Designed by David Marlow, famed builder of luxury oceangoing yachts, the Marlow 37 is a unique yacht specifically designed for the cruising couple. With a real-world range of 686 nm at 7.5 knots (or 313 nm at 16 knots) the Marlow 37 is blue water capable and ideal for cruising the Intracoastal Waterway or the Great Loop. The large cockpit and reversing transom create an ideal setup for swimming, kayaking, or paddle boarding when anchored.
This one-owner boat has been shed kept since new and shows like it. Sho comes with two staterooms, two heads, dark blue topsides, Garmin electronics, bow & stern thrusters, three zone reverse cycle AC, a single 320 hp Yanmar engine, and 7.5kw generator. Come check this turn-key boat out. You won’t be disappointed.
The interior of the Marlow 37 features two sleeping cabins, two heads, a Cherry finish interior, Brazilian cherry hardwood planked flooring, Cedar-lined hanging lockers, LED interior lighting, two TV displays, and all opening deck hatches come with sunshades and screens. The boat also has three zone AC.
Forward is the master cabin with a centerline queen berth. Port and starboard hanging lockers with lots of drawer storage under the berth. Bulkhead mounted TV and large opening hatch with sunshade and screen.
Large guest cabin to starboard with large hanging locker and opening port lights.
The vessel comes with two separate heads, one accessed from the master cabin forward, the second services the guest cabin and also acts as a day head when underway. Both have electric toilets, large countertops with stainless steel sinks, teak floor grates, and shower curtains.
The galley is located to port, opposite the guest cabin and comes equipped with a two burner electric cooktop, a combination microwave and convection oven, and large front loading Isotherm refrigerator, freezer, and ice makers. There is also a wine cooler in the main salon.
The main salon features port and starboard settees with a movable dining table and extra seating. There is a retractable TV behind the starboard settee and a liquor locker forward to port adjacent to the galley. Easy access to the engine room is under the floor of the main salon via two large opening hatches.
The vessel's helm station is to starboard at the front of the main salon. The location provides excellent visibility while underway and easy access to all of the boats electronics and navigation equipment. Two large helm seats to allow two people to operate the boat in comfort and style.
Electric stove – 2 burner
Stainless steel sink
YANMAR 8LV: 320 hp (235 kw) engine with 623 hours.
7.5 kw generator (313 hours)
Batteries – 3 house/engine start, 2 electronics/thrusters
Three zone AC
Electric bilge pumps with auto switch (3)
Electrical distribution panel
Xantrex Inverter; 3000 watts/battery charger
Water and holding tank monitors
50-foot, 50 amp shore power cord
Fire extinguishing system; engine room
Fresh water cooling on engine
High water bilge alarm
Hot and cold pressurized water
Seacocks on underwater T-hull fittings
Trim tabs with indicator
Welded aluminum fuel tanks
X-Change-R® oil change system
Cleats; folding – bow, stern and spring
Courtesy lights; cockpit and upper salon
Dockside water connection
Fiberglass anchor pulpit with roller
High density rub rail
Mast; electronics/anchor light
Open glass door
Opening aft windows (3)
Two windshield covers (outside snap-on blue sunblock and mesh sunscreen)
Swim platform with teak decking
Transom door; power fold-down
Windshield wipers (3)