2013 Riviera 63 Enclosed Flybridge
|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
|Length Overall (inc. swim platform & bow roller) 19.63 m 64' 5 Lh to ISO8666* 18.60 m 61' 0 Beam (inc. gunwale) 5.40 m 17' 9 Maximum Draft (inc. props) 1.58 m 5' 2 Dry Weight** (approx., depends on engines & options) 30,500 kgs 67,200 lbs Fuel Capacity*** 6,550 lts 1,731 US gal. Water Capacity*** 1,000 lts 264 US gal. Holding Tank Capacity*** 273 lts 72 US gal. Sleeping Capacity 7 persons Standard Engine X 2 Caterpillar 747 kW 1,015 hp each Generator Brand Onan Generator Output 22.5 kW 30 hp|
Riviera is proud to announce the launch of its new 63 Flybridge with a raft of engineering and design enhancements based on its predecessor, the superb 61 Flybridge.
When the 61 Flybridge, featuring a Frank Mulder (the Dutch superyacht specialist) designed hull, was introduced to the boating public in 2008, the highly regarded Australian Captain Bob Jones described it as the best running boat in the Riviera fleet.
Now with a number of ground breaking design changes, the 63 offers a whole lot more capability, offshore and at anchor, and is available with either an enclosed flybridge or open flybridge.
Riviera Director of Brand and Communication Stephen Milne describes the new 63 as a luxurious and highly capable long range offshore vessel, with many popular design cues taken from the fleets prestigious flagship, the Riviera 75.
The new 63 features a galley positioned central to the party, a cockpit that is an extension of the live-aboard space inside, a master stateroom that is bathed in light and fresh air, an enclosed flybridge that serves as a sky lounge and refinements to the hull that further enhance performance and sea keeping ability.
The new galley is positioned aft, adjacent to the saloon bulkhead, and separated from the large sociable cockpit space by a hinged awning window and full tinted glass door. The result is an extension of light and space from outside in, with guests easily able to converse with whoever is in the galley.
The latest European appliances are housed within cabinetry with soft close drawers and encased in high gloss timber the hallmark of every Riviera, and the new 61 is certainly no exception.
A Miele extraction hood vents cooking odours to the outside through the flybridge structure. Non-slip and hard wearing Amtico flooring is a striking feature of the galley, and is easily maintained. All refrigeration and dishwasher drawers are held in place at sea with machined aluminium cam locks.
Galley appliances comprise a Miele combination microwave and oven, efficient induction cooktop and slimline dishwasher installed within the U-shape galley, set to port and out of the way of the main fore and aft traffic corridor. A huge working area set atop a solid surface benchtop features an underslung stainless steel sink, an enclosed 27 litre waste bin, dedicated cup, plate, pot and cutlery drawers and ample storage. Riviera designers have carefully ensured that every amount of available space has been fully utilised.
Forward of the galley, also to port, there is an option for twin bar stools and an L-shape lounge with convertible dinette table with seating capacity for six plus two.
Opposite the galley to starboard there is a bar area with ice maker and fridge set under ergonomically raked flybridge stairs, with solid teak treads nested on flawless tig-welded stainless steel supports.
A special feature of the saloon bar is an electric lift glassware cabinet which retracts into the varnished cabinetry while under way, yet rises to the occasion at the touch of a button. Powered by whisper quiet German drive technology, the cabinet features LED backlit shelving and is sure to impress.
Forward of the bar there is a spacious U-shape lounge and dinette with seating for 12 well positioned to take advantage of the large, 40 inch TV mounted on the forward dash.
Throughout the 63 there is a fine blend of varnished timber and fabric wall panelling, creating a soft and acoustically correct feel to the interior.
Recessed grab rails are set into the head-liner, as is an overhead locker, while air-conditioning is ducted almost invisibly from behind a varnished timber facia panel that run virtually the full length of the saloon.
The very large main saloon is bright and airy, with 360 degree tinted windows and offering views from every seating angle and position. This is the social hub of
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Contact Jim Penix directly at
(772) 370-5330 or Jim@sovyachts.com
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
2013 Riviera 63 Enclosed Flybridge
Super clean.. Full service to engines and generator completed September 2015!
This 63' features a galley positioned central to the party, a cockpit that is an extension of the live-aboard space inside, a master stateroom that is bathed in light and fresh air, an enclosed flybridge that serves as a sky lounge and refinements to the hull that further enhance performance and sea keeping ability.
Remote Spot Light ACR
Ray Marine Smart Auto Pilot
Night Vision Camera
8 Cameras throughout the boat.
Bow & Stern Thrusters (Joystick Controled w/Engine)
C Zone Electrical Control on Fly Bridge and Salon
Large Sunroof in Bridge Area
Galley Opens up to Cockpit.
4 Staterooms / 3 Heads
TV and DVD in each Stateroom.
Over Sized Beautiful Teak Cockpit
Twin BBQ Grill in Transom.
In Master Stateroom, Bed Raises Electronically and Is equipped with 5 Drawers. (Storage under bed)
Bose Lifestyle Audio System
Low hours on Generators.
Portable Browning Drive Compressor
(2) 27 KW Generators - 975 hours