Price adjustment two boat owner! Beautiful 57 command bridge Marlow. Known for their high build quality and attention to detail the Marlow line of yachts is the epitome of a coastal cruiser. Gayle Warning is a stunning Flag Blue, 3 stateroom, command bridge motoryacht, she is powered by a pair of Lugger Diesels providing economy with a turn of speed if needed. She has powerful bow and stern thrusters, twin gensets, heat/AC, watermaker, full electronics. Gayle Warning is a true turn key boat that is boat house kept. Boathouse is available for lease to the new buyers
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Gayle Warning is an exceptional motor yacht providing comfort and cruising capability you will only find in much larger yachts. Her enclosed bridge, twin generators, and heavy duty Lugger engines will take you to out of the way places in comfort and style. She has a 1,300 mile range at just over 9 knots and will cruise at 17 knots when you want to get there fast.
Her satin cherry interior is warm and inviting. The joinery work throughout the yacht is exceptional as is the hardware and fixtures. The exterior Varnish has just been done and the owner had custom rail covers fitted so it will be protected when you are not using the yacht.
She has a fully enclosed Command Bridge eliminating the need for a lower helm and allowing the creation of a Galley that will make any cook feel right at home. The Granite countertops are right by the windows looking forward. The dining area seats 6 comfortably and is just a few steps aft of the galley.
The salon is very comfortable offering built in seating on the starboard side with generous storage under the cushions and two free standing chairs on the port side. The large LCD TV is forward for easy viewing from any of the salon seat. As you come in the salon one of the first things you notice is that you can see right through to the dining area and galley giving you a very spacious open feeling. Her composite construction makes her an exceptionally quite yacht underway or in a busy marina. The salon also has a Bose surround sound system that is perfect for music or watching movies and a large flat screen TV on the forward cabinet. The floors are beautiful Teak and holly and the walls are satin finished Cherry. The large L-shaped settee is done in Chianti Ultraleather that is beautifully tufted. Under the salon seats there is a well hidden string of 110V lighting that provides perfect accent lighting. In addition there is 24V Italian and Cabin Danmark lighting and valance lighting.
The U-shaped galley is located in the forward part of the pilothouse. The black granite countertops are under the forward pilothouse windows and wrap around to the port side to the pilothouse door. A Dacor cook top with beautiful SS pot holders is installed in the port side countertop. Directly under the cook top is a Sharp Convection Microwave oven. All the cabinets are done in light cherry with a satin finish. The galley is equipped with Sub-zero refrigeration and freezer drawers. The Fisher and Paykel drawer dishwasher is right next to the Franke double sink. The sink is equipped with a Grohe faucet and a separate drinking water faucet that provides water from the double filtered separate drinking water supply. The galley opens into the dining area to make the area feel very open. The dining table is done in solid cherry as are the 6 custom built cherry chairs. Along the aft bulkhead and starboard side there is a buffet counter finished in matching black Granite. Under the counters are custom storage cabinets with solid cherry door frames with beveled glass inserts. Some of the Cabinets have been designed with clear lexan inserts to hold the china in place while at sea. All the cabinets have lights and there is a well-concealed rope light underneath that is perfect as an accent light or night light.
Morse electronic engine controls and Glendinning synchronizer complete the helm. Two chart drawers and a navigation area are to starboard of the helm console. Ventilation is provided by two large opening Manship hatches with screens and the aft door can be opened. On hot or cold days the area is kept comfortable by the reverse cycle Marine Air system. This area has its own controller and the chilled water compressors are mounted in the engine room to keep things quiet. Behind the helm seat there is an L shaped settee and large cherry table that has been elevated several inches to provide an excellent view while seated.
The master stateroom is amidships full width, making it very light and roomy with teak and holly sole throughout. Gayle Warning has an island queen berth with eight large drawers under the berth. The walls and cabinetry are all satin finished cherry. There are two cedar lined hanging lockers and several lockers with shelving along the starboard side. The forward bulkhead has two sets of louvered doors that open to provide access to the full size Asko washer and separate dryer. The forward port corner of the stateroom has a full length beveled dressing mirror. The 17" LCD TV is easily viewed from the bed. There is beautiful cherry nightstand on each side of the bed with 3 large dovetailed drawers mounted on ball bearing slides. A swing arm lamp is mounted just outside the headboard on each side to provide perfect light for reading. A beautiful curved solid cherry valance over the headboard of the bed has small halogen lights on a dimmer. The slots in the top of valance diffuse the air-conditioning and send it out into the middle of the room, keeping cool drafts off the bed. There are 5 opening port lights with screens. When you want privacy, drapes can be closed to cover the port lights. The ensuite head is very spacious with vanity, light colored granite counters, under-mounted china sink bowl, Grohe faucet, several drawers and cabinets with shelves for storage of toiletries. A large linen closet over the head allows storage for several sets of towels and bed linens. The shower area has a large teak-framed Lexan door and the shower sides are finished in high gloss gelcoat trimmed in cherry. There is a nice cabinet in the shower area to store toiletries. The upgraded Vacu-Flush Magnum Opus toilet has a switch that prevents the unit from cycling at night. The tank tender is next to the head allowing you to see the state of the holding tank at a glance.
