When our highly talented team of international designers and engineers first set out to create a completely new Riviera – one befitting membership of our exclusive SUV collection – they immediately turned to our loyal legion of blue-water cruising aficionados.

After all, who better to help Australia’s most-awarded builder of luxury motor yachts refine its new model development than highly experienced members of our global family of Riviera yacht owners?

With your valued assistance, we have comprehensively researched how, when and where you use your Riviera … feeding all your experience, knowledge and aspirations into the design process as we strive to create for you the ‘ultimate boating experience’.

What we heard is that you desire to spend more time living aboard your luxury Riviera, and that you dream of cruising even further afield … and that you want real choices – and that this applies equally in terms of navigation and onboard systems as it does to drive packages.

Now, we are proud to present to you the supremely seaworthy, easy-to-skipper and absolutely luxurious long-range Riviera 575 SUV – in many ways she is your creation just as much as ours.

External Features

Notably, the new 575 SUV is available with your choice of either conventional shaft drive or innovative pod propulsion to suit specific geographic and individual owner requirements – one of the first yachts in the world to offer owners such flexibility. Of course such world-leading thinking and creativity in design is evident right throughout this world-class Riviera, which has been built to last with global best-practice standards foremost in mind.

You’ll notice her distinctive design that has everything in perfect proportion. Indeed, with her contemporary styling and impeccable blue-water pedigree, the robust Riviera 575 SUV exhibits powerful and noble lines with a muscular sheer forward and deep topside dimensions, giving her a freeboard akin to a much larger yacht altogether.

The full magnitude is complemented by the fact her hull lines run straight aft from the maximum mid-ship beam of 5.13m (16′ 10″). This, in turn, provides an extremely buoyant lift and an easy planing surface, as well as great stability, enhancing her award-winning blue-water performance.

Indeed, there’s less the sense of a scaled-up 50-footer as there might be of a scaled-down 60-something. (The 575’s overall length with swim platform and bow sprit is actually 60′ 9″, so little wonder!)


Over 35 years of building some of the finest luxury yachts in the world, Riviera has made an art form of clean and uncluttered cockpits designed both for serious fun, and for serious fishing.

However, the 575 SUV takes this to a whole new level, with an entirely new cockpit design that really does fulfill the dreams of any cruiser or angler.

For one thing, it’s 13.13m2 (141.3ft2) in size. You can imagine that when our talented team of designers set out to optimise this space they envisaged an entirely new indoor/outdoor experience – one that is ideal for longer range, live-aboard cruising.

So there’s plenty of space for a table and, well, numerous chairs. But it’s also large enough to allow a mezzanine level and L-shaped lounge, the ideal platform to take in the fishing action … or the sunset.

Or, when underway, just an eye-widening view of the awesome, rapidly vanishing contrail of a 57-foot yacht, on song, at full throttle.


As you step from the Riviera 575 SUV’s large GRP swim platform through the transom door – which conveniently opens out and has a folding bridge for added safety – you’ll begin to appreciate just how this clever new cockpit design utilises every piece of available space.

The standard layout features a new-style three-seater transom lounge and storage bin aft, which can be converted to a live bait tank, depending on your specific needs.

Under the cockpit floor you will discover volumes of storage and engineering access – to port there is a fish bin, with a massive centre lazarette with engineering access panels and a further engineering access hatch to starboard.

Indeed, the entire yacht is virtually a magician’s trunk of storage solutions.

Even the cockpit flanks are full of hidden storage for tackle, equipment or lines.

Also here in the cockpit are wash-down facilities – both fresh and salt water – a double-action manual bilge pump for the engine room and both flood and courtesy lighting, while optional rod-holders and a padded bolster can be fitted to the cockpit coaming. There are recessed cleats in the aft corners so lines won’t snag, as well as toe kicks for bracing as you reel in your prized catch.

The corner scuppers below the recessed cleats are covered by handsome flush stainless grates.

There’s even a reinforced plate in the cockpit floor for an additional table or future game chair.

