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Riviera 39 Sport Motor Yacht Video Review

by John Curnow, Editor, Powerboat-World.com 20 Aug 2018 04:00 PDT
Ensuring that sport is very much at the heart of Riviera's 39 SMY © John Curnow

We were very fortunate to take Riviera's 39 Sport Motor Yacht out on Sydney Harbour immediately after its World Premiere. It shares the same hull form as the also recently launched 395 SUV, but gains too big elements. The upper deck, and then also the more powerful 435hp Volvo Penta Diesels. Come for a spin as we see what cruising is all about, and also how much fun you can have as you dispose of the nautical miles once the throttles are opened up.

Below is the video review of the very brilliant, completely enjoyable and totally lithely Riviera 39 Sport Motor Yacht.

If you would like to learn more about the 39 Sport Motor Yacht's sister, remembering they share a common hull form, then the full written review of the 395 SUV can be found here.

On water video review of the brand new Riviera 395 SUV.

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