This Marlow is in wonderful condition and SERIOUSLY FOR SALE!
This 2004 Marlow Explorer has been cared for and updated to the highest standard! She is meticulously maintained.
As you approach the vessel your eyes will be drawn to the new beautiful blue hull paint, glossy topsides, shining bright-work, and the clean teak decking. Once you enter the vessel you will find it difficult to believe that you are not on a new yacht. You will also notice that the interior is very tastefully decorated. The interior boasts Custom wood blinds, Custom valances, Custom lighting, Exotic granite countertops throughout, and newly upholstered dining chairs. The woodwork is beautiful and in excellent condition, including the solid Teak & Holly flooring which has a mirror like finish. As you tour the rest of the interior you will see that every room in the boat shows like new and every compartment is clean. The boat is also loaded with electronic upgrades including audio-video as well as navigation equipment.
The engine room is where many yachts start to fall out of grace with discerning buyers, not on Rubicon! The engine room has been maintained to the highest standards.
RUBICON burns 10 GPH at 8 Knots for outstanding range, or she can be run at 22 Knots to get you where you need to go in a hurry.
This is a three stateroom boat with crew quarters.
(Naiad Stabilizers) Recent services: (Completed in April/May 2012) Blue Alwcraft hull paint. Fresh bottom paint. Cutlass bearings. Balanced props. Prop shafts balanced. Refinished bright-work with Albrite. New PSS shaft seals. New main engine sea-cock ball valves. New non skid on hardtop & pilot house brow. Compound and wax. Complete detail inside and out. Total fluid change on mains and generator. (Completed 08/2013) New wet exhaust cans for both engines .
Recent upgrades: (Completed in April 2011) Four new flat-screen TVs. Four satellite receivers. Denon receiver with multi zones. KVH HD7 Tracvision. Four Logitech remotes that control all A/V. Blue-ray with WIFI in main salon. DVD player in master.. Fleet 55 Sat phone w/data, original. Canton surround sound in main salon. VEI marine computer upgrades. Three new KEP computer screens for the VEI on-board computer. Four 12in. Furuno 3D Navnet screens. Total of four GPS receivers. Furuno depth finder. Furuno fish finder. Satellite weather, not connected. AIS system. Two Furuno seventy two mile radars. Color CCTV Camera monitoring system. Custom bedding in master.
This vessel is turn key and ready to impress all who board.
With over 15 years of yacht sales experience, Alex has built a solid reputation among other brokers, service providers, and clients alike. His work ethics are simple. Work hard and always do whats right.
Please contact Alex Rowe, CPYB at 941.376.2208
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 80 ft 5 in
Beam: 20 ft 4 in
LWL: 72 ft 3 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 96000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 25 ft 0 in
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 4
Cockpit speakers - 8
Plotter - Furuno 3D x 4
TV set - Six flat screens
Autopilot - Navpilot 500 w/3 heads.
GPS - Furuno
Compass - Danforths x 2
DVD player - 1 Blueray & 1 DVD
Repeater(s) - Furuno
Wind speed and direction - Standard Horizon WS-150
Computer - VEI with KEP screens, and Nobeltec Trident software.
VHF - Icom-M602 x 2
Depthsounder - Furuno
Radar - Furuno 72 mile x 2
Stern thruster - Sidepower electric.
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker - Village Marine.
Dishwasher - Miele.
Oven - Dacor.
Washing machine - Asko + Asko dryer.
Hot water - 1x30 + 1x20 gallons.
Air conditioning - Marine Air chillers, 5 ton,4 ton,8 air handlers.
Sea water pump
Microwave oven - Sharp Convection.
Refrigerator - Sub zero x 2
Battery charger - Newmar x 2.
Bow thruster - Sidepower electric.
Electric bilge pump
Electric head - Vacuflush.
Deep freezer - Sub Zero x 2.
Generator - Northern Lights 25KW x 2, with 1570 hours.
Inverter - Trace, 4000 watt.
Shore power inlet - 50 Amp, 2 bow, 2 stern.
There is truly not another yacht built that duplicates what Marlow has accomplished with the creation of the Marlow Explorer. There may be a few with a similar look, but that is where the comparisons end. The biggest difference is that a Marlow Yacht can be run at a comfortable 8 knot cruise for long range cruising, or she can get up and run 22 knots all day long, if your heart desires. The next accomplishment is that you will enjoy the ride at either speed. The quality that goes into building a Marlow Yacht is second to none. Everywhere you look you will be pleased and often amazed at the effort taken to build these fine vessels.
Here are just a few bullet points on the Marlow difference:
* Variable cruise speed. * Kevlar composite construction. * Only three major molds used, thus creating a stronger vessel that is also less likely to have leaks. * Vacuum bagging, which creates a stronger yet lighter hull. * Velocijet Strut Keels which increase performance, allow a shallower draft, and protect props. * Sea Chest, all raw water pickups are made at one point, making less holes in the bottom of the vessel and easier servicing of strainers. * The built in fiberglass fuel tank is located between the engine room and the master stateroom creating a very effective sound barrier for the cabin area. * Segregated stainless steel water tanks, not plastic or aluminum. * The drinking water system is separate from the main tank and has a filtration system. * All electrical connections used are screw type, no butt-connectors. * All electrical wires are labeled at every junction. * Beautiful Burmese Teak or Cherry wood used throughout the interior. * Drawers are dovetailed. * The Teak & Holly flooring is solid wood, not laminate.
There is just too much to list that makes the Marlow the right choice for anyone looking at this style of vessel, this just covers the highlights. Call to set up an appointment to see RUBICON, you will not be disappointed!
Owners personal effects, artwork, and china.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.