The elevated mezzanine features an L-shaped lounge to port with fridge, freezer and storage space under, as well as a folding table with cover. Behind the seat across the rear of the bulkhead is access to the lockable battery control and AC panel and manual bilge pump. To starboard in the forward corner, is a double barbecue, fridge, ice-maker, rubbish bin and sink.

The cockpit is complete with a covered joystick-control or thruster-control docking station to port, triangular quarter clears both port and starboard to keep any wind or spray out of the cockpit, and stainless steel grab rails leading safely forward.


Wide walk-around side decks on the 575 SUV feature high quality 316 marine-grade highly polished stainless bow rails with mid safety wires, as well as port and starboard rails in the cockpit and above the saloon windows for your safety.

The foredeck itself has options for a moisture-resistant closed-cell foam sun pad with stainless steel rails. There are both fresh and seawater wash-down facilities conveniently located at the anchor locker station as well as rope and chain divider, and winch with hand-held remote. The 100m (328ft) of chain is 10mm (3/8”) in thickness and galvanized, and there’s a chain-stopper fitted to the deck. The self-loading bow roller and 45kg (100lbs) anchor are, of course, stainless, as is the chain chafe plate that helps protect your investment.

Internal Features


As you slide open the glass saloon door, set in a substantial, polished, marine-grade stainless steel frame, you get the sense you are stepping into a high-end modern apartment – a creative space designed to deliver all the delights of a lavish and contemporary city lifestyle.

Immediately to port there’s the aft galley – a generous and efficient two-person U-space just off to one side of any fore and aft traffic. Here, cockpit connectivity is cultivated with a wide opening glass window that brings the outdoors (and entertainment) inside, and confirms the galley as very much the ‘conductor’s podium’ of the social scene.

The 575’s galley itself is akin to a display kitchen for the latest in premium-brand appliances and conveniences, complemented by satin oak timber cabinetry with teak accents above the solid-surface bench tops. Its warm heart is a stainless steel cooking array that includes a combination oven/microwave, electric three-element induction cooktop and range hood. The refrigeration suite features both fridge and freezer drawers. And the well-placed dishwasher, within easy reach of the stainless steel sink and mixer tap, is also a back-friendly, easy-opening style.

Directly opposite to starboard, almost as an extension to the galley, are further fridge and freezer drawers that operate smoothly, as does all the cabinetry that opens and shuts on the 575, on soft-close runners. But, then, everything on the Riviera 575 SUV is intended to run smoothly.


Right ahead of the galley the Riviera 575 SUV opens its arms wide to welcome you into the spacious and luxuriously furnished saloon.

Here, to port, is a C-shaped deluxe dinette (convertible to a double berth) encircling a drop-down table that can easily wine and dine six. Opposite, to starboard, is a generous L-shaped settee that provides ultimate comfort for at least five people.

Sink into any of these lounges and you can quickly appreciate the generous depth of padding and tailored upholstery, including the headlining, which make the boat feel so plush and sumptuous.

You will also notice the padded headlining has conveniently located grab rails, as well as both courtesy and red night-vision lighting.

And you’ll be forgiven for not noticing the spacious storage underneath the lounge, but then this is all part of the clever, unobtrusive way the 575 melds form with function.

From the saloon seating arrangements, (as well as from the cockpit) you also have a clear view not only of the almost 360-degree water-view vista, but the massive, wide-screen 48” LED TV that rises electronically from the forward dash, creating a floating sports arena or movie theatre experience that is enhanced by the Yamaha AV receiver with two zones and party function and the subwoofer-enriched, 5-speaker Bose highfidelity audio system, with Apple TV and WiFi router.

If you wish, you can open the sliding glass side windows and the dual electric sliding sunroofs above that enhance the flow of fresh air and, in tandem and huge windscreen forward, draw in plenty of natural light to heighten the sense of saloon spaciousness, but can also be screened for privacy.

Or if you prefer to relax in air-conditioned comfort, that is also a standard throughout all living areas of the new and luxurious 575 SUV.


The extent of natural light filtering through the saloon and into the atrium flows through to the Riviera 575 SUV’s wide companionway and right into the accommodation deck.

