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Extended cruising in luxury and safety is the basic concept for an Outer Reef Yacht. All Outer Reef Yachts are built to open Ocean Category “A” (wave heights 18-20′ and sustained winds of over 40 knots. This 65′ Outer Reef is a true bluewater cruiser, powered for fuel economy and long range.

This 2007 65’ Outer Reef is Hull 14. Conceived as a safe, yet luxurious passage maker, MRS LANE does not disappoint. There are dual staircases from her extended swim platform leading to a fully covered aft deck. The aft deck has built in bench seating with storage below and a teak table that can seat up to 6 for al fresco dining. There is a wet bar with a built-in fridge and ice maker. Wing doors to port and starboard and EZ2CY enclosures and screens allow use of the aft deck regardless of weather conditions.

The main salon is entered through double doors from the aft deck. This is a spacious area with an L-settee to port, a beautiful, custom, granite topped, cherry cabinet and tub chair to starboard. The cabinet is fitted with electronic lifting arms to raise and lower the 40″ Samsung flat screen smart TV.

Forward and up 2 steps is the galley. The galley has full appliances and voluminous storage. Counters and backsplashes were upgraded to granite. A convenient day head is just opposite the galley, along with additional storage lockers and a custom china cabinet.

The pilothouse has a large, comfortable L-shaped settee and table. The enlarged helm console is home to an extensive, state-of-the-art electronics package. Port and starboard water-tight doors give quick access to the exterior deck and two staircases, both on the starboard side, lead up to the flybridge, and down to the owner and guest staterooms.

The VIP stateroom has a queen berth with spacious drawer storage below. There are twin hanging lockers and a flat screen TV as well as shelving on both bulkheads. The private ensuite head and shower feature cherry cabinetry and granite counter tops.

Moving aft, the second guest stateroom is to port with a double berth and added single berth above, a hanging locker, cabinet storage and hook-up for an iPod. This stateroom also has an ensuite head and shower and a flat screen TV.

Opposite the port guest stateroom is a full-size washer and dryer and laundry supply storage locker.

The Master suite is full beam, amidships with the king berth athwartship, a walk-in hanging locker forward, and a second large hanging locker aft. Opposite the end of the berth is a full wall dresser, entry to the master head and a mounted 55″ flat screen TV. The Master head features dual sinks, granite counter tops and large shower. The center door aft from the master leads to a watertight door with viewing port is the forward entrance to the engine room.

The six-foot-plus headroom and ease of access to all systems makes engine room movement hassle free. In addition to the twin Caterpillarss, there are two generators, a watermaker, hydraulics and A/C systems.

Aft of the engine room is another watertight door and second teak door to a double crew or fourth guest cabin, head with shower,upright deep freeze, work and storage area. Moving all the way aft is the watertight transom door opening onto the extended swim platform.

An Outer Reef flybridge with a full-width hardtop may be the largest flybridge of any 65’ series produced. The flybridge helm features many repeater electronics and two Stidd helm chairs. There are built-in settees with hi/lo custom solid teak tables. Aft of the settees is a service area featuring a new 36″ BBQ grill, wet bar with refrigerator/icemaker and built-in storage. The boat deck comfortably holds a 13’ Nautica RIB with 60hp Yamaha and there is still ample room for sunbathing.

MRS LANE has has a fully covered walk-around main deck and a Portuguese bridge forward with an opening gate door to the foredeck. There is built-in seating just forward. The foredeck houses a hydraulic dual capstan windlass with two galvanized anchors.

