Outer Reef Yachts presents this Motor Yachts 2009 Outer Reef Yachts 650 MY boat for sale.

  • This Outer Reef Yachts 650 MY offered at $1,750,000
  • Powered by twin Caterpillar C-9 / 503 hp / 2826 hrs
  • The boat located in Marathon, Fl (map below) and ready for viewing
  • The listing has been updated and on a market since Jan 6th 2022

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MISS PATTI, as all Outer Reefs, was built to perform solidly in adverse sea conditions as well as provide comfortable cruising in elegant surroundings. She is set up for easy handling with both bow and stern thrusters and easy maintenance thanks to the smartly laid out machinery – perfect for an owner-operator. 
MISS PATTI has had $300,000 in recent additions and upgrades, including a full set of brand new electronics, routine maintenance, and is truly an ideal yacht for a couple, family, and guests.


This 2009 65’ Outer Reef quickly catches your eye with her stunning navy blue fashion stripe. With an 18' 6" beam, this yacht has much greater volume than most yachts of equal length. There are dual staircases from the swim platform leading to a spacious aft deck with built-in bench seating with storage below, a teak table and two teak deck chairs. There is an FRP built-in cabinet to port with a refrigerator and a ladder to starboard, with access to the flybridge.

The main salon is entered through double doors from the aft deck. This is a spacious area, with an L-settee and hi/lo, hinged, teak table to port and barrel chairs to starboard, creating a cozy setting for entertaining and dining. A breakfront separating the salon and galley houses a flat screen TV. There are several built-in cabinets and a beautiful teak and holly sole. Forward and up 2 steps is the galley, with full appliances and voluminous storage. Counters and backsplashes are upgraded to granite

The pilothouse has a large, comfortable L-shaped settee and table, an upgraded Stidd helm chair and port and starboard doors. The helm console is home to an extensive new electronics package. There are two staircases from the pilothouse, both on the starboard side, one leading to the flybridge, and the other to the owner and guest staterooms below.

The VIP stateroom forward has a queen berth with spacious drawer storage below. There are twin hanging lockers, a flat screen TV and a private ensuite head and shower.The guest stateroom is to port, with a double berth and single berth above, a hanging locker and cabinet storage. This stateroom also has an ensuite head and shower, and a flat screen TV. Opposite the port guest stateroom are a full-size washer and dryer and a storage locker. 

The master suite is amidships with a king berth, walk-in hanging locker forward, and plenty of storage lockers/drawers. Opposite the end of the berth is a desk/vanity with a mirror and a flat screen TV above. The master head is to port, featuring dual sinks, granite counter tops and shower. A watertight door with viewing port leads to the engine room.

The six-foot-plus headroom and ease of access to all systems makes engine room movement hassle free. Through another watertight door and second teak door is a combination crew quarters/4th stateroom with a twin cross bunk cabin, head/shower and storage area. Moving all the way aft is the opening watertight transom door to the swim platform.

Up on the flybridge, the helm features many repeater electronics and two Stidd helm chairs. There are two built-in settees with sliding tables to port and starboard. Aft of the settees are cabinets housing a gas BBQ grill, sink, built-in freezer and storage. The boat deck comfortably holds an Avon tender with 50 hp Yamaha. The yacht features full covered walk-around decks, a Portuguese bridge forward with an opening gate door to the fore deck. There is built-in seating and a dual capstan hydraulic windlass with two stainless steel 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 stringer 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
  – Hull and deck house sides with white gelcoat
  – Two (2) coats of black antifouling bottom paint over five (5) coats of epoxy primer
  – Quiet Roll integrated spray rail system
  – WheelHouse marine maintenance system