Here, concealed behind the beautiful satin oak cabinetry yet very accessible when it’s needed, is a combination washer-dryer to ensure your complete comfort whilst enjoying extended time aboard, and even more shelf space for storage or, if desired, for a separate dryer.


The master stateroom, again defying convention for a vessel of this size, luxuriates right across the full beam. This sanctuary is accessed by its very own short, half-turn private staircase, continuing below the main companionway.

The master’s king-size island bed with innerspring mattress and upholstered headboard detailing is set in the gentle ‘sweet spot’ right amidships, with real dancing room either side; even allowing storage cabinetry along both perimeters.

The master also has long hull windows each side with optional opening porthole, as well as but its own sofa, 32” LED TV integrated into a home theatre system, full walk-in cedar-lined wardrobe (with full mirror and shoe racks).

Magnetic door holders on all doors below are a nice touch too.

This stately master is a totally self-contained getaway space, served by its own private ensuite with solid surface non-slip floor (set slightly lower to contain water), vanity unit with porcelain feature sink with premium fittings, as well as a separate frameless glass, large-scale shower stall.


The forward guest stateroom (or VIP suite, if they’re very favoured friends) mirrors the level of luxury in the master.

Positioning a queen-size walk-around bed with innerspring mattress in pride of place, again with good side access, plenty of fragrant, cedar-lined, gown-length hanging space, bedside tables with timber tops and also its own ensuite bathroom which, with two-way entry, also serves as the day head.

Natural light filters into the VIP stateroom courtesy of fixed hull windows with tinted, tempered glass with blinds for privacy, while fresh air is delivered through two hatches, which can also be screened for privacy, as well as reading and overhead lighting.

The air-conditioned VIP also has a 28” LED TV/DVD combination unit and stereo with iPod interface, including two speakers.


The starboard stateroom is also air-conditioned and features adult-sized upper and lower beds, also with innerspring mattresses.

This stateroom also has a mirror and drawers, a hanging locker with LED lighting and drawers below, a hatch with Oceanair blind, reading and overhead lighting.

Here there’s a choice for a 22” LED TV/DVD combination unit and stereo with Bluetooth interface, including two speakers … a great retreat for the kids.


The impressive ergonomic helm of the 575 SUV features two fully adjustable chairs – one for the skipper and one for their companion – each with arm and foot rests and from which all essential navigational and systems controls are within easy reach of the skipper. There’s also an option for two additional helm seats on the starboard side should owners prefer.

Here you will also find convenient drink-holders, a side console to port and a moulded recess forward for keys and mobile phones (with USB charging port), ensuring everything is right where it should be when you need it.

Looking out through the three massive clear, tempered glass windscreens, you’ll find excellent visibility of your beautiful yacht and surrounds.

Then divert your eyes to the dash and console, which has enough room for three massive 19” multi-function display screens, as well as dedicated switches for the horn and pantographic wipers with intermittent settings, the overhead and navigation lights and also the intercom to the engine room.

The 575 SUV features advanced onboard systems as standard inclusions, including the innovative Glass Cockpit. However, we also understand that specific electronics can be very much a personal choice and for this reason we offer a comprehensive range of factory-fitted electronic packages and custom fitments – everything from futuristic fish-finders and state-of-the-art radars to underwater lighting and night-vision cameras.


The Riviera 575 SUV allows for owners to select their personal preference of either pod or conventional shaft drive propulsion to suit their specific geographic regions. There are four choices for a drive package for new the 575 SUV:

Pod drive
– IPS2-950 (533kW/725hp x 2) pod configuration with D11 engines
– IPS2-1200 (662kW/900hp x 2) pod package with D13 engines

Shaft drive
– Volvo Penta D13 Series (662kW/900hp x 2) shaft drive package
– CAT C12.9 (735kW/1000hp x 2) shaft drive propulsion


State-of-the-art glass bridge navigation systems very much confirm Riviera’s commitment to emerging technology with dependability and easy-to-use functionality – all designed to enhance your time aboard. And it certainly places the supremely seaworthy Riviera 575 SUV at the very forefront of world-class recreational motor yachts of this size.

