2019 Riviera 445 SUV ##010

We’re inviting you to experience something very special – a whole new class of luxury motor yacht. By combining the offshore pedigree and open cockpit of the Riviera Flybridge Collection with the relaxed, flowing one-level living of Riviera Sport Yachts, we’ve created a yacht for both the adventurer and entertainer in you – the Riviera 445 SUV.

This is blue-water living on a whole new level… The expansive open cockpit works beautifully in full cruising mode or can be easily adapted for diving, fishing and maximunm adventure. Just look at how much friends and family will enjoy the 445 SUV’s fantastic flowing, easy living design, not to mention the luxury, light and sweeping saloon views.

World leading on board and engine room technology makes the 445 SUV supremely easy to operate and skipper…for novices and experienced hands alike. You’ll have silky-smooth Volvo Inboard Propulsion System (IPS) to power you, Volvo Penta Glass Cockpit Navigation and multi-function display screens to guide you and fingertip-easy, joystick maneuverability. Simply brilliant.

Blue-water adventure seeking is a thrilling if sometimes tiring pursuit. Fortunately, Riviera designers have created a supremely welcoming, luxurious and restful environment below deck: You’ll find two magnificent staterooms and two designer bathrooms where you can retire, unwind and restore.

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2019 Riviera 445 SUV ##010

What would prompt us to pursue such a tangent and create a new kind of boat like the SUV?

Well, right away, this is not just us at Riviera sitting around blue-skying these notions.

As you may be well aware, we go to great lengths to constantly talk with owners around the world (over 50 percent of our boats are shipped internationally) about the way they use their vessels— or might like to.

It just relentlessly improves the breed.

And there seems to be, in recent times, a sizeable group of owners who really warm to such a crossover craft.

This has inevitably led us to create what is probably a world first, with the Riviera SUV.

In many ways, it’s really your idea.

The new 445 SUV is in all respects a true embodiment of Riviera heritage.

By this we mean that all the familiar— and reassuring — aspects of classic Riviera boatbuilding are there: the purposeful lines, the hefty scantlings, the solid feel in a seaway, the spatial sense, the layout, the sumptuous decor. As well as a full no-nonsense Flybridge-scale cockpit.

All our learning is on show here again.

The SUV’s confident offshore poise comes, to a large degree, from Riviera’s leading-edge CAD technology and legendary build quality that combine superstrong hand layups with solid GRP bottom and structural core material on the hull flanks, main deck and hardtop, as well as precisely fitted lightweight resin transfer moldings, pre-fitted for a perfect seal when all major components are bonded together.

A great deal of our acumen regarding hull shape has contributed to, for example, aft chine strakes that have a straight run, to enhance both speed and manoeuvrability, as well as a moderate Vee shape going forward, to a precise 14.5-degree deadrise at the transom to stay beautifully composed in a choppy quarter sea without diminishing top end performance.

The extensive Flybridge and Sport Yacht Collections really had a big influence on the choice of IPS pod-drive propulsion as the must-have standard propulsion for the new SUV; confirmed over our now four-year experience and close collaboration with Volvo engineers on seven different Sport Yacht, Flybridge and Offshore Express models and hundreds of production craft.

The system’s twin engines and forward facing, counter-rotating props not only offers exhilerating performance, but precise micromanagement of handling in confined spaces. A skipper— either solo or with a novice crew— can, just using a joystick, direct the twin pod units so as to place the boat easily and exactly where it’s wanted.

There seem to be only upsides and upsides to the Volvo system; in efficiency, top speed, acceleration, economy, manoeuvrability and quietness. But one of the biggest advantages is that the bulk of engineering machinery can be positioned well aft, rather than amid-ships, as shaft drive engineering dictates.

 


Sun Country Marine offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agent(s), or his surveyor(s), to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 



Like having two boats

Super-efficient use of space is fully capitalised upon below decks, indebted to CAD and the IPS propulsion configuration.

This opens the way for guest accommodations to dominate amidships and extend beam-to-beam, offering up to three additional berths. Yet leaving plenty of spare volume for large, concealed cupboard space.

The opulent Master Stateroom forward allows for a queen size island bed of a full two metres in length. The bed is also a useful storage facility itself with large drawers under and flanked by full-length wardrobe hanging space.

In between both these large staterooms there is plenty of room for two generous and beautifully appointed bathrooms: a guest/day head aft to starboard and an ensuite for the master forward to port.

It’s down in this area that you’ll probably notice, even more, another advancement that the 445 SUV ushers in:

International yacht interior designer Georgia Dirudi has created an entirely fresh design scheme for internal spaces.

