This is a three-cabin configuration, the master stateroom features an island queen bed and ensuite, a starboard guest cabin for two with Pullman-style bunks and a portside cabin with twin beds with an infill to convert to a double bed.
Moulded exterior staircase
No ladder to the flybridge - the Riviera 45 has a moulded staircase between the cockpit and flybridge. Teak treads and LED courtesy lights for nighttime safety as well as polished stainless steel grabrails provide safety and comfort at sea or at anchor.
A well-equipped, sizeable and ingeniously designed cockpit. Addressing two key end-users, for the game fisherman it is a well conceived and functional platform, and for the cruising family it is the social hub.
The rear bulkhead awning window and door open out into the cockpit to create one extended living space between the cockpit, saloon and galley. The saloon boasts generous headroom and intelligent layout. Watch the 32" LED TV, pop your iPod into the sound system, or enjoy the reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Befitting a long-range cruiser, a generous U-shaped gourmet galley features solid-surface bench tops, large stainless steel sink, generous storage and an impressive array of appliances.
The 'open plan' lounge comfortably seats six adults. Features include a lockable GRP hatch, a wet bar, independent sound system, optional fridge and state-of-the-art helm station.
Innovative rod storage
Safe and secure too. The electrically operated lockable overhead rod storage in the saloon headliner provides the ultimate safe and convenient tackle locker.
Increased hull performance
The Frank Mulder-designed computer CAD-CAM precision hull offers startling performance characteristics; the propeller 'tunnels' provide greater forward thrust while the exceptional hydrodynamics means it is quick to plane, stable yet delightfully responsive, and truly robust.