The IPS pod propulsion system already offers the amazing joystick manoeuvrability, Dynamic Positioning System for station-holding while preparing lines and fenders or while waiting off a fuel jetty, as well Anti- Corrosion Protection and Auto-Pilot, and optional auto-trimming features.

However, the glass bridge takes the overview and control of engines and navigation, including optional charts, sonar and radar (even auto-pilot) to extraordinary new heights … and all in one place.

In the case of IPS, it also extends to auto-trim and full slow-speed steering, as well as the outstanding manoeuvrability of SportFish mode, and the clean presentation of bait using the bypass exhaust features of the Clear Wake feature.

The shaft drive 575 SUV models – also with glass touch-screen navigation features at the helm – have twin controls operating bow and stern thrusters as well as Electronic Vessel Control (EVC) levers integrating with cruise control, low-speed mode and single-lever mode.

Courtesy of the Quickshift gearboxes, owners of the 575 SUV shaft drive models with your choice of Volvo Penta D13 or CAT C12.9 engines, also have the choice to incorporate Twin Disc’s Express Joystick System (EJS) which smoothly and simultaneously actuates and controls engines, transmissions, propellers and thrusters, enabling a skipper to easily, precisely and confidently manoeuvre the yacht in challenging docking situations.


The flow-coated engine room, with acoustic and thermal insulation and LED lighting, can be accessed through a hatch in the 575 SUV cockpit mezzanine floor which, even when open, maintains walk-through access to the saloon.

Stepping down the stainless steel ladder, you will begin to appreciate the careful consideration for which Riviera is renowned globally in terms of its engine rooms.

With plenty of room to move, you’ll note that all through-hull fittings on or below the waterline are fitted with ball valves, all hoses are double clamped, and all the wiring coded, numbered and pre-assembled in looms to ensure problem-free maintenance and repairs.

You will also find fresh water tap and hose feeding off a 750-litre (198 US gal) freshwater tank which has a 230V (110V) AC pump powered from the inverter, as well as a back-up freshwater pump (24VDC).

The Riviera 575 SUV has dual Racor fuel filters as standard and a massive fuel capacity of 4000 litres (1057 gallons), including a long-range tank forward under the master bed that can be easily transferred to the two wing day tanks via two pumps, and which are balanced to a further day tank. The fuel gauge is connected to and monitored at the helm via the Glass Cockpit, and there’s also a sight gauge on each wing tank for added peace of mind.

The impressive commercial air intake system of the 575 SUV helps to keep the engine room temperature well below the engine manufacturer’s formal recommendation, and also helps reduce fuel consumption even further, while the air-conditioning units are mounted high so gravity feeds condensation water out the side.

An advanced mist elimination system with veins draws moisture from the air and feeds directly overboard. All onboard drains including air-conditioning compressors feed into the common drain lines located on either side of the yacht and drain aft. Four automatic bilge pumps with manual override are located at various points throughout the hull and pump directly overboard.

There’s even plenty of space for a gyroscopic stabiliser down here – yet another example of how Riviera is ready to embrace all innovations that make boating even more enjoyable.


The fully integrated C-Zone digital switching system enhances the ease of monitoring and operation of the Riviera 575’s onboard systems even further, extending centralised touch-screen control to lighting, pumps, batteries, entertainment systems and appliances.

C-Zone allows owners to operate multiple circuits at a touch, energising all lighting and electrics depending on your requirements. It comes pre-programmed with three Modes – “entertaining”, “cruising” and “dock unattended” – and these modes can be customised by the owner so the system works exactly how you want.

There’s also a “service” mode that shuts down all power and systems. Other user-friendly features include interior light-dimming, timer controls, automated circuit control, wiper speed and wash functions.

There are two C-Zone panels on board the Riviera 575 – one in the galley and one at the helm with the option of additional iPad connectivity.