VIP Stateroom, Forward Port
The VIP stateroom forward has a centerline queen island berth with six large drawers under the berth. All the cabinetry is satin finished cherry. Each hull side is finished with overhead lockers with louvered cherry doors and a cedar lined hanging locker. There is 15" flat screen TV that is mounted in a custom cherry frame. This stateroom has a telephone, CD stereo and above berth reading lights. Two Manship screened overhead hatches provide light and fresh air. There is a full head with separate stall shower accessible from the stateroom or the companionway to allow use as a day head. The Lexan shower door is a beautiful curved shape framed in solid cherry to make the best use of the space. Outboard of the shower is a large linen locker. Both the head and the shower have exhaust fans vented outside the vessel. The sink is an undermounted china bowl on a light granite top finished with cherry fiddles.
Port Guest Stateroom and Office
The second guest stateroom is on the port side of the vessel at the base of the stairs from the Pilothouse. This stateroom provides two comfortable bunks and a cedar with hanging locker. There is a 15" flat screen TV on the aft bulkhead viewable from the berths and a CD radio. This stateroom doubles as an office with a nice desk that is designed to securely store a laptop with easily accessible power and phone line. There is a hanging file drawer and several bookshelves and storage drawers.
The electrical system is set up so you can run on the inverter for most of a day and certainly all night so there is no need to run the generator if you do not need AC or heat. Electrical bonding system
Her new Awl grip Flag Blue hull has recently been buffed and waxed and the bottom has recently been painted. The wide side decks and Portuguese bridge will keep everyone aboard safely aboard and secure when handling lines. On the foredeck you will find large stainless anchors and a heavy duty Maxwell windless. There are twin 50A shore power cords at the bow and stern. The lowering transom allows you to easily launch the dinghy. Having the dinghy here frees up the outdoor space behind the command bridge providing a great living space. The fuel fills are up off the deck on either side of the house and you can fill her 1200 gallon tanks from either side.
On deck you can see that the teak planks do not have bung holes hiding screws, because there are no screws they are epoxied in place. You can tell that the deck is molded as one piece because there are no seams from the transom to the bow, including Portuguese bridge. The windshields and side windows are tinted and laminated with a layer of 3M Hurricane shield to a total thickness of 11mm, twice what most builders use in vessels below 100'
If you are not familiar with Lugger engines, they are the diesel engine side of a Northern Lights generator. These engines are the work horses of commercial vessels all over the world including many fishing vessels in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. They are slower turning than thier Caterpillar, or MAN competitors and are relatively simple motors. This is the perfect choice for the owner operator who prefers to do some of the maintenance himself. You don’t need a laptop and special software to work on these motors! The engine room is spotless, The Northern lights generators are in sound shields making them very quiet.
You can get to everything quickly and safely with 6'2" head room. The area is well lit with 110V and 24V lighting. There are 110V and 24V blowers to cool the space down after a run and the area is air-conditioned so maintenance can be done in comfort. There is a large mirror on each side of the engine room, angled perfectly, so you can inspect the outboard side of the engine without going outboard. Each diesel engine has duel Racor filters. The fuel system is very simple with 2 large tanks that are usually set up as one (1200 gallons total) with the crossover open. The engine beds are very heavy polished stainless steel and secure the engine vibration isolation mounts to the hull stringers and run all the way past the transmissions to accept the thrust load of the Aquadrive units. The dripless shaft seals have a crossover tube that supplies water from both engines so you can safely run on one engine. There are two 20KW Northern Lights Generators in custom clear Lexan sound shields. Just forward of the engines in the center of the room is a Sea chest with removable clear cleaning port. Each of the engines, generators, air-conditioning, washdown and all the other components of the yacht that require salt water have their own shut-off valve on the sea chest. One hull opening for all sea water needs provides great safety. The 700 HP Lugger engines are connected to the underwater exhaust system via high temperature silicone hose to further isolate noise and vibration.