March 7, 2011

New Model: Marlow 76LR Voyager

Marlow's 76LR Voyager has been a talked about project since before making her official debut in 2010, representing an evolution of this company way of doing explorer yachts. The 76LR Voyager has been the talk since it was introduced due to the challenge which came from company chairman David Marlow. Interestingly according to the specifications this four double cabins, two and half deck explorer yacht delivers speeds unheard in this style of yacht. The 76LR Explorer also features high quality solar panels on top of the raised pilothouse delivering energy on board in a clean way. Power is twin Cats 776hp engines with ZF pods which give a top speed of 19 knots to the bulbous shaped 76 LR Explorer hull. Range which is always a keen topic is a max of 3900 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 25.17 m (82.7ft)
Length - 24.05 m
Waterline Length - 23.17 m
Beam - 6.32 m
Draft - 1.52 m
Displacement - 52163 kg
Fuel Capacity - 17029 l
Water Capacity - 1513 + 378 l
Accommodation - 8 berths in 4 cabins, 2 crew cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C15 776hp
Propulsion - ZF aft looking dual prop pod drives
Speed - 19 knots max, 16 knots cruise, 10 knots economic
Range - 2100 nm at 16 knots, 3900 at 10 knots
Construction - Vacuum infusion with Kevlar, Carbon, S-Glass and Vinilester resins
Certification - NMMA CE A
www.marlowexplorer.com