Riviera Syndication’s impressive Sport Yacht range will not disappoint with Riviera’s most dynamic and luxurious Sport Yacht, the 5800 now available for owners use in three locations; Rushcutters Bay in Sydney, the Gold Coast and Hamilton Island in the Whitsunday’s.
This model is a favourite among boating enthusiasts with Riviera Syndication recently confirming their purchase of a second 5800 Sport Yacht to be based at Sanctuary Cove.
The 5800 Sport Yacht will spend six months of the year in Rushcutters Bay in Sydney, three months on the Gold Coast and three months in the turquoise waters of the Whitsunday’s on Hamilton Island, giving owners the chance to cruise and experience Australia’s best east coast waterways and the Great Barrier Reef.
Riviera Syndication CEO John Russell said the 5800 Sport Yacht’s striking European looks, accommodation arrangement and its smooth, whisper quiet ride will appeal to those enthusiasts wanting the ultimate in boating excellence.
“With the generous four cabins, three bathroom accommodations and the single level living saloon, aft galley and large fully appointed cockpit, the market is excited by what they are seeing,” he said.
The 5800 Sport Yacht design maximises the indoor-outdoor lifestyle with a unique sense of light and space creating a relaxed ambience for entertaining and relaxing.
The boat features revolutionary Volvo Penta IPS propulsion, an integrated system of marine diesel engines and steerable drive units mounted under the hull with twin counter rotating, forward facing, propellers. This superior drive system offers easy handling and manoeuvring even in tight situations and a joystick for easy docking.
“It’s incredible, wind has little to no effect on this impressive vessel when manoeuvring the 5800 in tight quarters using the joystick control is just so easy,” said Mr Russell.
In addition to the 5800 Sport Yacht, Riviera Syndication continues to offer the best in Riviera floating luxury with the 4400 Sport Yacht, and the M290 Sport Cruiser based at The Spit in Sydney’s northern suburb of Mosman and another 5000 Sport Yacht available later this year in Pittwater.
Riviera Syndication Sydney manager Andy Young said The Spit was a great location to offer these two luxurious models with access to some of Sydney’s most pristine waterways.
“The Spit Marina has just invested AUD$1.5 million in upgrades, including a new restaurant so it is becoming a real lifestyle marina and an ideal spot to launch our new Sport Yachts,” he said.
“It’s the biggest market in Sydney for syndication owners and we are pleased to announce the launch of Riviera Syndication at The Spit.”
Shares in the 5800, 4400 and M290, are only AUD$239,000, AUD$115,000, and AUD$25,000 respectively plus on goings, offering the right boat and boating experience for any budget.
“The owners take a 10 per cent equity share in the boat; it’s very convenient for the owners because they don’t have to do any of the work on the boat what so ever. Riviera Syndication does all the cleaning and maintenance – it’s absolutely ideal for busy people,” said Mr Young.
“They get 33 days a year plus unlimited stand-by days available to book via the user friendly automated online booking system. All the popular times including weekends are shared evenly between all the owners.
“It’s a very smart and economical way of experiencing the pleasures of boating whether you are an experienced boater or new to boating. Comprehensive three day tuition is also included. The majority of our owners are busy business people. Riviera and Syndication suits their lives and precious leisure time.”