Belize 54 Daybridge with IPS
Time spent on a luxury machine such as the Belize 54 is as much an outdoors experience — maybe more so — than it is an indoor one.
A lot of attention has been devoted to making the most of that experience. A huge sunpad sprawls along the centreline of the 54 Daybridge forward deck, drink holders and music controls right alongside. Going aft, the swim platform’s centre section raises and lowers hydraulically (its teak decking standard, by the way). This grants easy access to the transom’s electric ‘garage’ door and space for a three-metre tender and outboard that can be easily loaded by the built-in electric winch.
Above the garage, there’s another hatch that lifts to reveal the electric BBQ and sink, with helpful LED lighting in the raised hood overhead. Backed up to that, in the cockpit is a rear lounge with good storage under, and a folding, multi-use hi-lo table. More storage again (you can’t have too much) is provided by the wet bar with fridge and icemaker console and its adjacent mezzanine seat (replaced with the stair ladder on the 54 Flybridge).
To the port side, an unusual, and most welcome feature: a cosy corner breakfast bar with folding stools. By sunset, of course, it serves nicely as an ideal spot for drinking in the view.
As attractive as all these Belize benefits might be, desirability is no substitute for availability. The reality is, there will be a very finite number of Belize Motoryachts built each year. Another upside is that it means you are not going to see another Belize in every anchorage or marina you drop into. You will own and command something quite different and unique.
SYS Yacht Sales offers new Belize Motoryachts for sale. Contact us for more information on the Belize 54 Daybridge and other models available.
- LOA: 54′ 01″
- Beam: 16′ 06″
- Draft: 3′ 6″
- Weight: 49,604 lbs
- Fuel: 792 US gal
- Water: 184 US gal
- Cabins: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
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Riviera is the largest and most awarded luxury yacht builder in Australia and a leader in the global marine industry.
The Belize line is the result of two of Australia’s leading marine entities. The builder side of the equation is Wes Moxey, who knows boat construction inside out (and, no doubt, outside in). He’s worked from the shop floor to the top floor in Australia’s highly competitive boating industry. His retail and customer-support partner is Lee Dillon, head of one of Australia’s most successful boat distribution networks, Lee Dillon Marine, LDM.
An important aspect of the Belize belief system is a determination to source the best, no matter where in the world it exists. The yard chose to build Belize boats may be the best of the best, Kha Shing. For 35 years, Kha Shing has built more than 1,300 vessels, ranging from 45 feet, all the way to 185 feet.
Discover why the new Belize 54 Hardtop and Belize 54 Daybridge are standing out and turning heads around the globe.