54 Sedan with IPS

16.50
LENGTH
3
CABINS
6
GUESTS

The Belize Motoryacht Philosophy

Whether the boat you enjoy now is your first or your fifth, you’re quite likely to be thinking about your next boat.

In a process that never seems to cease, we all mentally list the things we’d want different— the ideal boat that lies just over the next swell.

This is perfectly understandable. It’s part of the whole magnificent obsession that is boating.

Individuality

Nowadays, surrounded by the great white fleet of anonymous vessels, you can’t help but wonder: what happened to character, to distinction, to individuality?

A boat with real soul is invariably descended from vessels whose looks derived from real, practical tasks— like fishing, freight, trading, passengers; only later, leisure and sport.

Their looks evolved slowly, like the human species. And they felt more human.

New Found Respect

Even accepting that it really is much more practical to build today’s (and tomorrow’s) boats from more exotic materials than wood, that still doesn’t explain why today’s boats can’t be special and individual.

We suspect the old timers, if they could’ve gotten their hands on today’s resources, would’ve seized them with both.

We’re also currently witnessing an extraordinary worldwide upsurge of affection for original classics.

Virtual Tour

Performance

Harnessing technology

The sense of any classical or retro references quickly disappear when we examine the technical side of the 54.

There’s nothing at all nostalgic or backward-glancing about resin-infused composite construction, double vinylester outer skin, or watertight, stepped collision bulkhead and independent foam-filled hull compartments. Or a deck both screwed and glued to the hull, with the final seam girded by a full-perimeter 60mm 316 stainless steel rub rail.

Specifications

Price
POA
Brand
Riviera
Model
54 Sedan with IPS
Dimensions
16.50