Yacht Walkthrough: 51′ Riviera Enclosed Bridge Sportfish

December 26, 2018 1:00 pm

Hi, I’m Juno Prudhomm with Denison Yachting. Today we’re located in beautiful Miami, Florida. I’m going to take you on ST ONE, a 2008 Riviera 51 Enclosed Bridge. She’s a three stateroom, two head. Some of her recent features include all new exterior teak, brand-new electronics and recent 1,000 hour engine service.

Today we’re going to start our walkthrough all the way stern. Here at the swim platform, you have teak throughout, access to your swim ladder and your tuna door. Now that we’re standing here in the cockpit, you can see the continued theme with teak throughout, centerline is your aquarium-style live well, updated JL audio sound system and the center of the cockpit is this teak table, which can also be replaced with the fighting chair. Moving forward of the cockpit table to port is your ice maker as well as your grilling station. Beneath the grilling station is access to your engine room, but we’ll come back to that.

All the way starboard is your aft docking station, your Simrad display and another upgraded feature is this San Juan Bimini top. Before we go inside, let’s take a look inside the engine room. She’s powered by twin MTU series 60s, which gives you 825 horsepower each.

From here we’re going to enter the salon through this starboard side door. Although ST ONE’s exterior is distinctly sportfish, once you walk inside, those lines blur as you get that motoryacht feel. The most prominent feature is this staircase, which gives you access up to the flybridge, but we’re going to come to that later.

51' Riviera 2008 ST ONE Sportfish Cockpit

All the way aft on your port side is your L-shaped settee. Forward of the settee is your coffee table, which is also movable. Underneath the settee is a pull-out berth. Simply move the coffee table out of the way and this gives you enough space to pull out the berth. Above the settee is your storage compartment, for your rod holders. This hatch is electrically actuated, which gives you a nice flush mount look. Directly across the settee and under the stairs is your 12 bottle wine storage as well as drill storage. Continuing forward on the starboard side is an ice maker.

Here at the dinette you have an L-shaped settee with seating for four that wraps around your dining table. On the forward bulkhead is your flat-screen TV. A quick note about this entertainment system, everything is run through this iPad. You have touch control over your Apple TV, Sonos, music as well as your security system. The sound system found in the salon is a Bose theater surround sound.

Adjacent of your dinette is your step-down galley. Here in the galley you have your sink, trash bin, storage compartments throughout, four refrigerators, two-burner cooktop, two-freezers and your microwave convection oven. Wrapping up here in the galley directly behind me is a companionway, which gives you access to your guests staterooms. At the foot of the stairs on the starboard side is the owner’s cabin. It features a centerline berth, flat screen TV and ensuite.

51' Riviera 2008 ST ONE Sportfish Salon

Leaving the owner’s cabin going forward to port is your guest stateroom with twin bunks. Across from the guest stateroom is your laundry station. All the way forward in the bow is your VIP and ensuite. This ensuite is also shared with the guest stateroom. From here let’s jump back into the salon and take the stairwell up to the flybridge.

We’re going to start our breakdown of the flybridge all the way aft. Here on the outside of the Isinglass enclosure, to port is a rear-facing bench seat and to starboard is your aft docking station, your bow thruster and your Simrad display. Back here you’re provided shade with the molded hard top.

Stepping into the flybridge to port is your L-shaped settee, wrapping around a teak, table which is expandable. Adjacent of the settee is your sliding door which gives you privacy from your guests down below. Forward of this is your wet bar with a sink and refrigerator. All the way forward in the flybridge is your helm station. This is your command center. Here are your four Simrad displays. From left to right, you have your depth finder, chart plotter, radar and a fourth multi display monitor. Forward of the wheel is your mirror windlass control and bow thruster. From this vantage point, you have a 360-degree view of your surroundings. Flanking the flybridge are your two outriggers.

51' Riviera 2008 ST ONE Sportfish Helm

Our last step on today’s walkthrough is this spacious bow. The owner decided to opt out of having a davit on board to keep this more of an entertainment area. This foredeck has five escape hatches. In between the escape hatches, is an area where you can easily add a sunbed. All the way forward on the bow pulpit is your windlass and ground tackle.

Thank you for coming with me on today’s walkthrough on ST ONE. If you have any further questions or like to schedule a private showing, please feel free to contact me anytime.

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