  • Hand laid-up FRP hull with PVC foam sandwich construction above the waterline
  • Vinylester barrier lamination for osmosis protection
  • Hand laid-up FRP deck/house and flybridge with PVC foam sandwich construction
  • Full length longitudinal engine stringers and athwartship stringers
  • Windows with 3/8″ tempered glass in salon, 1/2″ tempered glass in pilothouse
  • Rub rails with stainless steel capping
  • Bilge area finished smooth and coated with epoxy paint
  • Built-in swim platform with hide-away stainless steel swim ladder and rails – upgraded with 1 foot added to width and teak decking
  • Quiet Roll integrated spray rail system
  • $130,000 Awlgrip job with addition of a blue fashion stripe February 2017
  • Complete bottom job October 2018
Make: Outer Reef Yachts Model: 650 MY Length: 65ft
  • Twin Caterpillar C-12 Acert (705 hp each) diesel engines with Twin Disc transmissions (3970 hours)
  • Engine running gear alignment January 2017
  • Two 16 kw Northern Lights generators with sound shields (4145 hours)
  • ABT Trac 220 stabilizers with 7.5 sq. ft. fins and dual controls – new oil, seals, hydrolic hoses, bearings, trunion bushings, spherical bushings, and port actuator cylinder in 2017
  • ABT 25 hp hydraulic bow and stern thrusters with proportional controls – new oil in legs, rebuilt Rexroth thruster leg motors both bow and stern all new seals, new hoses, cleaned and rebuilt all fitting and hoses on hydrolic tank, new hydrolic oil and new hydrolic heat exchanger
  • Glendinning engine controls for dual stations
  • Additional Glendinning handheld engine remote control with plug in receptacles on flybridge, Portuguese deck and aft deck
  • Optional port side swim platform converted from manual cord to Glendinning Cablemaster with 100′ cord
  • Underwater exhaust system with bypass and FRP mufflers
  • Northern Lights uplift water exhaust system
  • Tides packless shaft seals w/one spare seal for each shaft
  • Stainless steel propeller shafts (AQ22 new in 2016) with new VEEM propellers
  • Prop balance – anti singing bevel January 2017
  • Port alternator rebuilt end of 2016
  • Replaced 9-12 LED transformers in 2016
  • Fiberglass drip pans under engines
  • Stainless steel struts w/bearings
  • Two Racor 75/1000 max dual fuel filters for main engines
  • Two Racor 1000 max single fuel filter for generators
  • Emergency tiller lock mechanism
  • Teleflex hydraulic steering system for dual stations
  • New steering – pulled rudders, new packing two new steering rams and plumbing January 2017
  • Evolution engine mounts and couplings
  • Reverso 24v Oil change system for Twin Disc engine transmissions and generators
  • Ball-valve bronze seacocks on all through-hulls below waterline
  • Algae-X fuel polishing system
  • New fuel transfer pump in 2016
  • New fuel sight glass January 2017
  • Caterpillar ELC antifreeze/coolants for engines and generators
  • 230v Cruisair chilled water A/C system
  • Nutone central vacuum system
  • Large amount of spare parts, from an alternator, solenoids, belts, and many more
  • New cutlass bearings in 2016
  • Two Northern Lights 16kw (60hz) generators with sound shields
  • Main electric distribution panel w/gauges and circuit breakers for 230/115v AC system and 24/12v DC system (AC panel can be used for either 50 amps or 110 amps)
  • Accessible wiring raceway throughout
  • Batteries in FRP boxes:
  1. Two (2) engine banks with 2 AGM 8d-225ah batteries for each bank – new in 2016
  2. Two (2) house banks with 2 AGM 8d-225ah batteries for each bank – new in 2016
  3. Upgrade addition: 4 AGM house batteries
  4. Two (2) generator banks with 1 AGM 30h-200ah battery each – new in 2016
  • One Chargemaster 24v/30 amp for main engines
  • One ProSport 12v dual bank charger for genset
  • One Xantrex trace inverter/charger for ships batteries
  • Two (2) battery isolators
  • Two (2) 115v AC and two (2) 24v DC engine room blowers
  • Vimar electrical switches and outlets throughout
  • Dimmer switches (16) for overhead lights on aft deck, salon, galley, PH, VIP, guest and master cabins
  • Four engine room blowers
  • Three 24v DC head ventilation blowers
  • Additional bilge blower in forward section
  • 24v to 12v DC converter
  • Two Danforth 5″ magnetic compasses
  • Copper bonding system to all underwater fittings with zinc anodes
  • Engine battery interconnection system
  • Glendinning 50 amp cablemaster with 75′ of cable on transom (port)
  • Glendinning 50 amp cablemaster with 100′ of cable on transom (starboard)
  • 50 amp shore power inlet aft
  • Inlet for TV/cable, phone on transom
  • 4kw (24v DC to 115v AC) Trace inverter
  • Two 50 amp isolation transformers
  • Kahlenburg D-OA dual trumpet air-horn with compressor
  • 24v DC Chart lights
  • 24v DC courtesy/step lights throughout with automatics in wardrobe
  • 24v DC overhead halogen fixtures throughout
  • 24v DC rope style valance in salon and staterooms
  • 115v AC fluorescent and 24v lights for engine room
  • Five (5) Aqua Signal navigation lights
  • Two shaft brushes in engine room
  • Shoreline power transfer rotary switches
  • Upgraded to multi color underwater lights in 2017
  • Bilge high water alarm system with pilothouse warning panel