CZone’s state-of-the-art technology also encompasses monitoring of the Riviera 575 SUV’s maintenance-free battery banks which are individually housed in special battery boxes in accordance with American Boating and Yacht Council (ABYC) standards, as well as the European Union’s CE conformity mark, which incorporates the International Organisation for Standardization’s ISO guidelines.

The 575 SUV includes six house batteries, self-monitoring Mastervolt charging system, plus dedicated engine alternators for each battery bank.

Additionally, 24-volt house power with house battery bank measuring 675Ahr AGM allows for simpler charging, lower current draw and smaller cables, providing reduced weight when compared to equivalent 12-volt systems. All battery banks are individually isolated at the main battery panel located in the cockpit, providing security in the unlikely event that one engine shuts down. This peace of mind is enhanced by the emergency paralleling switches between all batteries … just in case you are ever faced with a flat starting battery bank.

The 575’s standard Mastervolt AC-DC inverter (5kW 230V 50HZ/4kW 110V 60HZ) provides power to the icemaker, entertainment systems and all outlets onboard, ensuring watching television while relaxing quietly at anchor or in a marina is now whisper-quiet.

The air-conditioning, cooking appliances and all the comforts of home are powered through the Onan 17.5kW (75 Amp 50HZ) generator, which features a water separating muffler, sound shield, remote stopstart function, diagnostics and hour meter.

LED lights also provide trouble-free boating while reducing electrical current draw. The lamps use less than 10 per cent of the power required to run a bulb lamp – no bulbs means no maintenance and long service life.

Additionally, Residual Current Device/Ground Fault Circuit interrupter (RCD/GFCI) protection installed throughout the entire yacht complies with stringent international standards for safer boating.


The 575 SUV’s confident poise is just as evident offshore as it is at anchor – her solid and robust hull with keel is the evolution of Riviera’s rich 35-year heritage in building world-class luxury motor yachts that are proven in the tough Australian blue-water conditions.

Our leading-edge technology and legendary build quality combines super-strong hand layups with solid GRP hull from the waterline down, structural core material in the hull flanks, main deck and hardtop, as well as precisely fitted, lightweight resin transfer-moulded small parts that are pre-fitted for a perfect seal when all major components are bonded together.

Reliability and reassurance are further built in, in the form of independent compartment modules throughout the hull as well as a watertight collision bulkhead forward.

Riviera’s lamination technology also helps to precisely replicate the exact lines lofted from our design software, and this accuracy is flawlessly reflected in the deep gloss of the final isophthalic gelcoat exterior. Even before a single piece of timber was cut for the plug work, the 575 SUV was created in-house using industry-leading Unigraphics 3D computer software, allowing Riviera’s team of talented and passionate international designers and engineers to put to purpose all available space, with a firm focus on convenient access to every key maintenance point so any issues can be quickly identified and addressed, and service costs are kept to a minimum.


Length Overall (inc. swim platform & bow roller)
60′ 9″ / 18.52 meters
Beam (inc. gunwale)
16′ 10″ / 5.13 meters
Maximum Draft (inc. props)
5′ 1″ / 1.55 meters
Dry Weight (approx., depends on engines & options)
27,400 kg / 60,400 lbs
Fuel Capacity
1,057 US gal / 4,000 liters
Water Capacity
198 US gal / 750 liters
Holding Tank Capacity
132 US gal / 500 liters
Sleeping Capacity
6 persons
Cockpit Area
9.53 sqm / 102.5 sqft
Mezzanine Deck
3.60 sqm / 38.8 sqft
Total Cockpit Area
13.13 sqm / 141.3 sqft
Bridge Clearance
12′ 10″ / 3.91 m
Standard Engine x 2 – Volvo IPS 950
533 kW / 725 hp
Engine Options x 2 – Volvo Penta IPS1200
662 kW / 900 hp
Engine Options x 2 – Volvo D13 Shaft Drive x 2
662 kW / 900 hp
Engine Options x 2 – CAT C12.9 Shaft Drive x 2
735 kW / 1000 hp
437 nm @ 25 knots
Generator Brand
Onan EQD

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