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Marlow Marine Sales, Inc.
Dutch is a beautiful example of a bristol condition Marlow Explorer that most yachtsmen would think was a new vessel. She has been impeccably maintained and was upgraded and outfitted with the best available equipment when she was built. With upgraded C-18 CATs and a full hydraulic package she is built for the cruising couple that wants to travel extensively. She can cruise 20+ knots all day or do 1500 miles nonstop at 8 knots.
Rather than choosing to build a traditional 3-stateroom boat, this owner opted to build 2 extra large staterooms with a bunk over the laundry area. This essentially gives you two master staterooms each with its own large head and a berth for a 3rd guest plus crew. The master stateroom is as you’d expect: palatial in size, with his-and-her heads separated by a shower, plus four hanging lockers, and a bureau with large liveaboard drawers. Using the full 18-foot beam, the stateroom includes a settee so the owners can have their own sanctuary. The VIP cabin forward has been greatly enlarged to provide a second master suite with an oversized head and shower. The crew’s quarters is also finished to the same level as the guest areas, which can be used as another stateroom or storage area. It has two comfortable single bunks plus a private head with a shower. The crew cabin has a separate entrance from the cockpit. The salon is warm and inviting, with large windows and meticulous joiner work everywhere. There is a desk built into the forward corner complete with a file drawer, so one can work with a view, if necessary, while cruising.
Warranty Certification Platinum Engine Only valid thru 4/3/2022 or 1500 hrs
Aftercoolers Replacement Apr-2017
Barnacle System on seawater chests Apr-2017
Exhaust Risers/Spray Rings/ Feb-2020
New Heat Turbo Blankets Feb-2020
Seatorque Oil Change Feb-2020
Seatorque Seal Change Feb-2020
Sea Strainers on all raw water connections May-2021
All new silicone hoses May-2021
Prop Tuning Feb-2020
Trim Tabs Selenoids and service Feb-2020
Hull Detail/wax/Structure May-2021
Complete bottom job CuCote Teal 3434 May-2021
Air Handlers all of them Apr-2017
Raw Water Pump Apr-2017
New MarineAir Water Chillers Titanium Oct-2019
New 8D Batteries Jun-2019
New Battery Chargers MasterVolt Jun-2019
New LED lights Feb-2018
Add more AC 115V outlets Feb-2020
STB Engine Batteries 2 Oct-2021
Two Generator batteries Dec-2021
Full Service Summer 2018
Hydraulic Stabilizer oil change Jul-2018
System Upgrade Hardware Sep-2017
Remote Joystick System Sep-2017 Wireless Joystick
New Sub-Zero Fridge Salon Sep-2019
New Crew Quarter Fridge Feb-2019
New FLIR Camera Oct-2017
Bose System in Salon Feb-2018
Service Toilets and Vacuum Generators 4 units
Put-in new rebuild kits Mar-2020
Hunter 110V Pump Oct-2017
UV Water Treatment Oct-2017
Life Raft Certification Mar-2020
3M UV Film on all windows May-2017
Engine 8 per engine Sept-2021
This 61E MK2 has beautiful lines and is equipped with Twin Disc Quick shift transmissions with trolling valves make for easy maneuvering. This is augmented by an Italian-made Xenta VMA Plus joystick that neatly merges the conventional prop system with hydraulic Side-Power bow and stern thrusters to give this Marlow Explorer pod-like dockside maneuverability. The matching joysticks on the bridge and in a foldout cockpit docking station and an additional remote joystick gives complete and easy operational flexibility. This system has the “Skyhook” feature that will hold the boat in a position. It’s perfect for short-handed or couple cruising.
As you step into the cockpit you will find a nice bench seat with a good size teak table that can be set up with free standing chairs to provide seating for 4-6 people comfortably. Upon entering the salon and you will find a large built in seating area to starboard and two comfortable recliner chairs to port. The forward wall features a large TV and Bose Surround Sound System. There is a Subzero refrigerator and sink in the salon as well.
