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Marlow Explorer 53

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Marlow Explorer 53

The introduction of the new Marlow Explorer 53 in 2016, has brought a more fuel efficient vessel due to the enhanced beam to length ratio and underwater design features that significantly reduce parasitic drag. At the same time, interior and on deck accommodation spaces are enhanced due to composite and propulsion technology advances. Due to Marlow Yachts’ much acclaimed and awarded proprietary construction materials and techniques, this new ME 53 boasts mechanical spaces equal to or larger than vessels ten feet longer. The effort of the Marlow engineers and designers make it possible, in some layouts, to see the forward VIP while seated in the enclosed rudder room fully aft. This utterly unique flow through traffic pattern is made possible by space age engineering that eclipse all other products of similar dimensions.

Marlow Yachts’ air frame design philosophy and technology allow the lowest overall height and the lowest center of gravity with greater head room than any similar offshore cruiser. This remarkable achievement pays tangible dividends in offshore weather or entrance to secluded anchorages.

his new Marlow Yacht follows standard procedures in fully practicing the underwater propulsion and providing arrow-straight tracking due to the NACA foil section Strut Keels® which are a Marlow exclusive. Following closely to the much acclaimed and highly successful ME 49, this new ME 53 is set to make waves around the world.

Specifications for ME 53E

Hull number one is everything Marlow Yachts promised and more. The proportions on the interior layout are perfect and the spaciousness in every area makes one question how it is possible in a yacht this size. Stepping in to the cockpit, there is a bench seat across the transom with a lovely teak grate seat and table. Neither are attached to the cockpit sole providing the additonal visual effect of a larger cockpit area in one that is already very large. The bench is supported by the transom and the curved table-leg attaches under the bench. A storage cabinet and auxillary helm are on the bulkhead wall. Stepping into the salon you find the signature Marlow Yachts touch on all surfaces. On starboard side there is workdesk with the TV inocuously placed over it diagonally across the corner allowing viewing from all seating areas. There is a long L-shaped settee on the starbaord side and a large settee between the bar in the port aft corner and a granite topped cabinet forward.

ME 53


The galley and dinette area in the pilothouse feature all the amenities needed for your gourmet pleasure. Two undercounter drawer refrigeration units, a Miele Speed oven with microwave function among the many cooking options, a Miele cooktop and lots of overhead storage cabinetry. The dinnette is horseshoe shaped with a dropleaf table allowing comfortable seating for conversation or dining. A teak cabinet unit on the port side has a wine cooler and a beverage refrigerator. On the starboard side is a compact yet fully capable helm.

Below is a light filled companionway featuring maple paneling and ultraleather wall coverings, leading to the VIP and Master staterooms, a very large guest head and an upper and lower berth tucked under the steps with our teak privacy curtain. The VIP has a queen bed with twin cedar lined hanging lockers and a private entry door to the head. This head has a full glass enclosed shower and a beautiful glass fronted locker for linens. Next to the Master stateroom behind beautifully finished maple cabinetry are the washer/dryer and a freezer.

The Master stateroom features an Olympic Queen bed midline with hanging lockers and bureaus of drawers hull-side. Wtih the additional storage drawers under the bed, there is enough space to pack for a very extended voyage! The master head, athwartship behind the bed, is artfully and precisely done to allow for a vanity and toilet area on each side connected by the shared shower. Remarkable in this size yacht.

The open flybridge has twin Stidd helm chairs facing the array of instruments and controls. A large L-shaped settee and table on starbaord side and a smaller settee on the port side provides seating for a large group that is quite comfortable. Aft of the settee is the hidden grill, sink and refrigerator/ice maker for outdoor entertaining.

The engine room is the captains pride! This hull has twin John Deere engines, two Northern Lights generators, a state of the art air conditioning system and still room to stand and walk around the pristine space. The engine room is accessed through a transom lift door and for access while at sea, a companionway from the master head shower. Brilliant!

