October 17, 2013

Project: Marlow 58E Explorer

Marlow show the project for the 58E Explorer successor to one of its most popular models, the well loved and accepted 57. Building on that heritage and taking full advantage of our proprietary Full Stack Infusion methods developed at Marlow Yachts the company says the new 58E should bring value added improvements in performance, internal and external volume while keeping the distinctive and well recognized style the US company China build yachts are known for.  The new 58 features a full beam master stateroom similar to the 57 with added volume for the port side guest stateroom, one of three sumptuous cabins. Careful engineering has resulted in a 40% gain in fuel capacity compared to 57-1. Enhanced engine room volume, lazarette and crew quarters make cruising a delight, allowing greater range and more options as to the destination. With a waterline length of almost 55’ her ride is superior to other vessels of similar overall length with significantly longer range at ocean crossing speeds.  58-1 also features the semi enclosed bridge introduced in 2010 on the 70 series and provides significantly improved weather protection for the incredibly spacious and luxuriously appointed flying bridge, without increasing bridge clearance required.  The aft deck on the new 58 has grown significantly and features a most civilized stairwell to the boat deck above, providing easy transit with cocktails and Hors d oeuvres or in offshore conditions. The new radius transom is stylish and increases lazarette storage volume by approximately 30% again versus the 57.