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Best Boat Name Competition

BOAT NAME COMPETITION WINNER!

Congratulations to Peter McMahon for this entry "Scuba Doo".

Peter said, the name Scuba Doo just popped into his head one day while he was driving. “Just after we ordered our 37' Flybridge almost six years ago, we had no idea of a suitable name. Being an avid diver since 1969 and the Scooby Doo movie release was the perfect name combination. The transom picture was done from our suggestions by a professional sign writer. He did a great job as can be seen.

We berth our 37 at the Fremantle Sailing Club with easy access to Perth's best diving and boating areas.  It is a wonderful vessel to relax or dive from. We travel the world visiting our daughters in France and the USA and dive where ever we can.  It is great to see Rivieras in many overseas harbours.

 

WANT TO ENTER YOUR BOAT?

There are many weird, wonderful and interesting boat names out there and R Experience would like to share yours.  To enter the Best Boat Name Competition, simply email some photos of you and your family enjoying your Riviera, your favourite anchorage and a photo of your transom displaying your boat name to rthacker@riviera.com.au

Winners will receive a Riviera gift so don't forget to include your contact details so that we can inform you if you win a prize.

R Experience is also interested in publishing short stories and photos from Riviera owners around the world in our new Favourite Anchorages section.  Email your stories and photos to rthacker@riviera.com.au

 

 

 

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Click to enlarge image: Scuba Doo is a combination of Peter's hobby and the movie release of Scooby Doo

Scuba Doo is a combination of Peter's hobby and the movie release of Scooby Doo


Peter has been an avid diver since 1969 and enjoys diving in the traditional hard hat diving gear

Peter has been an avid diver since 1969 and enjoys diving in the traditional hard hat diving gear


Riviera 37 Flybridge 'Scuba Doo' at anchor

Riviera 37 Flybridge 'Scuba Doo' at anchor


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