ME 58 From Way Above

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ME 58 - Classic Flybridge & Command Bridge

The ME58 is a result of many long hours of drawings, mock ups and testing creating this evolution of one of our most popular yachts, the 57E. This all new design boasts substantial enhancements in performance and volume. Advanced engineering of this three stateroom yacht allows for a larger port side guest stateroom with private head. The additional crew quarters, larger lazeratte and increased engine room size all add to the comforts of cruising. The lazarette is significantly larger due to our newly designed radiused transom with a center stair access to the aft deck. This yacht is fully capable of extended ocean cruising but is easily managed by a couple. The large fiberglass fuel and stainless steel water capacities allow far ranging destinations and the unique and proven hull design guarantees comfort in less than ideal conditions should they arise.

The ME58 will astonish you with its internal volume. With a beam of 18'6" it provides the wonderfully spacious stand up engine room Explorers are noted for and commodious interior spaces from the saloon to the staterooms. There are three staterooms below, master, VIP, and port guest stateroom, all with full heads. The u-shaped galley is in the aft part of the raised pilothouse and features every convenience and appliance to make your galley duties a pleasure. The dinette is in the forward area of the pilothouse, with plenty of seating even with the lower helm if in a flybridge model. 

In Command Bridge models, there is no need for the lower helm so the dinette is especially comfortable and roomy and presents a lovely view through the pilothouse windows. Two steps down from the pilothouse aft is the saloon with built-in seating that doubles as storage with pneumatic lifting hinges, wet bar with storage, TV/Stereo cabinets and lovely teak coffee table.

The new ME 58E has additonal fuel capacity resulting in increased range and speed with the same engines as the ME 57. With the enlarged fuel capacity we added another layer of insulation for sound and temperature forward of the perfectly located fuel tanks that do not affect trim whether empty or full. It has duplicates for critical systems on board with backups to insure that your plans can carry on even with malfunction of items such as stabilizer pumps, steering and other key components. The use of increased technology in our Full Stack Infusion® process allows us to reduce weight despite the additional volume and capacities. The water tanks and holding tanks have been installed below the sole amidship for improved balance and greater capacity, providing additional form stability while doing so.


ME 58

The aft deck is an ideal place to gather for morning coffee or evening cocktails. It offers complete protection from the elements with an extended upper deck, while allowing a gorgeous view out to sea or harbor. Whether you prefer intimate seating for two or seating for a crowd, this comfortable and spacious aft deck will accomodate your needs. A single stair to the swim platform below provides easy access for swimming, fishing and dockside activities.

The proprietary and protected Strut Keels® are used to great success allowing propeller protection and down sea tracking that has the industries' experts raving. Like feathers on an arrow, these twin tails guide and stabilize the yacht making heavy downwind running a delight rather than a white knuckle experience.

Whether you plan to visit the Galapagos, Prince Edward Island, Bermuda or the Spice Islands of the Caribbean the new ME58 will take you there in comfort and safety carried in the hearts and hands of seamen who have been there before you.

58E Standard Specifications Download


Marlow Explorer 62E

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Marlow Explorer 62E

Introduced in February 2013, the Marlow Explorer 62E is the first of a new series whose innovations, quality, technology, seaworthiness and voyaging capability will set the new standards for the industry at large. The 62E features a beam of 19'6", approximately one foot of beam greater than the ever popular Marlow Explorer 61E, making every area of the vessel, both interior and exterior, larger. She has an additional 200+ gallons in fuel capacity and draws 4" less water due to the innovative design of engines placement and reduced shaft angle which have increased speed by 5% and fuel economy by approximately 10%, increasing her already industry leading performance and range. Simply put, no other similar yacht approaches these standards.

The layout below in the first of this series, features two very large staterooms each with its own luxurious head. The open companionway is bathed in light from overhead mirrored sunlights. The volume, comfort and conveniences rival yachts ten feet longer and the quality of the fit and finish of the joinery, woodworking and fabrics are rival to none. The world class quality found in this and all Marlow yachts compells, once again, our company motto - "Sometimes Words are Simply Inadequate".

ME 62 Offload in Savannah 62E CB Sunrise View

The transom and cockpit are a new design featuring a wide and easily navigated center staircase from the platform to the spacious aft deck. The single center staircase significantly increases the lazarette volume and allows two L-shaped settees on the aft deck each with its own table. More seating and table places, using less area, allows for more comfortable gatherings on the aft deck for you and your family and guests.

