ften, sturdily built world girdlers double down on all things redundant and beefy, sometimes sacrificing a sleek aesthetic in the process. At the same time, yachts considered party platforms may put bluewater attributes on the back burner. But there does exist a nexus of the two lines of thought, and the Outer Reef 620 Trident is a prime example. She is a vessel that has Outer Reef’s oceangoing pedigree at her core and is also easy on the eyes. The 620 is built to help ambitious owners step up from casual cruising to serious voyaging and still look good on the water. Outer Reef sees the Trident line as a stepping stone for yachtsmen who are coming out of first or second boats and who may want to cruise the world. Logically, many of these customers would encompass a younger demographic, and Tridents are built to accommodate their needs. Outer Reef also sees owners of this yacht as having a sense of style. The 620’s lines are appreciably sleeker than those of some other boats in her class. Her plumb bow and broken sheer line play together quite nicely to create the aura of a vessel that can handle rough seas but that looks equally at ease pulling up to a waterside hot spot in South Beach, Miami.