Stan Miller Yachts

2002 Riviera 40 Flybridge

  • 40 ft
  • Flybridge
  • Long Beach, CA, US

Yacht price :

$289,000

Overview

The Riviera 40' offer the West Coast angler an excellent platform and layout with reliable Cummins power. Nicely equipped, excellent condition call today for more details.

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Riviera
Model:
40 Flybridge
Year:
2002
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
Long Beach, CA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Morningstar
Boat Type:
Flybridge
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
40 ft - 12.19 meter
LOA:
-
Beam:
14 ft 11 in - 4.55 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft 1 in - 1.24 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
34000 lbs

Engine

Make:
Cummins
Model:
6CTA 83-M3 450
Engine(s):
2
Hours:
1610
Cruise Speed:
25 MPH - 21.73 KTS
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
450 (Individual), 900 (combined)
Max Speed:
31 MPH - 26.94 KTS

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
620 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
119 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
40 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
2
Total Berths:
1
Total Sleeps:
1
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
1
Crew Berths:
1
Crew Sleeps:
1
Crew Heads:
1

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Descriptions

Manufacturer Provided Description

Global acceptance has shown that the Riviera 40 is as comfortable on the world's refined harbours as it is around Australia's rugged coastline. For peace of mind, the Riviera 40 is built with a solid fibreglass hull, has a watertight collision bulkhead forward and separate compartments throughout the hull. The elegant new era styled exterior is complemented by a designer interior with hand-finished timber and soft leathers. In the galley, bathroom and twin cabins you'll discover a wealth of innovative components and inspired layout ideas, with more luxury, space and comfort.



Features and Equipment

Electronics
Depthsounder - Furuno Navnet
Cockpit speakers - Alpine
DVD player - Panasonic
TV set - Sony Bravia LCD
Compass
Autopilot - Simrad AP 20
CD player - Clarion AM/FM/ CD changer & remote at helm
GPS - Furuno RD30
Plotter - Furuno Navnet
Radar - Furuno Navnet
VHF - Standard Horizon Spectrum

Inside Equipment
Dishwasher - Fisher Paykel
Air conditioning - Cruisair SMX Dual Units
Battery charger - Phase Three
Heating - Cruisaire
Deep freezer - Cockpit Coldplate
Hot water
Electric head - Sealand Vacuflush & Tankwatch 4 level monitor system
Refrigerator - Novacool RFS 7501 AC/DC
Microwave oven - Sharp Carousel II

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet - (2) 50 amp 125v
Generator - Onan MDKAA 11.5kw 1947 hours
Electrical Circuit: 110V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit shower
Tender - Aqualine SD290 Nissan 4hp
Electric windlass

 



Cummins 6CTA 8.3 450

Diamond 450C

You'll know there's a big difference the moment you hit the throttle. With 450 metric horsepower (331 kW), this engine really cuts through the water.

Fuel systems enhancements and improved air handling open the way for you to accelerate faster while lowering emissions. And with its robust components, the 450C will give you great reliability and durability.

Because the 450C packs so much power ito so little space, it makes for an easier installation and more room in the engine compartment.

Any way you look at it, the 450C will outshine any engine in its class.

FEATURES THAT LET YOU RUN WIDE-OPEN

The 450C has features you would expect to find in much larger engines. Because it has them, you can look forward to a long future of constant cruising.

-Cast-iron skirted block with seven main bearing supports provides m maximum rigidity and strength.

-Replaceable wet cylinder liner mean easy serviceability, longer engine life and higher resale value.

-Forged aluminum, three ring-pistons with dual MiResist inserts deliver longer wear and superior engine durability.

-Forged steel I-beam cross section connecting rods provide increased strength and durability.

-Watercooled manifolds and turbocharger deliver more efficient engine cooling and lower engine surface temperatures.

-Forged steel crank with eight integral counterweights and induction-hardened fillets and journals lengthen crankshaft life.

-For improved overall performance, the lubrication system features high piston oil-spray cooling, outstanding oil-to-coolant heat rejection, thermostatic oil temperature control and bypass oil filtration.

-Separate raw water after cooling for the air intake system features a large capacity cooler, resulting in cooler and denser intake air for more efficient combustion and reduced thermal stress.

-A single piece crossflow cylinder head with two valves per cylinder and short exhaust ports delivers quicker response and better acceleration.

- A low inertia turbocharger delivers a faster turbo boost for increased performance.

Bore x stroke: 4.49 x 5.32

Displacement: 504.5 cu in. (8.3L)

Aspiration: Turbocharged & Aftercooled

Number of Cylinders: 6

Fuel Consumption

2600 rpm 23.3 GPH per engine 26 knots

2500 rpm 20.2 GPH 24.5 knots

2400 rpm 17.5 GPH 23 knots

2200 rpm 13.5 GPH 20 knots

1800 rpm 8.0 GPH 15 knots

1500 rpm 5.0 GPH 10 knots

1200 rpm 2.8 GPH 9.0 knots

800 rpm 1.3 GPH 7.2 knots

600 rpm  1 GPH 5.7 knots

 

Brief History 6CTA8.3

The Cummins marine version of the 6CTA 8.3 has evolved through many versions and horsepower ratings since it was released in the early 1990's as a 6CTA 8.3M-1 “300C”, but all of the versions still share the same basic base engine specs:

The engine is an “In-line 6” using a “Bosch or Nippon Denso” mechanical inline injection pump, 8.3 liters or 504 cu inches (1.38 liters per cylinder), 4.49” Bore x 5.32” Stroke (114mm x 135MM), 1-piece head, 2 valves per cylinder, Mid-stop wet liners for a very easy rebuild, and generally a very simple design with robust construction throughout that has allowed the engine to be used in many demanding industrial markets besides marine. Since the time of its first release, the base engine has withstood the test of time so well, that it is still being made in many countries around the word and is the highest produced engine ever built in its size range. In fact, the latest QSC 8.3 600 that meets EPA Tier 3 marine requirements shares the same base design although it does have many refinements & upgrades to meet the current requirements the engine needs.

The base internals are very tough which has allowed the Marine division to develop multiple & reliable higher HP ratings just as the various markets demanded it. As with all diesels, this is done by adding more fuel & air to get increased HP, tweaking RPM settings and fueling maps within the governor, and adding more cooling capacity to the engine to maintain the proper thermal temperatures of combustion/exhaust, oil, coolant, and the air intake . This is a good place here to note that the even latest highest HP per liter versions on the 8.3 have never had to employ dangerous salt water cooling of the oil like many of the competitors have done.. Just one more example of the robustness of the engines design by not having to remove needed heat from the oil to maintain thermal stability.



Disclaimer
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.

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