A true bluewater cruiser, luxury and safety brought together.

2007 Outer Reef 65 ‘Aulica’

NZ $2.5M

This beautiful cruiser has just become available to own. More information soon.

Outer Reef Yachts are true bluewater cruisers, powered for fuel economy and long range. More information is coming soon but for now browse through the stunning interior pictures – you’ll be suitably impressed. Please contact: Stephen Prinselaar 021 447778. 

This Outer Reef 65 is generous in layout, with 4 cabins and 4 heads which equates to a total 9 berth accommodation. A luxuriously appointed galley and spacious indoor/outdoor areas are perfect for wining and dining. Email stevep@truenorthmarine.co.nz for more information.

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Year: 2007
Make: Outer Reef Yachts 65
Hull type: Fibreglass (GRP) Monohull
Length Overall: 65′-0″ (19.81m)
Length of Waterline: 58′-6″ (17.83m)
Beam(Max): 18′-6″ (5.66m)
Draft: 1.5 Metres
Displacement: 93,500Lbs (42.41 Metric Tons)
Engine type: Twin inboards
Engine Brand: Catapillar
Drive Type: Shaft Drive
Engine size: 503 HP
Engine hours: TBA
Fuel Capacity: 2000 Gallons (7,569 Litres)
Water Capacity: 400 Gallons (1,514 Litres)
Thrusters: Bow thruster and stern
Cruising speed: 10 Knots
Maximum speed: 13 Knots

For more information contact steve 021 447778

  • Category “A” with CE Certification

  • Outer Reef invested in the original tooling and mold construction to produce a fiberglass hull with the highest gloss finish and traditional look of a quality motor yacht

  • Hand laid up FRP hull, W/PVC foam sandwich construction above the water line and vinylester barrier lamination for osmosis protection below the waterline

  • Hand laid up FRP deckhouse and flybridge W/PVC foam sandwich construction

  • The topsides and superstructure are finished in white gelcoat

  • Full length longitudinal stringers and athwartship stringers

  • Windows with 3/8″ tempered glass in salon, 1/2″ tempered in pilothouse house

  • Rubbing strake with stainless steel capping

  • Bilge area finished smooth and coated with epoxy paint

  • The hull is epoxy treated to protect against moisture ingress and osmosis

  • Teak laid decking is applied to the Portuguese bridge, side-decks, aft deck and swim platform with additional teak laid planking to the transom steps

  • The raised bulwarks are further protected by substantial stainless steel rails

  • Stainless steel opening deck hatches

  • Stainless steel opening sideports throughout

  • Weathertight aluminium doors on both sides of the pilothouse

  • All stainless steel is mirror finished 316 grade stainless steel

  • Joints are meticulously welded and polished

  • Highly protected running gear with the addition of an extra-deep keel

  • All stainless is oversized and of stout construction, rivaling anything coming from the finest shipyards in the world

  • All nuisance water from the flybridge to the lower decks drains to the waterline via the drain manifold system, preventing streaking of the hull and eliminating the need for numerous through hull fittings

  • Outer Reef Quiet Roll Spray System is specially designed and engineered spray rail deflects water away from the hull with a smoother and quieter motion than conventional spray rails, which enhances the quiet ride under way and reduces noise in a rough anchorage

  • 3-cabin layout with en-suites, with crew or additional fourth guest stateroom with head and shower aft
  • Teak veneer paneling and cream vinyl covering to head lining
  • Teak cabin and cabinet doors
  • Teak & holly cabin sole to galley, pilot house and heads
  • Neutral carpeting throughout
  • Hanging locker & wardrobes with automatic lighting
  • Bosch equipped galley, Bosch washing machine and dryer
  • Nutone central vacuum cleaning system
  • Yamaha piano
  • All heads are fitted out to the same standard with Corian surfaces, Kohler under mounted sinks and Grohe chrome taps and shower heads
  • Three Sea Land vacuum flush marine toilets with the crew head fitted with a Tecma Marine toilet


