Like the overall Outer Reef Classic Series, SUERTUDO‘s options and systems choices were made by insightful owners, which were well executed as a result of their opportunity to work directly with the owner of the company and the experienced Outer Reef Yachts team. Every Outer Reef prior to the beginning of the build process has the opportunity to study other owners’ choices before making their decisions, and of course explore the latest and greatest innovations in the marine industry.
The Outer Reef Classic Series is known for exceptional sea keeping abilities, excellent accommodation and volume, classic design, and beautiful custom interiors; this has allowed for the highest level of retention of value in the marketplace. The fuel efficiency and dependability of the 750 hp John Deere series has made them the first choice for many of our upcoming builds 67’ to 72’. SUERTUDO’s range at 9 knots, including generator consumption and a reserve, is more than 2,000 nautical miles, and at 8 knots, is 2,700 nautical miles. This significant range has allowed sisterships to travel to very remote destinations of more than 8,000 nautical miles with fewer stops for fuel. Also unlike full displacement yachts of this length that are limited to 10 knot maximums, SUERTUDO can maintain a speed of 14 knots at 80% engine load if required.
The opportunity to purchase this 2020, 72’ Outer Reef without a multiyear wait for a new delivery of a sistership at significantly higher pricing, and the only pre-owned 72 available worldwide, is truly unique and should be considered very strongly by knowledgeable purchasers who have done their diligence in studying the cruising market in this size range. Outer Reef owners' previous yacht series have included Fleming, Nordhavn, Marlow, Hargrave, Northern Marine, Ocean Alexander, Grand Banks, Grand Alaskan, Selene, Viking, Offshore, Burger, Hatteras, Sabre, Riviera, and many other well known builder series.
SUERTUDO may be the finest example of the most popular Outer Reef series, the 720 Classic Motoryacht series.
The extended, integral to the hull swim platform provides easy access to a floating dock, yard, easy transferring while boarding a tender, and is helpful while engaging in various in-water activities. From the swim platform area, you can enter the aft crew/guest area and engine room through a watertight transom door. There is also access to a very large aft deck via port and starboard staircases.
The aft deck features a comfortable staircase to the flybridge, boat deck, the optional teak decking, wing doors, a custom cabinet which includes refrigeration and storage, built-in seating, and a beautiful teak table, and four deck chairs to allow for comfortable alfresco dining. In addition, a custom designed premium stainless steel and glass exterior door and window were carefully chosen, and the window can raise and lower; in the lowered position, the large flatscreen TV can rotate 180° to for viewing from the aft deck seating, greatly complimenting the alfresco lifestyle.
Once entering the salon, the aft cabinet that contains the raising flatscreen television also provides substantial storage ahead of the lifting mechanism, and is accompanied by a cabinet to port with many entertainment features, including the most recent installation of the Starlink system, which allows for excellent communication while cruising offshore. Towards the aft end of the salon, starboard side, a staircase allows access below to the fourth cabin and other areas below the main deck. An extended comfortable L-shaped sofa with storage below is port, and starboard there is an additional sofa with end tables at each end. Forward of the starboard sofa is a large granite top cabinet for dual use as an additional pantry and for liquor storage.
Moving forward, and up two steps from the salon there is a well-appointed on deck head, and large refrigerator freezer. Granite counters, house appliances, such as an LP stove top and oven below, microwave, dishwasher, and wine cooler. The granite topped island in the galley has very substantial storage with large drawers.
This yacht has the open layout, which is the most desirable, but in addition, there is a raising panel attached to the aft area of the L shaped seating in the pilothouse, that can offer separation for nighttime travel or allowing a more private conversation or workspace separating it from the salon area and galley. Additionally, there is substantial storage under the L-shaped seating in the pilothouse and a granite table for dining. To starboard, this yacht has a wider, more comfortable staircase than previous sister ships built to allow easy access to the flybridge the center position Stidd helm seating, allowing for great visibility, forward and aft. The electronics and other systems chosen were the result of both additional research and due diligence - allowing a couple to handle the vessel with complete confidence, both underway, and when docking the yacht.
A comfortable well-designed staircase from the pilothouse leads to the owner and guest accommodations below. Forward is the VIP with a queen berth forward, with additional bookcase storage and cedar lined hanging lockers, plus a private, ensuite head and shower.
