Riviera puts all spaces to great use up on the flybridge. By moving the helm outboard to starboard, Riviera eliminated the need for the captain to move out of the way each time a guest wants to sit in the companion seat. And since both seats sit right at the aft bridge rail, you get a good view of the cockpit from the helm, unless, of course, you opt for the solid sunshade over the forward end of the cockpit. Personally, I'd go for a foldaway shade for fishing purposes. And one other feature sets this boat apart from most of its competition: A curved ladder makes climbing up to the flybridge much easier.