Florida shipyard, Outer Reef Yachts has announced its presence at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) this November, where it is set to showcase five of its superyachts.
In a recent press release, the boat builder announced that it will be launching two new marquee yachts from the Outer Reef collection at the event which takes place in Florida between 5th and 9th November 2015.
The launch of the 800 Cockpit (CPMY) and the 580 Long Range (LRMY) motor yachts will take place on Friday November 6th at 3:30pm at the Outer Reef Yachts Pavilion at B/C Dock, where visitors have been offered the opportunity to step aboard for a personalised tour and informational session. Also present at the show will be three further Outer Reef Yachts on display, including the 650 and 700 LRMY’s.
Standing at 17.5m LOA, the 580 LRMY is the smallest Outer Reef yacht in the Classic collection, built to Ocean Category A Standard. Built for an owner who has transitioned from sailing to powerboating, the pilothouse yacht offers spacious accommodation with a full beam master stateroom amidships. There is a further queen VIP stateroom forward, and a guest stateroom with two berths on the port side.
The open main deck layout provides unlimited sightlines from her pilothouse, with an adjoining galley equipped with full size appliances and pantries to serve the comfortable salon with covered aft deck for alfresco dining. Powered by twin Caterpillar C-9 Acerts 502BHP diesel engines with ZF transmissions, she is equipped with bow and stern thrusters, oversized stabilisers and an upgraded inverter system for operation at anchor. She has a boat deck with hydraulic davit to launch her 13ft tender to the port side or stern of the vessel.
Outer Reef will also launch the 800 CPMY with a slightly altered layout to her predecessor: The 800 LRMY. Just reaching into superyacht classification, the 800 Cockpit Motor yacht is just over 24m long, with a bean of 6.4m and a draft of 1.67m. She has been created to offer the utmost in cruising comfort with practical exterior living spaces and comfortable furnishings throughout.
Aboard, the master stateroom is again full beam and found amidships. There is a further queen VIP stateroom and a guest two berth stateroom. The vessel is powered by twin John Deere 6135 750HP diesel engines with ZF transmissions.