About Marlow Yachts
Founded by David Marlow in 1995, luxurious Marlow Yachts are built in an eco-friendly, state-of-the-art Norsemen Shipyard in Xiamen, China. Boasting some of the highest, exacting standards in the industry, Marlow prides itself on extensive research and testing, building only a handful of yachts every year—with extensive owner input—that live up to strict standards in quality and performance.
Innovation is key at Marlow Yachts as evidenced by Velocijet Strut Keel technology, enabling top performance offshore with a draft of less than five feet. Other features include a RIVAT infusion hull with Kevlar reinforcement, Vinylester resins, custom NIBRAL props, and ATC Core-Cell sandwich construction. Marlow Yachts only utilizes three major molds for fewer seams and easier maintenance down the road. Exceptional standard features and clear attention to detail grace these luxury motoryachts, as well as natural stones like granite and marble.
The extensive Marlow Explorer Series features 15 different models ranging from the Marlow Explorer ME 53C to the newer Marlow Explorer 97E, the largest to date. The Marlow Explorer 97E features engineering innovations and top speeds of 29 knots, comfortable cruising speeds of 23-24 knots, and a range of 4,000 miles with a speed of 9 knots. Even their Marlow Explorer 72E LR is built for long range. The Marlow 76 LR Voyager features extreme range and capability with a proven nonstop ability from West Palm Beach, Fla., to Gibraltar in silence, comfort, luxury, and speeds not attainable by any other power yacht under 120 feet, according to Marlow who has issued a challenge to other manufacturers.
The Marlow Prowler Yacht Series includes the Marlow Prowler 375 Classic and Marlow Prowler 375 Open, delivering on speed and performance. Finally, Marlow builds its own line of Sprite Tenders and Gypsy Dinghys.
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