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Lapping up the Belize Experience

by John Curnow on 18 Oct 2017
A pleasure to be on and also drive - Belize 54 Daybridge Riviera . http://www.riviera.com.au
The Belize Experience. It is not the name of a progressive rock band, but the very feeling you will enjoy on board these magnificent craft. It is more than the amount of labour that goes in to create stylish and aesthetically appealing contours and surfaces. It is also more than the vessel being delivered as a turn key yacht, ready to take you anywhere.



What it is is something you will have to explore for yourself before you purchase any comparable craft. Your Belize is not quite bespoke, but very close, and absolutely customisable. Nice. What a way to create your very own Belize Experience.









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