanted a tower to go fishing. And it's a good boat for fishing. Hopefully, the east coast sportsfishing market in America will pick it up."

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For the money rich and time poor, this boat offers more useable, better-integrated space for day fishing than many closed-door boats with rarely used saloons and tiny outdoor living areas.

When surrounded by clears - including additional storm covers so you can fully enclose what I've decided to call an 'upper saloon' - you get to see more of the outside world as you travel. And when these clears are rolled away, the view is even better.

The other big plus is the social side of this boat. The table seating allows at least six anglers to converse freely while watching the lures, steaming to the grounds or hanging out at the marina. Yet, for all this, the cockpit is never more than a jump and grab of the rod away.

Covered by a fibreglass hardtop, offering full headroom and surrounded by top-shelf Vybak clears, the 4000 Pro Tournament virtually has two saloons, including one alongside its lower station, which is a big attraction to me.

The skipper, who can sit on a two-person helm seat or lift the bolster and drive while standing, faces three tiers of classy walnut veneer-finished moulded dash, each graced with a battery of gauges.

The comprehensive dash adds to the driving pleasure. On the top tier is a neat display of gauges for the twin V-eight 435hp Caterpillar diesel motors. But it's the middle tier (which includes a well-positioned Raypilot 650), where you'll find a terrific array of switches.

If you had any doubts this was a well-equipped fishing boat, you only need play with these. There are a number of light switches, including ones for the instruments (with dimmer), cabin, courtesy, targa, engine-room, anchor and nav. Additionally, there's a switch for the livebait tank and another to drain the built-in cockpit sole fish boxes. There are stop-start buttons for each motor; and, finally, switches for the trim tabs, washer, wiper, anchor w

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Speed and Distance
Cruising Speed
23
Max Speed
28.7
Dimensions
Nominal Length
40
Length Overall
44.6
Beam
14.33
Length at Waterline
41
Weights
Dry Weight
25353
Miscellaneous
Windlass
Electric
Deadrise At Transom
15
Accommodations
Double Berths
3
Cabins
1
Heads
1
Engine Make CAT
Engine Model 3126B
Engine Year 2002
Total Power 900hp
Engine Hours 4910
Engine Type Twin Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
Electronics
Autopilot
Radar
Plotter
Radio
Compass
GPS
Navigation Center
Cockpit Speakers
VHF
Depthsounder
Inside Equipment
Battery Charger
Hot Water
Sea Water Pump
Heating
Refrigerator
Electric Bilge Pump
Electric Head
Air Conditioning
Electrical Equipment
Generator
Shore Power Inlet
Outside Equipment/Extras
Swimming Ladder
Cockpit Shower
Davit(s)
Hull Shape Modified Vee
2002 Riviera 4000

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She is SOLID FIBERGLASS construction so no structural delamination nor moisture risks, massive and proven sea keeping.  Current survey with value = $165,000. Priced to BUY.

Originally owned and operated in fresh water until the summer of 2014.  She arrived on Long Island and enjoyed just 130 hours of use and professional maintenance by Al Grover's. The port engine now has 4,925 hours and the starboard engine 5,373 total hours.  The generator has 1,603 hours.  Solid fiberglass hull, 14' 4" beam, shallow keel.  Spacious from cockpit and helm through her cabin with Oak finish and solid Oak cabin sole.  She can perform fishing and cruising comfortably and reliably, cruise 23 knots at 2400 RPM.  CAT 3126B engines fully surveyed by HO Penn CAT Sept. 2017-good and strong, approximately 5,000 hours.  NEW DUAL EVO2 12" Simrad GPS/Broadband Radar touch screen in 2016, 1Kw transducer + Forward Scan Transducer.  Original autopilot and Vhf, Twin Disc Commander trolling valves, Kohler 9 kw generator, Sealand Vacuflush head, two Cruise Air systems of 16,000 btu each, 1 at helm that needs a new compressor and 1 in cabin. NEW August 2019: 4 batteries, fuel and air filters, water pump, wiper blades. NEW enclosure installed Feb. 2018.

This second owner purchased from the original owner in Michigan.  She was enjoyed on Lake Huron-freshwater. Only rarely used as a day boat by this multiple boat owner. Never fished or slept aboard. He is moving up to his next boat.

Our Experience Improves Your Experience.  Get it Right at Al Grover's.

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