This fast and sturdy two stateroom sportfish with a full tuna tower is in overall great condition, and has had brand new 420HP Cats installed in '01 which are still under the factory warranty. Only 250 hours since install. The all teak interior is gorgeous, with a satin finish on all vertical surfaces and an expertly applied deep high gloss finish on all countertops and the huge dinette table.
LOA: 36' Beam: 13'7 Displacement: 23000
Engine(s): Caterpillar Engine(s) HP: 420 Engine Model: 3126B
Hours: 250 Cruising Speed: 26-27 knots Max Speed: 31-32 knots
Fuel: 300 Water: 80 Holding: 20
This Aussie built battlewagon features a master stateroom with a large queen centerline berth, generous storage, and two roomy lockers(one a hanging locker, and the other is shelved). A mid-ship second stateroom with ADULT SIZED upper and lower bunks, a hanging locker, and additional storage below the lower bunk. The one piece molded fiberglass head(clean-up is a snap) features a separate stall shower and an electric flush marine head with a holding tank. The mid galley arrangement opens up the interior and creates the feel of being aboard a much larger boat. A huge dinette with a beautifully finished teak table(removable) will seat 6 adults comfortably! There are 4 roomy teak storage cabinets in the starboard side of the salon, as well as a very compact lower station including full gauges, controls, wheel, and some additional electronics for convenience and safety. The galley features a frig/freezer, two burner electric stovetop, a microwave, and a hot/cold SS sink. There is more than ample below-counter storage as well as teak drawers, more behind-counter storage, and a huge galley lazarette compartment that can handle all you can bring aboard for extended cruises. Opening cabin windows port, starboard, and aft allow airing of the cabin when the day doesn't require the use of the yacht's two A/C systems, which also have reverse cycle heat if needed. There are also three deck hatches forward for additional ventilation.
Set up for the serious fisherman, this boat is fitted with a custom tuna tower with a fiberglass hardtop... there is even an additional fiberglass hardtop on the buggy top! A new eisenglass enclosure protects passengers on the bridge from the elements. Rupp 32' double spreader outriggers with gold spreaders are complimented by a Rupp center rigger. 6 S.S. rod holders are flush mounted in the gunwales. A very powerful dual-rode Lofrans windlass handles chain on one side(200' included) and line on the other... simultaneously or individually, and also has a manual lever for bringing it up if power fails. There are two huge rode lockers, port for line(with spigot inside for rinsing line) and starboard for the chain. Both are on-deck access only, as the structural 'crash' bulkhead completely seals off the master cabin from the lockers)thereby eliminating that wet line smell found in many boats with anchor lockers which are opened from the forward cabin). The anchor pulpit is arranged for dual anchoring with rollers for two rodes instead of just one like most boats. The engine room is accessed from a clever cockpit engine room access door(which also houses the cockpit sink)... no more dirty greasy carpets from mechanics who don't care! There is also a huge built-in cockpit bait freezer, as well as a cockpit rocket launcher, transom door, and Riviera's unique and ingenious 360 degree cockpit drainage system. **Riviera structural integrity is due to the following: Structural 'crash' bulkhead foreward**Watertight bulheads for and aft of the engine room**Hull & Deck completely bonded, through bolted, then the joint get's COMPLETELY fiberglassed on the inside perimeter.
A solid and quiet riding boat to say the least.
Furuno 24 mile radar(upper & lower station), Furuno 582 Color recording fishfinder, a new Raytheon GPS/Cartography Plotter on the bridge, an Icom VHF up & down, Autopilot, and an additional GPS/plotter at the lower station.
2001 420HP 3126B Caterpillars installed new in March of 2001 at an expense of $75,000! With only 250 hours, and about a year left on the warranties, this boat has been upgraded to say the least from it's original 3116 Cat powerplants. The fiberglass fuel tank eliminates tank worries from cracking welds to 'sweating' from the typical condensation found on most boats using metal tanks. An 8KW genset provides the 110V supply when underway.
This is the only 36 Riviera ever to be presented for sale with any power package over 350HP. The 70HP per engine increase has improved this boat's performance dramatically over any others ever built... then, or now!
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.