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  • Dealer Used
  • 36.10 ft (36.10 m)
  • Fibreglass / GRP / Composite
  • Location: Sydney
A$189990 *Sail Away

M360 Description

The Riviera M360 Sports Cruiser was modelled on the success of its larger sibling, the M400, giving away almost nothing in amenity.

Media comment was effusive. Trade-a-Boat commented: “the boat delivers untold happiness.

“Riviera has taken everything we covet about the modern well-designed apartment with courtyard and put it into a boat.”

Modern Boating stated the M360 was “right on the mark”.

She featured on the front cover of Q-Style magazine and Trade-a-Boat.

Two cabins, a saloon dinette and galley and enclosed bathroom were all there, with elegant Japanese-style double doors to the forward stateroom. Beech timber cabinetry created a light and contemporary interior. The second cabin was aft under the helm deck and included twin beds that could slide together to create a double. The galley included a single electric cooktop burner, a microwave oven, under-bench fridge and a moulded sink. There was even a handy garbage receptacle.

Like the M400, however, the main attraction was the helm deck, almost completely shaded by a long GRP hardtop. Here, aft of the starboard-side helm, was a comfortable U-shape lounge around a fold-out timber dinette table. The port side of this deck included a forward lounge opposite the helm and a wet bar. Further aft, out of the shade, was a platform wide enough to be an entertaining area on its own. A large locker in the outside transom could hold a selection of water toys.

Power came from a pair of MerCruiser petrol engines linked to sterndrives producing 320 hp each.

Riviera built 49 of the M360 Sports Cruisers over four years of production.