It introduces a whole new-look palette of calming but warm colours: champagne, crème, straw, manila with a fresh touch of colour; in surfaces of laminate, leather, suede, mirror, American oak, plush sisal carpet and subtle waffle fabric textures.

 


More room and more style

What would prompt us to pursue such a tangent and create a new kind of boat like the SUV?

Well, right away, this is not just us at Riviera sitting around blue-skying these notions.

As you may be well aware, we go to great lengths to constantly talk with owners around the world (over 50 percent of our boats are shipped internationally) about the way they use their vessels— or might like to.

It just relentlessly improves the breed.

And there seems to be, in recent times, a sizeable group of owners who really warm to such a crossover craft.

This has inevitably led us to create what is probably a world first, with the Riviera SUV.

In many ways, it’s really your idea.

The new 445 SUV is in all respects a true embodiment of Riviera heritage.

By this we mean that all the familiar— and reassuring — aspects of classic Riviera boatbuilding are there: the purposeful lines, the hefty scantlings, the solid feel in a seaway, the spatial sense, the layout, the sumptuous decor. As well as a full no-nonsense Flybridge-scale cockpit.

All our learning is on show here again.

The SUV’s confident offshore poise comes, to a large degree, from Riviera’s leading-edge CAD technology and legendary build quality that combine superstrong hand layups with solid GRP bottom and structural core material on the hull flanks, main deck and hardtop, as well as precisely fitted lightweight resin transfer moldings, pre-fitted for a perfect seal when all major components are bonded together.

A great deal of our acumen regarding hull shape has contributed to, for example, aft chine strakes that have a straight run, to enhance both speed and manoeuvrability, as well as a moderate Vee shape going forward, to a precise 14.5-degree deadrise at the transom to stay beautifully composed in a choppy quarter sea without diminishing top end performance.

The extensive Flybridge and Sport Yacht Collections really had a big influence on the choice of IPS pod-drive propulsion as the must-have standard propulsion for the new SUV; confirmed over our now four-year experience and close collaboration with Volvo engineers on seven different Sport Yacht, Flybridge and Offshore Express models and hundreds of production craft.

The system’s twin engines and forward facing, counter-rotating props not only offers exhilerating performance, but precise micromanagement of handling in confined spaces. A skipper— either solo or with a novice crew— can, just using a joystick, direct the twin pod units so as to place the boat easily and exactly where it’s wanted.

There seem to be only upsides and upsides to the Volvo system; in efficiency, top speed, acceleration, economy, manoeuvrability and quietness. But one of the biggest advantages is that the bulk of engineering machinery can be positioned well aft, rather than amid-ships, as shaft drive engineering dictates.

 













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2019 Riviera 445 SUV ##010

  • Beam: 15 feet
  • Cabin(s): 3
  • Cruising Speed: 25.9 knots
  • Dry Weight (lbs): 29792
  • Head(s): 2
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Length Overall: 47.75 feet
  • LOA: 47.8 feet
  • LWL (feet): 47.75
  • Max Draft: 3.67 feet
  • Max Speed: 32 knots
  • Range: 379 nautical mile
  • Trim Tabs: true

riviera-150x35.png

2019 Riviera 445 SUV ##010

What would prompt us to pursue such a tangent and create a new kind of boat like the SUV?

Well, right away, this is not just us at Riviera sitting around blue-skying these notions.

As you may be well aware, we go to great lengths to constantly talk with owners around the world (over 50 percent of our boats are shipped internationally) about the way they use their vessels— or might like to.

It just relentlessly improves the breed.

And there seems to be, in recent times, a sizeable group of owners who really warm to such a crossover craft.

This has inevitably led us to create what is probably a world first, with the Riviera SUV.

In many ways, it’s really your idea.

The new 445 SUV is in all respects a true embodiment of Riviera heritage.

By this we mean that all the familiar— and reassuring — aspects of classic Riviera boatbuilding are there: the purposeful lines, the hefty scantlings, the solid feel in a seaway, the spatial sense, the layout, the sumptuous decor. As well as a full no-nonsense Flybridge-scale cockpit.

All our learning is on show here again.

The SUV’s confident offshore poise comes, to a large degree, from Riviera’s leading-edge CAD technology and legendary build quality that combine superstrong hand layups with solid GRP bottom and structural core material on the hull flanks, main deck and hardtop, as well as precisely fitted lightweight resin transfer moldings, pre-fitted for a perfect seal when all major components are bonded together.

