Riviera moves to larger display at Miami International Boat Show on Collins Avenue
Riviera is set to make waves at one of the world's largest and most prestigious boating events, which spans 2.5 million square feet at the Miami Beach Convention Centre from February 11-15.
Riviera has held a strong presence at the Miami Boat Show for the past 10 years and has this year secured a new display on Collins Avenue, located on Ramp 34, a prime spot to accommodate the six boats that will be showcased this year.
Director of Riviera Yachts Chris McCafferty said Miami was regarded as one of the premier boat shows in the world.
"It is vitally important to both the domestic American market and also Europe. We typically use this show to introduce key models to the market in the Northern hemisphere," Mr McCafferty said.
"Our display in 2010 will show the strength of our brand in the US market and will also reinforce the commitment Riviera has to both its present and future customers."
Riviera CEO John Anderson said new boat sales were on the rise and Riviera anticipates continued success at the international boat shows in 2010.
"The Miami International Boat Show has always been one of our largest and most successful boat shows and we look forward to showcasing our impressive new range.
"We will have our professional team on hand to discuss our new innovative models bound for the United states in 2010 including the 5000 Sport Yacht with Zeus pod drives, 5800 Sport Yacht with triple IPS, 51 Enclosed Flybridge with triple IPS and new flybridge design, and our sensational new Motor Yacht range."