the Builder Outer Reef Yachts was founded by American entrepreneur Jeff Druk (Jeff Druek) in the end 1990s years. Druk wanted to build a yacht for himself, but, according to him, the shipyard, he came with his order, did not want to build the boat, as required by Druk.
"I built this boat myself, and this incredible experience was born need to be heard."
Deciding to start a company, Druk set the task to build yachts for clients and trying to look at the process through their eyes, offering them a strong seagoing vessels for voyages around the world. br>
Headquarters Outer Reef Yachts is located in the Fort Lauderdale, state Florida. As a production base was selected by the Taiwanese shipyard the Tania Yacht Company, located in the major shipbuilding center Golunski harbour. Production infrastructure of the shipyard has recently undergone extensive renovation and expanded technological capabilities. Outer Reef has dealers and offices in USA, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Emirates.
in addition, the company offers its customers a wide service network, which can be found in almost any water area in the world.
Outer Reef is positioning their ships as custom and semi-custom and offers its customers a >ocean-going yachts of length from 56 to 115 feet in composite and aluminium enclosures. In the model number several series. So Classic Series includes cruise displacement >yachts 58-115 feet — this line is represented by models of Explorer, Motoryacht, Cockpit Motoryacht and Deluxbridge skylounge.
a Series of yachts from 18 to 25 meters Trident developed in collaboration with American design firm Setzer Yacht Architects. Yachts in this series have semi-displacement composite body or >aluminum. Also, the shipyard provides a model for the Atlas 550 Classic Motorayacht — ocean cruiser with the case of zaklopatica.
Yachts Outer Reef have a great deal of autonomy and are certified for long offshore voyages. They are reliable, easily withstand even the harshest weather conditions and can go without refueling for more than 2 thousand miles. On the website of the shipyard, you can find a lot of reviews and reports from owners of yachts travelling in the most remote corners of the oceans.