|The new features of this stately Sport Yacht start to become evident even before you step aboard - her sleek lines are complemented by contemporary stateroom port holes, large fixed skylights and two electric sliding sunroofs built into the curvaceous fibreglass hardtop... Finessed with an attention to every detail that confirms this magnificent vessel is indeed a Riviera.
Stepping from the large hydraulic swim platform through either of the wide transom side gates and into the expansive teak-laid cockpit of the 6000, you'll immediately appreciate the evolution of the luxury indoor/outdoor character for which our Sport Yacht series is internationally renowned.
Wide, walk-around non-slip side decks with well-placed hand rails give access to her colossal-sized sun pad which sprawls the centreline of the forward deck. Here there's an independent two-speaker Fusion AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth and USB port, as well as handy water-tight storage compartments and, of course, a deep ice box to keep the champagne perfectly chilled and the beer icy cold while you soak up the sun.
The free-flowing feel throughout the 6000 is enhanced with a large glass awning window which opens between the cockpit and spacious saloon, bringing the outdoors inside and affirming the large aft U-shaped galley as the central entertainment hub of the boat.
Whether overnighting in a sheltered bay or on a long-distance coastal cruise, the inspiring design of the 6000 Sport Yacht ensures supreme comfort for her owners and guests.
The full-beam master stateroom has a king-size, walk-around bed amidships, contemporary timber-finish headboard and bedside tables, new and striking deep windows on either side as well as opening portholes on both sides which adds a striking visual feature as well as ensuring plenty of fresh air.
The 6000 Sport Yacht's confident poise is just as evident offshore as it is at anchor - her solid and robust hull with keel is the evolution of Riviera's rich 34-year heritage in building world-class luxury powerboats that are proven in the tough Australian blue-water conditions.