Moving aft from the VIP to port, the state room provides a full queen size berth below, and single pullman above, cedar lined hanging locker, drawer storage and large, en-suite head and shower.
Opposite the port cabin there is one of the two full-size washer dryer sets and then continuing aft the Master has a center line, king berth with granite topped side tables, custom overhead lighting and indirect lighting under the berth, optional larger ports, flat screen television much like the other state rooms, as well as cabinets with drawer storage, both port and starboard, methodically increased in size for long duration voyages. To starboard there is a full height walk in hanging locker with additional shoe storage, and by the head of the king berth and to starboard there is an even larger, walk-in L-shaped hanging locker.
The detail of choices in this stateroom includes a separate, standalone air conditioning system run from the inverter, and a doubled sized house batteries bank to allow the master area when at anchor to have complete comfort without a generator running. Also, an additional GPS monitor provides information including an anchor watch system. The en suite head has a marble countertop, and the large shower, like the other showers on board, has a mosaic tumbled marble floor.
Continuing with the interior, the rear staircase from the salon leads down to the lower accommodation, and as you reach the bottom of that stair case, there is the second separate washer and dryer. At the bottom of the staircase, there is a door to reduce the sound travel area up to the salon to starboard, and moving aft is a stainless steel, topped workbench area, built in trash compactor, toolbox, storage above the workbench for the raft, and a full-size freezer. Centerline are three steps up to the watertight door that leads out to the swim platform area. To port there is a double berth cabin, with full en-suite head and shower, to be utilized either as a fourth family or guest cabin or crew cabin. Moving forward along the centerline walkway, there is a galleyette with refrigeration and storage below a granite counter with sink and built-in microwave above.
The engine room is accessed through a watertight door which houses the twin John Deere 750 hp engines, twin 20 kW Northern lights generators, and much of the yacht’s systems, including the watermaker, frequency and voltage converter, plus fuel tanks outboard. This is also an air-conditioned area and the twin chiller redundant system is located in the engine room, as is the enclosed shaft Seatorque system.
For safety at sea, the port and starboard walkways have high bulwarks with stainless handrails above them, and forward those bullworks are part of the Portuguese bridge forward, with an opening gate. The gray non-skid that was chosen illuminates glare underway and it’s easier to maintain. On the foredeck, a choice was made to embellish the front seat and make it a full lounge that can also be returned to just a seat with storage below. The upgraded 4000 model Maxwell windlass has 300 feet of chain and a 132-pound stainless Ultra anchor. The handheld remote control that has multiple functions can be operated from anywhere onboard.
The wide comfortable staircase from the pilothouse leads to perhaps the largest flybridge on a 72 foot yacht. The hard top over the forward section was designed to allow the three-sided enclosure below to maximize visibility. The upper flybridge console contains duplicate systems seen below in the Pilothouse such as the fully hydraulic proportional, bow and stern thrusters, and stabilizer system controls. There are Stidd seats, a continuation of the gray non-skid seen below on the main deck, port, and starboard, U-shaped, seating with granite tables and storage below the seating. There is also an added feature next to the helm chairs - an additional storage cabinet with lounge above.
Moving aft and down a couple of steps to starboard is a very large stainless grill and sink and to port, a refrigerator, and large opening storage compartment.
SUERTUDO has the benefit of a hinged mast at the aft end of the hardtop, which would allow the yacht to have clearance below 21 feet, allowing travel to the Great Lakes, by traveling from New York, up to Hudson River to Albany, then entering the first lock at Troy of the New York State canal and lock system, then departing that system, after arriving at Oswego on the southern end of Lake Ontario. The Hardtop also has six 300 watt solar panels.
Continuing aft on the flybridge deck, the boat deck houses a 2020 Walker Bay Venture 14 foot tender with 70 hp Yamaha on removable raised chocks. This area also has an abundance of water toys including two kayaks with mounting brackets and two SEABOBs. The 1,700-pound davit is fully hydraulic and has a 12-foot telescopic arm to allow the tender and other water toys to be brought down behind the extended swim platform or to the side of the vessel. There are also two stainless posts that allow a sunshade from the rear part of the hardtop to the top of the stainless posts for sun protection. There is also easy access from the boat deck area by opening a sliding glass hatch and heading down the staircase to the aft deck.
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