Coca-Cola overseas doesn't taste like it does stateside. Valparaiso, Port Au Prince, Bangkok... the "Real Thing" from another country is real... but it's also often slightly, intriguingly different. I was reminded of this phenomenon while testing an Australian-built sportfisherman recently- Riviera Marine's 36 Flybridge Convertible. Certainly, the pretty little battlewagon, with two staterooms, one head, and expansive flying bridge and a decent-sized cockpit (approximately 10' by 7'), looked a lot like an American sportfishing machine, especially an angular, traditionally styled 80's model. But there were some differences- the boat was extra rough-and-ready, two-fisted, down-underly, if you will. For example, the flying bridge had lots more stainless-steel rails than a stateside sled. And the tempered-glass windshield was seemingly wrist-thick and molded into a beefy fiberglass receiver. Tough stuff.