  – Twin Caterpillar C-9 (503 bhp) diesel engines with ZF 360A transmissions and electronic instruments for dual stations
  – Two (2) Onan 17kw generators with sound shields - UPGRADE
  – ABT Trac 250 stablilizers with 7.5 sq. ft. fins - UPGRADE
  – ABT 25hp hydraulic bow and stern thrusters with proportional controls at both stations - UPGRADE
  – Glendinning handheld engine and bow thruster remote controls with plug in receptacles aft and at Portugese bridge - UPGRADE
  – 230v chilled water A/C system with heating modular on air handlers
  – One (1) spare circulation pump and one (1) spare raw water pump for the AC system
  – Tides packless shaft seals 
  – Stainless steel propeller shafts with Nibral propellers
  – Line cutters on propeller shafts
  – Two (2) prop shaft brushes
  – Fiberglass drip pans under engines
  – Stainless steel work benches over engines
  – Two (2) Viper stainless steel toolboxes - UPGRADE
  – Stainless steel struts with bearings
  – Emergency tiller lock mechanism
  – Gulf Coast fuel polishing system - UPGRADE
  – Ball-valve bronze seacocks on all through-hulls below waterline
  – Oil change pump for engines and generators
  – Groco 24v fuel transfer pump
  – Racor fuel filters
  – Evolution anti-vibration system with soft engine mounts
  – Emergency hydraulic system
  – 5 1/2" diameter zinc plates on rudders
  – Acoustically insulated engine room with black coin dot flooring, lined with sound absorbing material
  – Two watertight bulkheads
  – Watertight aluminum engine room doors with sight windows
  – Fresh water hose bib
  – Fireboy fire supression system including both intake and outlet air shutdown system with aluminum louvers
  – Sea chests
  – Fuel sight tubes replaced with new glass ones - UPGRADE


  – Main electric distribution panel with gauges and circuit breakers for 230/115v AC system and 24/12v DC system (AC panel can be used with either 50 amp or 100 amps)
  – Glendinning 50 amp cablemaster with 75' of cable on transom
  – 50 amp shore power inlets fore and aft
  – Charles ISO boost 50 amp rating transformers
  – Two (2) engine battery banks with two (2) AGM 8d225AH batteries for each bank (New in November 2021)
  – Two (2) house battery banks with two (2) AGM 8d-225AH batteries for each bank (New in November 2021)
  – Two (2) generator banks with one (1) AGM 30h-200AH battery each (New in November 2021)
  – Shoreline power transfer rotary switches
  – New LED lighting throughout ($5,000) - UPGRADE
  – Dimmer switches added in salon, pilothouse and master stateroom
  – New LED lights in engine room - UPGRADE
  – 24v DC rope style valance lights at salon and staterooms
  – 24v DC step lights throughout and automatic wardrobe lights
  – 115v AC outlets throughout
  – GFI outlets for head and exterior
  – Four engine room blowers and three head vent blowers
  – 24v DC chart light
  – Aqua Signal navigation lights
  – Three (3) Exalto dual speed self-parking windshield wipers with washdown system
  – Accessible wiring raceway throughout
  – Kahlenburg D-OA dual trumpet air horn with compressor
  – DC-DC converter 24V to 12V
  – Copper bonding system to all underwater fittings with zinc anodes
  – Trace 4 kw inverter 24v DC to 115v AC
  – Two (2) Danforth "5" magnetic compasses


  – Four (4) automatic 24v DC bilge pumps and emergency bilge suctions on engine
  – Two (2) automatic 24v DC shower pumps
  – One manual bilge pump in engine room
  – High bilge water alarm system with warning panel in pilothouse
  – 115v Headhunter Mach5 fresh water pump with accumulator tank
  – Headhunter X-Caliber (24v DC) back-up pump for fresh water system
  – Two (2) 115v AC 20 gallon water heaters with heat exchanger
  – Village Marine 1200 gpd watermaker - UPGRADE
  – Fresh water faucet in engine room
  – Shore water inlet on transom
  – Four (4) Techma electric marine toilets with y-valves and sanitary hose for all
  – Tank gauge for fuel and water tanks
  – Stainless steel fuel manifold system (supply and return)
  – Hot and cold transom shower in recessed box
  – Fresh water washdown outlet on foredeck
  – Rigid fresh water pipes and color coded copper fuel lines
  – Cleanout and sight gauge for tanks
  – All waste hoses replaced 