A great deal of our acumen regarding hull shape has contributed to, for example, aft chine strakes that have a straight run, to enhance both speed and manoeuvrability, as well as a moderate Vee shape going forward, to a precise 14.5-degree deadrise at the transom to stay beautifully composed in a choppy quarter sea without diminishing top end performance.

The extensive Flybridge and Sport Yacht Collections really had a big influence on the choice of IPS pod-drive propulsion as the must-have standard propulsion for the new SUV; confirmed over our now four-year experience and close collaboration with Volvo engineers on seven different Sport Yacht, Flybridge and Offshore Express models and hundreds of production craft.

The system’s twin engines and forward facing, counter-rotating props not only offers exhilerating performance, but precise micromanagement of handling in confined spaces. A skipper— either solo or with a novice crew— can, just using a joystick, direct the twin pod units so as to place the boat easily and exactly where it’s wanted.

There seem to be only upsides and upsides to the Volvo system; in efficiency, top speed, acceleration, economy, manoeuvrability and quietness. But one of the biggest advantages is that the bulk of engineering machinery can be positioned well aft, rather than amid-ships, as shaft drive engineering dictates.

 


Sun Country Marine offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agent(s), or his surveyor(s), to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 



Like having two boats

Super-efficient use of space is fully capitalised upon below decks, indebted to CAD and the IPS propulsion configuration.

This opens the way for guest accommodations to dominate amidships and extend beam-to-beam, offering up to three additional berths. Yet leaving plenty of spare volume for large, concealed cupboard space.

The opulent Master Stateroom forward allows for a queen size island bed of a full two metres in length. The bed is also a useful storage facility itself with large drawers under and flanked by full-length wardrobe hanging space.

In between both these large staterooms there is plenty of room for two generous and beautifully appointed bathrooms: a guest/day head aft to starboard and an ensuite for the master forward to port.

It’s down in this area that you’ll probably notice, even more, another advancement that the 445 SUV ushers in:

International yacht interior designer Georgia Dirudi has created an entirely fresh design scheme for internal spaces.

It introduces a whole new-look palette of calming but warm colours: champagne, crème, straw, manila with a fresh touch of colour; in surfaces of laminate, leather, suede, mirror, American oak, plush sisal carpet and subtle waffle fabric textures.

 


More room and more style

What would prompt us to pursue such a tangent and create a new kind of boat like the SUV?

Well, right away, this is not just us at Riviera sitting around blue-skying these notions.

As you may be well aware, we go to great lengths to constantly talk with owners around the world (over 50 percent of our boats are shipped internationally) about the way they use their vessels— or might like to.

It just relentlessly improves the breed.

And there seems to be, in recent times, a sizeable group of owners who really warm to such a crossover craft.

This has inevitably led us to create what is probably a world first, with the Riviera SUV.

In many ways, it’s really your idea.

The new 445 SUV is in all respects a true embodiment of Riviera heritage.

By this we mean that all the familiar— and reassuring — aspects of classic Riviera boatbuilding are there: the purposeful lines, the hefty scantlings, the solid feel in a seaway, the spatial sense, the layout, the sumptuous decor. As well as a full no-nonsense Flybridge-scale cockpit.

All our learning is on show here again.

The SUV’s confident offshore poise comes, to a large degree, from Riviera’s leading-edge CAD technology and legendary build quality that combine superstrong hand layups with solid GRP bottom and structural core material on the hull flanks, main deck and hardtop, as well as precisely fitted lightweight resin transfer moldings, pre-fitted for a perfect seal when all major components are bonded together.

A great deal of our acumen regarding hull shape has contributed to, for example, aft chine strakes that have a straight run, to enhance both speed and manoeuvrability, as well as a moderate Vee shape going forward, to a precise 14.5-degree deadrise at the transom to stay beautifully composed in a choppy quarter sea without diminishing top end performance.

The extensive Flybridge and Sport Yacht Collections really had a big influence on the choice of IPS pod-drive propulsion as the must-have standard propulsion for the new SUV; confirmed over our now four-year experience and close collaboration with Volvo engineers on seven different Sport Yacht, Flybridge and Offshore Express models and hundreds of production craft.

The system’s twin engines and forward facing, counter-rotating props not only offers exhilerating performance, but precise micromanagement of handling in confined spaces. A skipper— either solo or with a novice crew— can, just using a joystick, direct the twin pod units so as to place the boat easily and exactly where it’s wanted.

There seem to be only upsides and upsides to the Volvo system; in efficiency, top speed, acceleration, economy, manoeuvrability and quietness. But one of the biggest advantages is that the bulk of engineering machinery can be positioned well aft, rather than amid-ships, as shaft drive engineering dictates.

 













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