The brief was simple: create the largest, most luxurious and technically advanced Riviera ever. For our international designers, engineers and craftspeople, it was an invitation to express their talent and creativity like never before – and they responded magnificently.

The creation of our new flagship was the opportunity to capitalise on decades of boat-building experience and the lessons learnt from having crafted over 5100 luxury vessels. The Riviera 77 Flybridge has also been developed at a facility that houses some of the world’s most sophisticated marine technology, including the latest Computer Assisted Design software.

Craft of this calibre are clearly destined for the fortunate few – and typically those with very discerning tastes and a wealth of boat-ownership experience.

The task of impressing those not easily impressed meant rigorously inspecting competing craft from all corners of the globe and simply, asking how could we do it better? With greater comfort, a better build, superior performance, more standard inclusions… we believe we have excelled in every category.

We hope this introduction inspires you to step aboard and discover the Riviera 77 Enclosed Flybridge for yourself.

External Features


Big City Infrastructure Onboard systems are appropriate and include items such as 24-Volt system, two 22.5kVA generators, a 281lph water maker, bow and stern thrusters, two 70A/3kw battery charger/ inverters, Muir VCR4500 winch and shore power.


The safety, comfort and performance of any vessel is contingent on the design and manufacture of the hull, and this is particularly important with large, long-range vessels as they are more likely to encounter big seas and challenging conditions.The Riviera 77 falls into the serious long-range category (the 9,450 litre/2,496 US gal fuel tank is a testament to this) and we have created a hull that is more than up to the task.

It is a hand-laid structure featuring solid fibreglass below the waterline and a watertight collision bulkhead forward; and the extensive use of lightweight, cored bulkheads and stringers and throughout the hull provide exceptional structural integrity with minimal weight. Issues of durability and access for maintenance have also been carefully considered in this models development.

Internal Features


Welcome to a thoroughly modern saloon, one in which light and space and subtle styling produce an atmosphere of ease and understated elegance.

Huge side windows, an outward opening door to the cockpit and a large awning-style window above the cockpit mezzanine contributes to this light and airy character.

Electrically operated day/night blinds and creative lighting also allows you to set the mood.

Lazing on the enormous leather-clad lounge watching a movie on the large LCD TV, or listening to your Bose Lifestyle audio system, you are truly in the lap of luxury. And a liquor cabinet complete with fridge and icemaker is at hand should refreshment beckon you.

Those with a culinary flair will appreciate the latest appliances in the galley, along with granite benchtops, a built-in water purifier and copious amounts of cupboard and draw space.

Given that this is a galley in which you can create truly gourmet fare, it is only appropriate that it is eaten in style. The elevated dining area has its own relaxed ambience and features a large, beautifully finished dining table and eight freestanding, leather-upholstered chairs.

If your definition of the good life revolves around sharing leisure time with the people closest to you, there is no better environments more conducive than the Riviera 77.


Depending on your choice of cabin configuration, the 77 offers accommodation for up to 10 people in four cabins – all in exceptional comfort.

The full-beam Master Stateroom is unashamedly indulgent. It starts with a king-size walk-around bed complete with a latex mattress; there are his and hers walk-in wardrobes with cedar lining and automatic lighting; there is even a two-seater couch, a writing bureau and, for your entertainment, an LCD TV and five-speaker sound system.

There are numerous pleasing little touches too, such as the deep plush carpet, full-length dressing mirrors, reflective mood lighting around the bed, and the inclusion of a safe for your valuables.

Every cabin has its own ensuite with the port cabin also serving as a day head.

As you might expect, these are no ordinary bathrooms. Here you will be treated to quality quartz floor tiles, contemporary marble vanity tops with porcelain bowls; the toilets are all full sized, freshwater models; the shower stalls have modern, frameless glass doors; the shower and tapware is of the highest standard; and every en suite has a heated towel rail.

It is this relentless obsession with detail, with quality, with good design, with making your boating experience the best it can possibly be, that makes the Riviera 77 simply the finest boat in its class.


Length Overall (inc. swim platform & bow roller)
81′ 2″ / 24.74 meters
Beam (inc. gunwale)
20′ 9″ / 6.32 meters
Maximum Draft (inc. props)
5′ 12″ / 1.82 meters
Dry Weight (approx., depends on engines & options)
52,200 kg / 115,100 lbs
Fuel Capacity
2,496 US gal / 9,450 liters
Water Capacity
264 US gal / 1,000 liters
Holding Tank Capacity
132 US gal / 500 liters
Grey Water Tank
132 US gal / 500 liters
Black Water Tank
132 US gal / 500 liters
Water Maker(per hour)
75 US gal / 284 liters
Sleeping Capacity
8 persons
Cockpit Area
17.99 sqm / 193.6 sqft
Mezzanine Deck
4.60 sqm / 49.5 sqft
Total Cockpit Area
22.59 sqm / 243.2 sqft
Bridge Clearance
19′ 0 / 5.80 m
Standard Engine x 2 – Caterpillar C32
1,397 kW / 1,900 hp
556 nm @ 26.4 knots
Generator Brand
Onan EQD x 2
Generator Output
22.5 kW

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