The Riviera 645 SUV is available in two editions: Classic and Newport.
The Classic version features elegant and classic interior furnishings, a versatile forward deck entertainment space, and four staterooms. The Newport version is distinguished by a bold silver tungsten hardtop, a spacious foredeck sundeck, more modernism in the saloon, three cabins, and a saloon inside.
The yacht also offers three bathrooms and additional crew accommodation aft of the master stateroom. In addition, she provides ample space for alfresco dining on deck and a salon that includes an aft gourmet kitchen with an island and a salon door that leads to the side deck.
In the Classic version, the bow deck is a unique space that offers seating for up to 10 people, an ice keeper, stereo, and locations to store fenders and ropes. In the Newport version, the bow is completely dedicated to a huge solarium.
The interior of the 645 SUV can be customized with different interior decorations and two design styles: the more traditional Classic Edition or the more avant-garde Newport Edition.
The helm, located in the boat’s central axis, offers the option of two or three luxurious leather seats facing forward facing three 24-inch multifunction screens and complete navigation system controls. The lounge layout has been created to optimize flow and guest enjoyment in keeping with the impressive helm station.
The gourmet kitchen of this SUV is longitudinal and positioned to port, complemented by a generous center island that allows two or more people to work together, preparing, serving, or cooking.
The master stateroom is 6.4′ high and generously bathed in light and fresh air from large hull windows with integrated portholes. It has a central queen-size bed, a large sofa, and a bathroom similar to a luxury apartment.
A remarkably versatile space aft of the master stateroom can be customized to meet the specific needs of each owner.
The forward VIP guest stateroom includes a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. The second guest stateroom has two single beds that slide together to form a double bed. Directly opposite is a fourth cabin with crossed beds. (The Newport version configures this area as an additional room).
Riviera engineers chose two alternative versions of MAN Engines: The V8 1,300 HP (956 kW) or the MAN V12 1,550 HP (1,140 kW), both offering an excellent power-to-weight ratio. The 1,300 HP engines deliver a cruising speed of 28 knots and a top speed of 31 knots. The 1550HP provides a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed of 34 knots.
The 645 takes the RIVIERA SUV collection to a new level with more space, better performance, better cruising range, roominess, and luxury. Riviera pioneered the SUV concept in 2012 and has continually refined this design ever since, building more than 170 yachts ranging from 39 to 64 feet.
Alex Gasquet. ©OnBoard2022