'Daybridge' Model, Reviewed at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, Targets the Socially Inclined Cruiser

The Daybridge, according to Belize Yachts (a subsidiary of Riviera), offers the choice of a fabric bimini top that covers the helm and forward lounges while a hardtop option provides cover for almost the entire space. The Daybridge features a wide helm console and sports wheel. Aft, a U-shaped lounge surrounds a varnished wooden dining table. Outdoor chefs may choose optional twin grills with sink, fridge and plenty of storage. Sun lounges occupy the aft section of the Daybridge.

SPECIFICIATIONS

* Length of the hull (Lh) to ISO8666: Includes all structural and integral parts (ie. the moulded length of the hull). It excludes parts that can be removed in a non-destructive manner without affecting the structural integrity of the craft, (eg. pulpits, outdrives, driving platforms, rubbing strakes).** Dry weight represents the estimated minimum weight of a yacht with standard engines and options, no fuel or water on board, no equipment or provisions and no personnel. The stated dry weight may be exceeded.*** Denotes net tank capacity. For useable capacity do not rely on more than 90% of tank capacity. Actual capacity will vary according to yacht trim and sea state. Speeds are subject to normal weather conditions, fuel and/or water levels, passengers and equipment loads.

* Length of the hull (Lh) to ISO8666: Includes all structural and integral parts (ie. the moulded length of the hull). It excludes parts that can be removed in a non-destructive manner without affecting the structural integrity of the craft, (eg. pulpits, outdrives, driving platforms, rubbing strakes).
** Dry weight represents the estimated minimum weight of a yacht with standard engines and options, no fuel or water on board, no equipment or provisions and no personnel. The stated dry weight may be exceeded.
*** Denotes net tank capacity. For useable capacity do not rely on more than 90% of tank capacity. Actual capacity will vary according to yacht trim and sea state. Speeds are subject to normal weather conditions, fuel and/or water levels, passengers and equipment loads.

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