Virtual Tour of ME 62E


Marlow Yachts enjoy the highest rating available under CE Ocean Class yachts and also feature "unrestricted navigation" certificates issued by Bureau Veritas. This certificate is awarded after microscopic inspection and testing of our proprietary Full Stack Infusion© process that verifies no other technology equals this exciting breakthrough in strength or durability.

Specifications for ME 62E

Marlow Explorer 66E

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Marlow Explorer 66E

Since it was introduced, the Marlow Explorer 66E has captured the hearts of the new owners, owners in waiting and those with a wish list. In her continuing success, this remarkable yacht is turning heads with her sleek contoured lines and exciting new features and layout.

From the radar array to the strut keels, this new Marlow Explorer 66E has been designed with all of our hallmark features and has been loaded with enough new features to demand awe and praise from all who explore her.

Starting at the top, the large command bridge features twin helm chairs and a large settee with table, enabling all guests who join the captain on the bridge to relax in comfort. The upper aft deck has another settee and table, a gas BBQ grill and hidden day head. Even with the dinghy on deck, there is ample room for lounging. A built in stair leads to the lower aft deck for easy transit up and down

ME 66E


The newly designed cockpit features a radius transom with a center stairwell along with two built in corner settees with tables, greatly enhancing the social aspect of the aft deck when dining, enjoying cocktails and just hanging out. The wide stair down to the swim platform provides a safe passage and a great place to sit and watch the activities when at anchor. A beautifully hidden and articulate swim ladder provides easy egress from the water and the platform is a perfect landing for the dinghy and fishing. The contoured transom increases the stowage area in the lazarrette for tools, toys and equipment.

Upon entering the salon, you immediately feel the warmth and coziness while noticing the expansiveness of the room with its finely crafted furnishings. Immediately inside the door to both port and starboard, are the wine cooler, ice maker and wet-bar with intricate curved glass cabinets allowing easy access from both inside and the aft deck. There is a long curved built-in sofa on starboard side and two comfortable lounge chairs on the port. The hidden television is midship and there is a desk with a printer station in the forward part of the salon starboard side.

ME 66 Salon

Up three steps is the spacious pilothouse area with a large U-shaped galley forward. This granite domain is bathed in natural light and the chef enjoys a 360 degree view of activities within and outside of the yacht. Ammenities include SubZero drawer refreigerators and freezers, Dacor cooktop, Franke sink, Grohe fixtures and our many built in storage conveniences. A very large dinnette faces forward for dining and lounging with a view.

Lower Deck

The companionway to the lower deck leads to a sunlit foyer-type area. At the foot of the stairs is a hidden laundry station with a stacked washer and dryer with easy access. There is a cozy bunk for daytime lounging, an extra grand child or for folding laundry with a large storage cabinet for cleaning supplies or extra linens below. The VIP stateroom in the bow has an island queen sized bed with two upper bunks outboard. The ensuite head is ample and well appointed. The portside guest suite has twin bunks and a private head with full shower, cedar lined hanging lockers and ample drawer capacity.

The Master Suite

The master suite occupies the middle part of the yacht for least amount of motion and most comfort. As you enter through double arched doors the room opens into a spacious yet wonderfully cozy stateroom. The king bed is center with large bureaus and hanging lockers port and starboard. There are two complete his and hers heads with gleaming fixtures, frameless glass shower stalls and marble floors on eithr side of the entry forming a hall for separation even when the doors are open. The layout is brilliant.

ME 66 View

Specifications for ME 66

Marlow Explorer 70 MKII

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Marlow Explorer 70 MKII ♦ Command Bridge

Marlow Yachts appeared on the yachting world's radar with the ME 65, an introduction of our first model series ME65-ME70. This size range has remained extremely popular and had led the industry in fast offshore and very long distance cruising. This reimagined hallmark, the ME 70 MKII, was built using all the highly innovative technology we have developed and honed as leaders in the industry and was introduced in 2018 at the Ft Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Several special innovations are featured on the new ME 70. The enclosed Command Bridge houses our signature operations center with a full compliment of electronics, large screens and fingertip control of all functions from two pedestal chairs. There is a large L-shape settee and table providing comfortable seating for gathering or dining underway or moored. In additon, this model features a comfortable Captain's Cabin with a bunk, hanging locker and drawers for personal items, a desk and refreshment center equipped with a refrigerator and microwave. A full head with a large shower completes the layout of this spacious Command Bridge. A door opens aft on to an open upper deck which has refrigeration, a protected dining area, and a on-deck crane for the tender.



