Alexander Marine are pleased to have SOLD this 2018 Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht.
Stepping onto the teak-laid Hi-Lo platform you immediately noticed the tender garage, the door of which opens with the push of a button. Stored within, a 3.1-meter Sirocco RIB tender with a permanently mounted 15hp outboard which could be easily launched or retrieved with the built-in electric winch.
Ascending through either Port or Starboard stainless steel transom gates and into the expansive cockpit of the Riviera 5400, you would appreciate the evolution of the luxury indoor/outdoor, single-level living design for which the Riviera Sport Yacht series was both internationally renowned and highly awarded. A closer inspection of the teak cockpit confirmed the clever lifestyle and storage designs.
A large forward-facing transom lounge, with drink holders and storage under for fenders and dock lines within its armrests, sat conveniently aft. Forward to port was the wet bar and double barbecue, a refrigerator, and icemaker as well as a solid surface benchtop with sink and hot and cold water. The L-shaped lounge/dining area to starboard featured storage underneath as well as concealed feature lighting, and the teak table lowered to become a daybed. 'Amorae's' curvaceous FRP hardtop extended well aft to provide shelter and shade from the extremities and houses the cockpit's own electric sliding sunroof to bring extra sunlight and fresh air into the alfresco area when desired.
Entry to the salon was via a stainless steel framed sliding glass door, in conjunction with a wide glass hopper window opening from the galley, Combined, these two stainless steel framed openings allowed a seamless transition between the outside and inside and added even more airflow by the electrically actuated sliding sunroof also fitted with a sliding insect screen.
Guests could relax in the large L-shaped leather sofa to port a varnished table-mounted with a hi-lo table pedestal which also converted to a bed. The galley was located aft to starboard and continued to just past the centerline, giving more space for the U-shaped counter maximising the working area of the galley. All cabinetry had been varnished walnut, with positive locks on all doors and soft-close hardware.
A stainless steel double sink was mounted into the solid surface counter, and appliances included a Smeg two-burner electric stovetop, Miele convection microwave oven and under bench Isotherm draw fridges. The forward galley counter was fitted with optional breakfast stools which could be utilised also as a breakfast bar.
The car-like helm, with an auto-inspired dash, was on the centreline for a commanding drive. There was a beautiful Volvo Penta synergy from pod drives to joysticks, a Glass Cockpit navigational centre and a Recaro seat which allowed for maximum comfort whilst at the helm with the ability to rotate 180 degrees with adjustable lumbar support.
Accommodation revolved around a popular three-cabin and two-bathroom layout. The third cabin to port had bunks but also a surprising degree of floor space thanks to the hull flare. The VIP was forward with an island queen bed sharing the communal bathroom (Day-head) with an oversized shower and a luxury finish with a contemporary feel. Every cabin and head had a hatch to allow fresh air to flow through. Owners received the full-beam stateroom treatment, with headroom on either side of a king bed flanked by a built-in chest of drawers to port and an especially long chaise lounge opposite.
The hull windows and opening portlights added to the sense of connectivity, while storage extended to cedar-lined hanging lockers. Back on deck, walkways led to the foredeck sunpad, which was conveniently and safely on tracks so it didn't launch when cruising. With backrests and a fantastic pull-up bimini for shade, and a separate zoned sound system with triple speakers, this created another fantastic lifestyle area to relax with family or friends.
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