  • Four (4) automatic 24v DC bilge pumps and emergency bilge suctions on engine
  • One manual bilge pump in engine room
  • Two (2) automatic 24v DC shower pumps
  • Three (3) aluminum fuel tanks – 2,000 gallons – polished and cleaned end of 2016
  • Stainless steel water tank – 400 gallons – cleaned in 2016
  • Rigid fresh water pipes and color coded copper fuel lines
  • FRP holding tank with macerator pump – 200 gallons – new fittings and inspection port modified end of 2016
  • Cleanout and sight gauge for tanks
  • Tank gauge for fuel and water tanks
  • Stainless steel fuel manifold system (supply & return)
  • Headhunter XR-124 fresh water pump with a Headhunter X-Caliber (24v DC) back-up fresh water system
  • Two 20 gallon 115v AC water heaters connected to engine heat exchanger – port one replaced May 2013
  • Shore water inlet on transom
  • Fresh water faucet in engine room
  • Grohe single level mixing taps for sinks in galley, heads and showers
  • Five Techma marine toilets with y-valves and sanitary hose for all discharge plumbing – master, VIP, port guest, crew and day heads
  • Salt water wash down pump with outlet on fore deck
  • Sea Recovery 1400 GPD watermaker – rebuilt in 2016, all new membranes and filters with spares
  • Transom shower in recessed box with hot and cold water supply
  • Wash down fresh water outlets on fore deck, aft deck and flybridge
  • Acoustically insulated, lined with sound absorbing material
  • Edura coin dot flooring
  • Fireboy fire suppression system, including both intake and outlet air shutdown system with aluminum louvers
  • 115v GF outlets with waterproof covers
  • 115v AC fluorescent and 24v DC lighting
  • Sea chests
  • Stainless steel safety rails in engine room
  • Two watertight bulkheads
  • Watertight aluminum engine room doors with sight windows
  • Two additional portholes with deadlight covers
  • Three stateroom, three head layout with crew quarters aft
  • Interior wood is Cherry with burled inlay on salon window mullions and 4″ teak trim below overhead and above sole
  • Teak and holly cabin sole in galley, pilothouse, heads and forward hallway below with high gloss finish
  • Foam backed removable headliner
  • Automatic lighting in hanging lockers
  • Drawers finished with formica and include full extension guides
  • Satin varnish on interior paneling with high gloss finish on all bullnose
  • Teak overhead grab rail
  • Granite topped breakfast bar divides galley from salon
  • Wall sconces with dimmer switches in salon
  • Overhead LED lighting
  • Wine cooler
  • Granite topped cabinetry to starboard with electric lifter for TV in salon
  • On-deck day head
  • Newly reupholstered salon settee
  • New custom solid teak floor in salon
  • Granite counter tops, backsplash and wall behind cooktop
  • Grohe Europlus II pull-out chrome spray faucet
  • GE stainless steel side by side refrigerator-freezer with Cherry paneling
  • New GE convection microwave
  • New convection over in 2018
  • GE 4-burner electric cooktop
  • GE garbage disposal
  • New dishwasher in 2018
  • GE trash compactor with Cherry paneling
  • Ample over and under counter storage
  • Viewing window at sink with privacy shade
  • Large pantry with pullout drawers and storage below
  • Full beam helm console and chart table
  • Stidd helm seat with polished chrome and stainless steel base Ultra Leather upholstery
  • L-shaped settee with teak table
  • Door between galley and pilothouse
  • Three Exalto windshield wipers
  • Phantom screens on pilothouse doors and aft salon door
  • 32″ Samsung flat screen TV
  • Raymarine E120 Chart plotter, Graph depth sounder 12″ display
  • Garmin 7215 Chart plotter & radar with 15″ display screen, 72 mile radar split screen
  • Garmin 5215 Chart plotter, SAT weather with 15″ display screen
  • VHF ICOM ICM 504
  • ACR URP102 Searchlight with remote
  • Garmin GMI 10 Wind, Depth, Wind speed and latitude/longitude
  • Raymarine digital depthfinder Autohelm series
  • Danforth Constellation 5″ magnetic compass
  • Digital stabilizer control trac
  • AutoPilot Simrad AP26
  • AIS transmit and receive
  • Watermaker remote control panel
  • Variable speed hydraulic bow and stern thruster control
  • Inverter remote panel
  • Tank sentry for holding tank
  • Tank tender for (3) fuel tanks (1) water tank
  • Anchor windlass remote
  • Red overhead night chart lights
  • Ships systems monitor bilge pumps and navigation lights
  • Five (5) bilge pumps auto/manual
  • Kahlenberg dual trumpet air horns with 110v compressor

MRS LANE was originally built as a showboat with her beautiful upgraded granite and cherry interior. This yacht with four cabins and five heads, is a superior vessel in adverse sea conditions and can easily be handled with her 25hp hydraulic bow and stern thrusters with proportional controls and handheld remote operated from three different positions. With recent new paint and so many upgrades to systems and maintenance she also appears both inside and out as a much newer yacht than her 2007 year. Her current owner has spared no expense to keep this yacht ready to go sea at anytime with the aid of a very knowledgeable full time captain.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.