Inspiration, Imagination and Innovation

Innovation comes from continuously trying to create more living space by using high-tech building materials and advanced techniques to create more strength while reducing weight wherever possible. The gain in salon area by changing the engine room vents from horizontal to vertical was remarkable. Another seemingly small change that yielded remarkable results was installing the companionway to the lower staterooms on the port side. This keeps the flow of traffic out of the galley, is more efficient and created enough space to install a beautiful and functional galley island equipped with extra refrigeration and storage. 

The companionway to the lower deck brings you to a spacious landing where the washer and dryer are hidden in teak cabinetry yet easily accessible to owners and their family or guests. Just aft of the stairs is the midship master cabin, luxurious in comfort and materials with abundant storage and cedar-lined hanging lockers. The master head with double sinks and large shower is bright with a lot of storage cabinets. The VIP with ensuite head is forward in the bow area. It can accomodate two adults in the king sized bed with an upper bunk on each side for a child. Two more guest staterooms sharing a full head complete the layout.

Starboard Guest Sateroom 70 Master Stateroom 70 Master Bedroom
VIP Room Port Stateroom

Spotless Bilge Area Engine Room

A noted hallmark of Marlow Yachts is the level of finish in all spaces, not just the living areas. The engine room, mechanical spaces and lazarettes are all smooth and bright. In this model, the generators are housed in their own room with a custom lexan wall resulting in very quiet operation and ease of maintenance.

All of the wiring and hoses are neatly tracked, fastened and well labeled throughout the boat. Fuel sight guages mounted for easy viewing, fuel/water separators easily accessed, sea-chest water intake system with two inspection and cleanout ports and a Seakeeper gyro are just a few of the noteworthy features on this yacht.

Specifications for ME 70E MKII Press Release of ME 70 MKII
ME 70 MKII ME 70 MKII at Xiamen Port Ready to Ship.

Marlow Explorer 75

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Marlow Explorer 75 ♦ Command Bridge

This model was built for a cruising couple who wanted comfort, style and entertainment flexibility while on board. From the Command Bridge on down through this luxurious ship to the crew quarters and engine room, the qualities the new owners desired are brought to life in this new ME75.

The ME 75 feels like a superyacht and she is in all respects, except length, allowing for the owners to operate without a crew if they so desire.

ME 75 Specifications

Entry to the yacht's cockpit is made easy from docks high and low with side gates port and starboard, as well as two molded stairways providing access from the broad swim platform with its substantial N-rails for added safety. The large aft deck features a comfortable settee nearly encircling the area. The added curtains allow use of the space in all weather. Upon entering the salon, the feeling of quiet elegance reminiscent of old world yachting settles upon you. The long expanse of teak and holly floors with double ultra leather settees lead you to a beautiful and comfortable teak bar complete with custom bar stools. With the double salon bulkhead doors open, the entire space from the pilothouse galley to the aft deck becomes one large space, creating the indoor/outdoor continuity so popular today. As you look around the salon, it is obvious that no detail was overlooked in the design and execution of this yacht. The rich teak cabinetry and crown molding are finished to the highest standard and the signature routing design in the teak trim adds a special charm.

ME 75

The well thought out and equipped galley is in the pilothouse, up three steps from the salon. While it is a chef's delight functionally, it is housed in beautifully handcrafted cabinetry with granite countertops and high end appliances. The undercounter Miele DW and Sub-Zero drawer refrigeration eliminate the need for bulkhead wall space and opens the pilothouse to the salon visually. The entire fore part of the pilothouse under the arc of the windshield is a spacious dining area with a gorgeous view.

The command bridge is accessed from the pilothouse via a teak stairway. This is truly a command center! The dual helm chairs are the center of an array of instruments providing the captain control at his fingertips. The enormous enclosed bridge provides 360° visibility for the captain and the large dinette provides a comfortable place for guests to lounge and enjoy the cruise. When cruising in great weather, doors on the port and starboard side can be opened to bring in the great outdoors. Through the aft door of the CB is a large open deck area with a bar and seating. Equipped with a galley unit, you can grill and prepare a casual meal without leaving the command bridge. A day head adds to the convince and comfort of all aboard and there is ample room for your dinghy on the aft upper deck which is lowered and raised with an appropriate sized davit.

