Sometimes, everything just comes together perfectly.
You’ve been searching for the right open flybridge yacht, and you’ve got a mental picture of the right vessel.
She has sleek, powerful lines, and her interior combines no-nonsense classic style with great functionality. Best of all, she’s got a respected pedigree that makes her rise above the competition.
When Beluga’s listing crosses your desk, you’re instantly intrigued, and you know you must find out more about her. You learn that this striking vessel hails from Australia-based Riviera Yachts, which for 25 years has produced quality flybridge convertible cruising yachts with a rakish sense of style and superb performance.
This lucky 47 Riviera yacht received an extensive 2016 refit at a cost of nearly 150,000 Euros. Besides engine, engine room, and electronics upgrades, Beluga got a newly painted hull and several coats of antifouling bottom paint. Cosmetic upgrades included new carpet in the saloon and cabins, and many smaller projects enhanced this fine yacht’s overall appearance and capabilities.
So, what gives this exceptional yacht its undeniable appeal? Simply stated, Beluga is an extremely well-equipped open flybridge cruiser with all the bells and whistles to take you on memorable offshore fishing expeditions or cruising adventures. Her flybridge helm station, several rod holders, and roomy aft cockpit provide everything you need to reel in the fish. The all-season flybridge also offers heat, air conditioning, and a removable enclosure.
At the same time, Beluga is a comfortable cruising yacht with a stylish interior that offers leather saloon and dining seating, plus an efficient galley with newly upgraded appliances. If your guests prefer the sea air, they’ll gravitate to the open flybridge’s forward section that offers leather seating and a convenient snacks and drinks table.
After fishing or cruising the high seas, enjoying a good night’s sleep in a comfortable berth is the icing on the cake. Beluga also has that covered, as you and five guests will enjoy nicely appointed sleeping accommodations in three lower-deck cabins.
Looking at the big picture, Beluga really does combine the best of both worlds. First, she’s a seaworthy offshore fishing vessel that can handle demanding conditions on the high seas. She’s also a capable cruiser with a long list of creature comforts that will appeal to guests who don’t enjoy “roughing it.”
If you’d like to learn more about Beluga, contact her Yacht Advisor, who will immediately forward a Private Buyer’s Guide with complete details. If you’d like to meet Beluga in person, he’ll gladly arrange that as well.