  – Eight (8) stainless steel hawser holes with cleats
  – Dual capstan/chain wheel horizontal windlass with dual anchor rollers - UPGRADE
  – 75 lb CQR anchor with 300' 1/2" chain
  – 110 lb CQR anchor with 300' 1/2" chain - UPGRADE
  – Stainless steel framed plexi-glass hatch on fore deck
  – Flush FRP hatches over chain locker
  – Stainless steel framed tempered glass portlights with screens
  – Stainless steel safety railings 
  – FRP gate door at fore, side and aft deck
  – Water tight entrance door on both sides of pilothouse
  – Cantalupi exterior lighting
  – Carlisle Finch 115v search light
  – Sunbrella furniture fabric on all exterior seating
  – Four (4) stainless steel rod holders - UPGRADE
  – Navy blue fashion stripe - UPGRADE
  – Underwater lights - 4 stern and 2 sides - UPGRADE
  – Marquipt boarding stair consisting of three sections for versatility (6-step, an additional 2-step, plus a turning platform, if needed) mounted to port walkaround - UPGRADE
  – Additional bracket on starboard side walkaround to hold the handrail to Marquipt boarding stair and fend off poles and brushes - UPGRADE


  – Teak covered extended swim/dive platform with removable stainless steel u-rails and swim ladder - UPGRADE
  – Teak covered built-in stairways and aft deck 
  – FRP bench seats with storage beneath
  – FRP cabinet with a refrigerator to port
  – Stainless ladder up to the boat deck to starboard
  – Teak table with two (2) teak deck chairs 
  – Aft facing camera - UPGRADE
  – Additional LED light on overhang to light up the swim platform - UPGRADE


  – Upgraded 1600 lb Brower systems davit - hydraulic lines were replaced with aircraft quality braided metal lines - UPGRADE
  – Molded FRP instrument console
  – L-shaped FRP bench seats with storage beneath and (2) FRP sliding tables
  – Cabinets port and starboard behind seats with sink, deck freezer and 30" stainless BBQ grill 
  – Sink with Complete Water Systems filtration - UPGRADE
  – Custom slide-out drawers in cabinet between the sink and the BBQ grill - UPGRADE
  – Venturi windscreen with stainless steel grab rails
  – EZ2CY flybridge enclosure - UPGRADE
  – FRP radar arch
  – Sliding hatch and stairs down to the pilothouse
  – Upgraded teak steering wheel - UPGRADE
  – Hardtop over flybridge
  – Two Stidd helm chairs with new chrome bases and new seats
  – Removable stainless steel ladder from boat deck to hardtop
  – Full set Megabraid lines (New since 2020)
  – New (2021) 8 person life raft ($4,000) - UPGRADE
  – All dinghy and scooter chocks are removable - UPGRADE
  – Avon tender with 50 hp Yamaha with Garmin Echomap CHIRP (New in 2017)


  – 8616xsv monitor (2)
  – GPSMAP 8622 monitor (2)
  – GNX 20/21 – Depth/Windspeed Display (3)
  – AIS 800
  – GRID 20 device controls (2)
  – GRF 10 Rudder Feedback Sensor
  – GPS19x NMEA2000
  – GHC20 Marine Autopilot control (2)
  – Kit GMR 2526 xHD2 Open Area Radar
  – VHF315 North American


  – Teak veneer panel and wall coverings on bulkhead
  – Teak cabin doors and cabinet doors
  – Teak and holly flooring throughout with loose laid carpet in areas
  – Removable foam backed vinyl headliners
  – Light valance in salon and staterooms
  – Teak framed mirrors
  – Satin varnish finish on interior teak
  – Custom sconces and burl insets on mullions in salon - UPGRADE
  – Salon with an entertainment center, teak hi-lo coffee table and two barrel chairs with all new leather upholstery
  – New Phantom screen at salon door - UPGRADE
  – Dometic UV light system in salon air handler - UPGRADE


  – Black Pearl countertop with stainless steel sink with Complete Water Systems filtration - UPGRADE
  – New Grohe faucets
  – GE Monogram full size appliances
  – Two (2) Fisher Paykel dishwashers - UPGRADE
  – U-line wine cooler - UPGRADE