Marlow Explorer 75 - Command Bridge


The four staterooms, three of them en suite, are accessed from the pilothouse via a gracefully curved stairway to a companionway bright with light from an overhead skylight. The master suite is amidship and extends from beam to beam. A king size bed is centerline with a large head and walk in closet behind the bulkhead. A bank of hanging lockers, a settee and vanity provide ample storage and comfort in privacy.

The VIP stateroom in the bow features a king size bed and a large head with stall shower, a second master suite. Staterooms on the port and starboard sides will accommodate four guests or family members and all their belongings! A third full head is shared. As in all Marlow Explorers, there is copious storage, cedar lined hanging lockers and plenty of privacy.

The crew quarters is accessed via a stairway from the aft deck. It has a galley and a head with a full standing room shower stall. It is every bit as luxurious as the main staterooms, so in the case of an ower/operator situation the crew quarters can function as another guest suite.

We come finally to the engine room. Its glossy white gelcoat and gleaming polished stainless are impressive even to those who do not know a Cat from a Cummins! The immaculate chamber houses the big power plants, the generators, water makers and countless other necessities and still allow you complete access to all areas for inspection or service. Teak grates form the central floor over the bilge trace between the carbon fiber stringers with stainless steel engine mounts. Meticulous installation and beautiful labeling of all connections creates a space that makes work a pleasure. A built in workbench adds to the ease of the tasks at hand.

Marlow Explorer 80E

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Marlow Explorer 80E

Welcome aboard! The large aft deck is your point of entry where your life-style guides the options for outdoor living and entertaining. Hidden grills, settee's with a table or a chaise lounge can be built in for comfort and function while maintaining the beauty of the open space. Leaving the aft deck, entry into the saloon presents a long unobstructed view all the way into the pilothouse. The woodworking, as on all Marlow Explorers, is impeccable with grain matched veneers throughout achieved by the use of one single log to supply the veneers for the entire yacht. 

The immense expanse of saloon sole is a continuous run with no cross seams anywhere. With a minimum of ten coats of varnish, the interiors glow with a warmth that is luxurious and inviting. Regardless of the layout, there are features that are constant and consistent in all of our models - flawless joiner work, fully finished Formica lined storage areas, dovetailed drawers and high quality hardware. The built in sofa with storage and coffee table are on the port side facing two occaisonal chairs flanking their own coffee table on the starboard side. Additional features include a wine locker, entertainment center with wet bar and icemaker, TV cabinet with pneumatic lifts for invisible stowage and lovely bent wood signature overhead handrails.


Marlow Explorer 80E Profile

Three steps up to the pilothouse will bring you to the galley that is airy, well-equipped and inviting. There is a large expanse of granite or Corian counter space due to the under counter Sub-zero refrigeration, Fisher-Paykel dishwasher drawer, and smooth glass cooktop. While at work in the galley, one need not feel left out of the action since forward you can view out windows 360 degrees or aft, converse with guests in the saloon due to the open construction of the yacht. A forward settee nestled under the windshield can easily seat eight with a wonderful view out of the pilothouse windows. The helm in flybridge models, which can be centerline or not, faces a beautiful teak console with a full array of instruments, gauges and information panels. In Command Bridge models, the unneccessary lower helm opens the area for a large seating plan and galley.

A curved teak stairway leads to the accommodations deck where either three or four staterooms are found. The spacious master stateroom features a centerline king-sized bed flanked with twin night stands, a choice of bureaus, a mirrored vanity, cedar-lined hanging lockers or bookcases in any combination. The his and hers heads share a generous shower with optional tub. All bath hardware is Grohe Infinity, the sinks are china or optional onyx and the counters are in a choice of granite, marble or Corian.

The forward VIP has a king berth, vanity, flat screen TV and ample storage, plus a private head with sink, toilet and glass stall shower. The port side guest stateroom offers twin beds, a cedar-lined hanging locker and private head with stall shower. There is a starboard side stateroom features a bunk with a laundry center concealed under it, perfect for a grandchild to stow away in! The option for a walk-in pantry is also available.

