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2008 Marlow Explorer 70E

2008 Marlow Explorer 70E


Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Year 2008

Make Marlow Explorer

Model 70E

Category Powerboats

Length 70'

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2008 Marlow Explorer 70E Caterpillar C-15 AcertsBow & Stern ThrustersCustom Free Standing Salon FurnitureNewest 70 Available!

2003 Marlow Explorer 65C

2003 Marlow Explorer 65C


Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Year 2003

Make Marlow

Model Explorer 65C

Category Motor Yachts

Length 65'

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2003 Marlow Explorer 65C PRELIMINARY LISTING!65' Marlow Motor Yacht HARBOR LADY II is a very special Marlow with spaces similar to a 70E Marlow with Euro transom. Swim platform access from a floating dock is better on the 65C model like Harbor Lady II. The boat deck on Harbor Lady II has been extended over the aft deck seating creating a larger veranda above with full railings used for entertaining, yet chocks can still be fitted and a dinghy installed as desired.Aesthetically the roof extension lines up well with the traditional non raked transom and looks like the boat was originally built that way.On the main deck Harbor Lady II has a large pilothouse with dining settee and open galley and doors on each side to walkaround side decks and stairs to the flybridge and forward steps to the guest staterooms.Aft of the pilothouse is the main salon with large windows, comfortable "built in" seating, and a private staircase to the master stateroom.Below deck is a Queen bed V.I.P. stateroom forward with ensuite head and shower. On the portside there is a crisscross stateroom with two single beds with ensuite head and shower, all the way aft is a spacious master stateroom. Aft of the stateroom area, separated by hull to deck fuel tanks is the engine room and crew quarters.Marlow are very solidly built yachts with large molds for component parts providing a very solid feel underway. Marlow also utilize a velocijet keel/tunnel system that improves propeller protection and provides shallow draft. The Marlow hull is semi displacement and preforms very economically between 8 and 12 knots. She can also outrun bad weather at close to 20 knots when needed and loves deep water swells.