  – One (1) Stidd helm seat with a chrome base and Ultra leather upholstery
  – L-shaped settee and teak table
  – RiteAire Marine dehumidifier system - UPGRADE
  – Exterior docking lights - UPGRADE
  – New Phantom screens - UPGRADE
  – Wave wifi - UPGRADE
  – Victron energy battery maintenance gauge
  – TV antenna
  – Bow and stern thruster control panel
  – Windlass control panel
  – Carlisle Finch searchlight control panel
  – Tank tender and bilge pump control panel
  – Two (2) Caterpillar engine control displays
  – Glendinning electronic controls
  – Fireboy control panel
  – Satellite phone


  – Heads with Kohler undermount sinks
  – Hanging lockers with automatic lighting
  – Nutone central vacuum system
  – Master stateroom with a king size berth and two end tables with granite countertops
  – Vanity deck with mirror in master stateroom
  – Complete Water Systems filtration at master head sink - UPGRADE
  – VIP stateroom with a queen size berth and shelving on hull sides
  – Port side guest stateroom with an upper and lower bunk
  – All staterooms with ensuite heads
  – All showers have ceramic tile floors - UPGRADE
  – New fitted sheets for all berths
  – New washer and dryer ($10,000)


  – Crew cabin with two crossing bunks, an end table and an opening port with a blackout cover
  – Custom dive tank storage in cabin locker - UPGRADE
  – Wet head with sink and mirror
  – Perlick ice maker - UPGRADE
  – Multiple storage cabinets
  – Port side opening port with a blackout cover


  – TV's in all staterooms
  – New Sony 48" HDTV in the salon
  – Portable 29" Toshiba TV on stainless bracket - can be moved between pilothouse, aft deck or flybridge
  – Receiver in salon broadcasts to the portable TV 
  – Fusion radio in pilothouse, salon, aft deck and flybridge
  – Bose speaker system on the main deck
  – Sonance symphony speakers in staterooms
  – Speakers in the engine room
  – KVH Tracvision M7 satellite TV
  – Pepwave Dual SIM Internet Receiver/Router
  – Wilson Cell Booster
  – iCom M506 VHF
  – VHF315 North American
  – OceanSignal EPIRB
  – All TVs with Firestick streaming
  – Flir Night Camera ($10,000 upgrade)


  – All new injectors
  – New risers
  – All heat exchangers cleaned and proved
  – All 8D and 12 vt batteries on boat replaced (10)
  – New hoses and hydraulic lines


  – MISS PATTI lettering
  – IWC clock/weather set
  – Art
  – Personal clothes and belongings
  – Tools/binoculars/loose personal items
  – Kitchen utensils and kitchenware
  – Kayak
  – American flag
  – Electric bicycles
  – Spare 50 amp electrical cord (50’)
  – Books and CDs
  – Laptop computer and accessories


MISS PATTI has benefited from continual updates to systems and equipment. This yacht was built with the D-rated semi-commercial 503hp Caterpillar C9’s, which proved to be the most fuel-efficient engines in the 650 Outer Reef series, and is an exceptional sea boat.

The concave spray rail system provides a very dry ride, and while heavily built at over 120,000 pounds, MISS PATTI can cruise at 9 knots burning less than one gallon of fuel per nautical mile, rivaling full displacement yachts of similar size, but with the ability to reach maximum speeds of over 12 knots when required with her semi-displacement hull design.

With three staterooms forward, all with ensuite heads, and a forth cabin aft with head/shower for crew or family, and perhaps one of the largest flybridges and boat decks for a 65’, she can still be easily handled by a cruising couple, assisted with remote controls and 25hp hydraulic and proportional bow and stern thrusters. Her covered aft deck, large salon, spacious galley with enhanced pantry storage and comfortable pilothouse with L-shaped seating and dinette, show her as a much newer yacht than her build year.

MISS PATTI can provide many future years of comfortable offshore cruising, with the opportunity to purchase her at a fraction of current replacement costs.


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.

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Approximate boat location – Marathon, Fl
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