  • Comprehensive two station Raymarine navigation system
  • SeaTel antenna


  • Main electric distribution panel with gauges and circuit breakers for 230/115v AC and 24/12 v DC systems
  • Two engine start batteries 8d-204AH
  • Four domestic service batteries 24v 8d-204AH
  • Two generator start batteries 30H-105AH each
  • All batteries stored in GRP boxes
  • Engine battery interconnecting system
  • Two battery isolators
  • 4KW Trace inverter 24v DC to 230v AC
  • DC to DC converter 24 to 12 volt
  • One 24V battery charger and one 12 V battery charger
  • Glendinning 50 amp cablemaster with 75′ of retractable cable on transom
  • Additional 50 amp shorepower inlet on transom
  • Two 15 KVA isolating transformers (protecting against shore power fluctuations)
  • 230v AC 3 pin plug sockets throughout
  • Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning/heating throughout
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  • 24v DC overhead halogen lights throughout
  • 24v DC rope style valance lights in saloon and state rooms
  • 24v DC step lights throughout and automatic wardrobe lights
  • 230v DC fluorescent lights and 24v DC lights in the engine room
  • 24v DC chart light
  • Twin Caterpillar C-9 500hp diesels with ZF transmissions and electronic instruments at dual helm stations
  • Caterpillar engines received the 10 year service 2 yrs. ago and new after-coolers were installed – existing after-coolers were cleaned, pressure tested and kept as spares
  • Side Power 220 20hp hydraulic bow and sterns thrusters
  • Naiad 252 stabilizers with 6 sq. ft. fins and Multisea II controls
  • 3 station control
  • Two generators 8/16 kw (Port, 8 KVA – TBA hours, Starboard, 16 KVA – TBA hours)
  • Glendinning engine controls for three stations (flybridge/pilothouse/aft deck)
  • Wet exhaust system with FRP mufflers
  • Engine room blowers and head vent blowers
  • Sauer Danfoss hydraulic pumps on both engines for the thrusters and stabilizers
  • Reverso oil changing pump for engines and generators
  • Algae X fuel polishing system
  • Racor 75/1000 Max dual fuel filters for main engines
  • Racor 1000 Max single fuel filters for generators
  • Stainless steel propeller shafts and two bronze 4-blade props
  • Tides packless shaft seals with spare seals on shaft
  • Stainless steel rudders with bearings
  • Emergency tiller
  • Teleflex hydraulic steering system for dual stations
  • Sea chests supply all raw water cooling needs, including the main engines, generators and air conditioning systems
  • All through hull seacocks below the waterline are bronze with ball valves
  • Three stage fresh water filtration system for all water used onboard
  • Two 24v DC fresh water pumps with accumulator tank
  • One 230v AC 70l capacity water heater with heat exchanger
  • Freshwater tap in engine room
  • Shore water supply inlet on transom
  • Fresh water washdown on foredeck, aft deck and flybridge
  • Salt water washdown on foredeck
  • Swim platform shower
  • Four automatic 24v DC bilge pumps and emergency bilge suction on engine
  • One manual bilge pump in the engine room
  • Bilge level warning alarm
  • Grey and black water option to pump out at sea or at deck point

Additional Items included

Exterior and Deck
  • Electric stern mooring winches
  • Passerelle with electric winch system
  • 8 stainless steel cleats
  • Side gates aft and midships
  • Maxwell hydraulic windlass with capstan (deck buttons and remote control)
  • Aqua Signal navigation lights
  • Australian made stainless steel electric BBQ
  • 4 alloy fold-up push bikes
  • Fishing and snorkeling gear
Safety Equipment
  • Kalenburg D-OA dual trumpet air horn
  • ACR searchlight with dual station remote
  • Cruiser 8 man liferaft
  • Life rings
  • Fire extinguishers throughout
  • Automatic engine room extinguishing system
Ground Tackle & Tender
  • 75lb C.Q.R stainless steel anchor
  • 100 meters of HT chain through bow roller
  • 4.3m tender with 40hp Yamaha 4 stroke served by a 1500lbs davit
*Important Information

Please Note:

*The information and specifications supplied here are believed to be correct to the best of our knowledge as provided by the current owner. Potential buyers are responsible for confirming the accuracy of this information. They should inspect the boat and have a professional survey completed.

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