The Outer Reef 650’s simulated planked hull adds a classic look to the yacht’s profile.

The Outer Reef 650’s simulated planked hull adds a classic look to the yacht’s profile. (Courtesy Outer Reef Yachts/)

The Outer Reef 650 is a long-range cruiser built for blue water. Hull construction is solid fiberglass below the waterline and PVC coring above it. Full-length longitudinal stringers and athwartships stringers add backbone.

The yacht’s cruise-speed range is 9 to 15.5 knots with a top speed up to 22 knots.

The 650 has a three-stateroom layout with a full-beam amidships master, a forepeak VIP and a portside guest stateroom with a double berth, all with en suite heads.

At press time, six Outer Reef 650s were available, ranging from $1,595,000 to $1,795,000.

From the Archive

“The watertight rear door swings open to reveal a cherry-wood salon lined with carefully book-matched teak veneer panels and flooded by natural light on three sides. A remarkable wood table, with two folding leaves that lay flush on top, sits in front of the L-shaped settee. In the closed position, the table has two bird’s-eye maple inserts. …Black granite graces the galley countertops.”

Yachting, October 2007