Discovery is seeing what everyone has seen and thinking what no one has thought


Imagine yourself on a Marlow Yacht....

Luxury Yachts capable of Ocean Voyages


Occasionally something new and very different will appear in the marketplace and the effect that it has is profound. We knew from the very first days of development that the Marlow Explorer would excel in every test applied from strength to performance to visual beauty. We knew that yachtsmen who demanded quality, performance and innovation would want to experience the Marlow Explorer. What has overwhelmed us is the immediate and growing demand for this superior yacht.

Since 2000, we have become one of the worlds most talked about and sought out yacht buillders. In these pages we will introcuce you to the Marlow Explorer with models from 49' to 97'; the Marlow Voyager 76; the Marlow Prowler 375 with a classic model, an open deck model and the Havana, a sassy, sleek and speedy express cruiser; the two Marlow tenders, the Sprite and the Gypsy. We will give you all the details in the development and processes that have taken place to produce the yacht that so many are talking about. We hope it will intrigue you and bring you to Marlow Yachts for a personal introduction.



4 yachts ready to ship

These workers have just made final preparations for these four new yachts to be shipped from Xiamen, China to Port Everglades, Florida. See the innovations on our new yachts at the Marlow Yachts in-water display at the Miami International Boat Show in February 2015. We will be debuting our first Marlow Explorer 49 (on the left), the new ME 58, and the new ME 80 on the far right, featuring both a Command Bridge and a fly bridge! Also seen here is the new ME 62, second from the right.

Call or e-mail Marlow Marine Sales to make your reservation to see these new yachts and our ever-popular ME 66.

The Miami International Boat Show is February 12-16, 2015 and Marlow Yachts will be on the north floating docks at the Sea Isle Marina on Biscayne Bay.

Dare to dream.... Marlow Yachts have voyaged in Seas around the world. Where will yours be seen?