The new layout and shape of the lazarette and Crew quarters provide large areas for storage of all your toys and gear; a workshop and bench; crew quarters that most 120' yachts would envy. There is a queen bunk, a u-shaped sette with a table, microwave, refrige and icemaker, TV and full stand-up head and shower.

Access to the pristine engine room is through a water tight door and once inside the engine room full stand-up head room allows for ease in engine maintenance.

Specifications for ME 80E
Marlow Explorer 80E Engine Room 80 Crew Bunk 80 Crew Dinnette

ME 80 With Command Bridge and Fly Bridge ME Explorer 80 Lazarette Workbench 80 Lazarette

Marlow Explorer 88

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Marlow Explorer 88

The number 88 in the Oriental culture is considered the luckiest of all numbers. The owners of the newest model in the Marlow Explorer line up, ME 88, are indeed lucky to have benefit of all that Marlow Yachts has learned of composite and mechanical engineering. This new model was introduced in late 2015.

This yacht is delivers speeds in the 30k range, exceeding the speeds of sport fishermen of similar size despite having 20% smaller engines. This lofty goal is made possible by extensive experience in the new 80' Marlows and continuing development work on underwater and superstructure drag reduction.

This new Marlow entrant to the fabled lineup of Marlow Yachts delivers family and friends fun, reliability, safety and comfort while surrounding her privileged guests, owners and crew with understated luxury intended to remain in style far into the future.

Specifications for ME 88E

 Marlow Voyager 76

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Marlow Voyager 76

Marlow Voyager 76 A New Star is on the Horizon – the Marlow Voyager 76LR and her soon to be announced sister ships in larger and smaller versions. Marlow Yachts has introduced a new series of yachts rendering today’s slow and heavy displacement cruisers obsolete in form, function, capability, internal volume and style. This new line with extreme range and capability will compliment the very successful Marlow Explorer lineup, though having slightly lower speed potential.

he Marlow Voyager has the ability to cross any ocean nonstop at speeds 30% greater than today’s advertised "ocean crossing vessels" and offers “Unrestricted Navigation” certificates provided by the top governing classification bodies today. This classification is rare and virtually none of the current crop of offshore cruisers has achieved that status. (Read more on Certifications and the governing agencies.)

Boasting nearly seven feet of headroom in her voluminous machinery spaces with an overall height of just over 18’6” to the top of the Command Bridge and a draft of just 5’ the new Voyager from Marlow is able to cruise inland through the Great Loop or non-stop from San Diego to Tahiti.

Specifications 76V

The command bridge has a two seat helm station with an easily accessible array of electronic navigation equipment and controls. A large, comfortable lounge and table easily accommodate friends and family with a refrigerator/icemaker, sink and storage cabinets for snacks underway. The day head, while convenient, is not obvious in its location. The upper deck is equipped with dual davits for lifting the two dinghys and can double as stabilizing mechanisms requiring no power.

Command Bridge

The main deck features a spacious saloon with curved glass front cabinets containing the audio equipment and wet bar; a hidden flat panel TV that can be raised for excellent viewing from any seat; a well appointed u-shaped galley with top of the line appliances; a spectacular master stateroom forward up three steps with a view of the stars at night and a vista of the sea by day; master head is of natural stone using onyx and granite for a stunning effect.

Main Deck


The lower deck features four staterooms, one with twin beds, one with upper and lower berths sharing a head, the VIP with a king bed and private head and a large second king master with private head. A galley area in the companionway allows guests to prepare coffee or a snack without going to the main deck. There is a large comfortable crew quarters with microwave, refrigerator/icemaker, table and lounge and full head. Aft of this is the "toy" storage area accessed by a large hydraulic door.

Lower Deck


Useable onboard volume is as much as 30% greater than today’s offshore cruisers yet overall height is typically 15-25% lower. This results in form stability that is unequaled. This radically improved form stability allows modest stabilization equipment to perform in a far superior manner to the overtaxed systems required to dampen heavy rolling so prevalent in today’s typical rounded bottom, slow displacement cruiser. At anchor, comfort is assured by the same enhanced form stability. For those rough Caribbean anchorages a proprietary and redundant passive stabilization system takes over and provides over 50% greater stability and resistance to rolling, without need for electrical or diesel power. The use of solar panels takes advantage of the suns power and reduces the overall generator use.

