The Riviera 75 Flybridge – the largest boat ever built by Riviera, Australia’s largest and most awarded luxury boat builder – has moved into final fitout stage.
The flybridge has been craned onto the saloon and the interior fit out is underway.
Project manager Paul Wrench reports that the dash has been installed, the targa is on, and the flybridge rear rail has been fitted.
“After installing the flybridge,” says Paul. “we joined the cockpit to the deck, then we started fitting the air-conditioning units and all the plumbing downstairs.
“The owners are extremely happy with the results and I think it will look striking once complete.
“The new 75 has a nice sleek look about it because it is longer, which will also give the boat some added lift in the transom.
“The boat is on schedule for sea trial on April 19th and we look forward to displaying it in late May.”
The 75 Flybridge will be the biggest boat Riviera has ever built and displayed in Australia in the company’s 30 year history.”
Paul Wrench began his career in the marine industry 34 years ago as a shipwright for McConaghy Boats in Sydney where he spent 17 years building America’s Cup yachts. He is now Riviera’s large boat project manager, having worked on the six 70 Flybridges previously built and now the company’s new flagship model, the 75 Flybridge.