Riviera Showcases $30 Million Dollars Worth of Luxury Yachts Ahead of Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show
If you’re lucky enough to be heading to this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) between May 25 to 28, you won’t be able to miss the line-up of 11 Riviera yachts that have made their presence clear with a 617ft display. Worth more than $30 million dollars, it’s the longest line of luxury motor yachts ever assembled on the Gold Coast as the brand looks to make its only Australian boat show appearance in 2023.
“This tremendous showcase at Sanctuary Cove will be Riviera’s only boat show display in Australia for 2023 and will feature selected models from our 39 to 78 feet range,” said Riviera owner Rodney Longhurst. “Visitors to our display will be able to experience the meticulous engineering, supreme luxury and ease of boating that has earned Riviera international regard.”
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Our eyes are on the Riviera 585 SUV, which is having its world premiere at the Show. “It’s basically a private super yacht to yourself… You can lounge around on the al fresco mezzanine, sip champagne on the foredeck at sunset or enjoy a seafood feast with friends and family in the gourmet kitchen. And at 19 and a half metres, it’s spacious without being too big,” said Longhurst.
Based on the Gold Coast, Riviera has the largest luxury yacht building facility in the Southern Hemisphere and employs more than 900 people. Production is increasing substantially year on year, with the capacity to build more than 150 luxury motor yachts annually.
If you want to check out the boats on show at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) between May 25 to 28, tickets can be bought for AUD$32 for adults, kids under 16 enter for FREE with a paying adult. In just the first week of exhibitor applications opening, SCIBS 2023 doubled applications received for the previous year, with the event selling out well in advance. There are also more exhibitors than any SCIBS before, and a 400 per cent increase in new product launches and debuts.
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