Yacht Design

Marlow Voyager 100


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Marlow Voyager 100

ICE is the newest Voyager Class yacht designed and constructed at our own facilities, joining the Voyager Class 76 introduced in 2010, and the largest Marlow Yacht to date. At 100'(34.5m) on deck, a waterline of 95'(30m) and a beam of just over 22'(6.8m), her ability to go to sea and stay at sea for extended passages is unmatched by any other similar vessel. She is superbly designed with redundant systems featuring hand built continuous duty engines with exceptional strength and mechanical art ensconced in dedicated mechanical rooms. 

Custom environmental systems take her and her passengers from the frozen Bering Sea to the warmth of Southern climes. Her heavy duty scantlings feature extensive use of both carbon fiber and Dupont Kevlar® in a ship like construction with our proprietary Full Stack Infusion®. ICE is one of the strongest hulls in the industry and with her five watertight compartments and big ship cupronickel piping, she will cruise in unmatched comfort and safety.

Whether you want to experience the pristine brillance of the Northwest Passage or the stark, rugged beauty rounding Cape Horn, the Marlow Voyager 100 will satisfy that fire for adventure in unparalelled comfort, style and safety.

The layout of this spectacular yacht provides four levels of operating and living spaces that superlatives cannot describe. The hallmark fit and finish found in all Marlow Yachts is again in evidence in this world cruiser with a number of innovative concepts designed especilly for rugged, long range passages.

The mechanical and electrical systems are segregated in system specific rooms for easy access and maintenance and to provide a machinery space with full head room and walk around ability. The large powerplants are housed in a glass walled room for visual access while dampening sound when in operation.

The electical system was created for use in most every location in the world. While highly complex, the execution of the design and expertise in installation allows for precise and troublefree operation.

The climate control system is fully custom built for the expected rigors of the wide ranging capability of the yacht, ensuring comfortable levels whether in the fridgid north or the equatorial regions of the world.

The crew quarters aft of the machinery space is a completely self contained living area with bunks, galley, head and stall shower and plenty of personal storage space.

Yacht Layout

Marlow Voyager 100 Shipping

The master cabin is accessed through a private entry off the dining area forward of the salon on the main deck level. It features a midship king sized bed, two large heads with a very large shower separating them, a full wall of hanging lockers and ample storage in fine cabinetry for personal belongings.

Three very large guest cabins, all with ensuite heads, are found forward of the master cabin. They all have large cedar lined hanging lockers and plenty of storage. Luxury and comfort are key.

From the back deck, the entry to the salon is through double doors to an expansive living area with an enourmous L-lounge with storage under the seats; a day head that is unobtrusive yet comfortable; a desk space; a large dining table and chairs surrounded by beautiful cabinetry provides seating for a crowd and room to store all the necessary items and provisions for cruising.

The galley and dinnette fill the pilothouse. Elegant, functional and comfortable, the galley has the appliances and storage for all the necessities for a large crew for long term cruising. Multiple refrigerators and freezers are artfully and conveniently placed for optimal use. The island in the center of the galley provides a huge work top while also providing safety underway preparing a meal or snack. Storage is almost limitless throughout with a a clever wine cellar/bulk goods storage area under the dinnette table that is useful items that are not to be immediately consumed. As on all Marlow Yachts, the appliances are tiop of the line in the gourmet world, beautiful and functional.

The companionways to the lower guest cabins as well as to the Command Bridge are on the port side creating a smooth traffic flow that bypass the galley. The Command Bridge features a complete and redundant set of instruments, controls, and monitors for the ship's operation arrayed in logical banks for optimal access and safety. The captain quarters is found aft of a corner dinnette and features a double bunk and ample personal effects storage. Access to the aft upper deck is through a short passage between the captains quarters and the full head with stall shower opposite of it. A clever use of glass walls provides 360 degree visibility for the captain and all others in the command bridge. An outdoor settee, dinghy and davit complete the command bridge level.

One level up is an open flybridge for cruising in fine weather and looking out for the next adventure!