Ascending 3 steps to the pilothouse you have a galley aft, and a helm station and seating area forward. The galley is well laid out and has excellent storage. The feature of having the galley up will make the cook much more comfortable at sea as this is an area of least movement and excellent visibility. The galley has everything you need for an extended time on board and offers plentiful counter space for preparation.
From the forward starboard side of the pilothouse there are stairs that will take you to the lower deck. As you descend to the lower deck you find a semi-enclosed stateroom with a large cabinet beneath that houses the washer and dryer.
Aft is the full beam master stateroom with his and her heads. This is a stateroom that you would normally find on a much larger yacht. It features a full king size bed, an abundance of drawer and hanging locker space and is also full beam with port lights in each side making the room feel very open. The port lights are equipped with Shoji Screens for privacy and light diffusion.
Forward is the VIP stateroom with a full Queen size berth and a very large head. Any VIP guest will feel at home with this second master stateroom and private head.
From the aft deck you can descend to the cockpit stairs where you will find a crew cabin; of which, any family member can comfortably enjoy as personal quarters. This cabin is fully finished like the rest of the yacht and air conditioned. Additionally, this room has its own head, shower, TV, closet, beverage refrigerator and microwave.
From the aft deck or the inside stairs to the port of the galley you can ascend to the flybridge. The flybridge features two Stidd helm chairs and a full helm control station. There is also an L settee with a large table. There is additional seating to port next to the Subzero refrigerator, sink, and electric grill.
The cockpit has a nice built-in seat with a teak cockpit table. There is seating for 6 if you add 3 deck chairs to the forward side of the table. There are wing doors at the forward end of the cockpit, that when closed, shield the aft deck from wind and spray on inclement days. The side decks are wide and have high bulwarks and stainless-steel safety rails allowing those that are helping tie the dock lines full safe and secure. At the forward starboard side of the cockpit there is a flush door that provides access to a slide out control station. This station has a set of Glendinning engine controls, Sidepower thruster controls and a Xenta Joystick that fully integrates these functions together making docking very simple.
At the forward end of the pilothouse the Portuguese bridge provides the working deck shelter from the wind and seas. There is a very large storage compartment for fenders, lines, or deck equipment. The forward center doors provide access to the foredeck where you find the twin anchors, hydraulic Maxwell windlass, fresh and salt water wash down, and port and starboard 50 A Glendinning Cablemaster shore power cords.
The 1500 gallons fuel tank and water tanks can be filled from either side of the yacht.
The boat deck has a 13' Boston Whaler dinghy and a 1,000 lbs Aritex davit with Full hydraulic positioning and rotation- telescoping making launching her safe and easy.
The swim platform is accessed via port and starboard cockpit stairs. The swim platform also has a folding swim ladder making getting in and out of the water very easy. On the sides of the swim platform small doors house the port and starboard 50 A stern Glendinning cablemasters, fresh and salt water wash down faucets, oil change system discharge, and hot and cold fresh water hand held shower. The swim platform is secured by removable stainless-steel staples. The stainless steel cleats are oversized and recessed so you do not snag your foot on them.
When you enter the salon from the aft deck you feel the spaciousness of the vessel's 18'2" beam with the salon and galley to the forward windows. The tinted windows and Ocean Air Silhouette blinds allow for just the right amount of light to enter the room. The aft salon entrance is through a pair of large doors that can open fully to connect the aft deck space with the salon. This door has Ocean Air Silhouette blind as well to provide privacy when needed. The large settee to starboard is upholstered in Ultraleather with two leather reclining chairs to port. On the starboard side, forward of the settee, you will find a desk built into the forward corner equipped with ample storage, complete with a file drawer, so one can work with a view, if necessary, while cruising. The overhead teak valance on the starboard side has slots that diffuse the air-conditioning through the room.
Teak and holly floors
40” Samsung TV (forward wall)
Bose audio system
Samsung Blue ray player
The pilothouse is up three steps from the salon and includes the lower helm station, dinette and galley. There are port and starboard exterior doors, a staircase forward that descends to the staterooms and a
staircase on the port side aft ascends to the flybridge. The galley is very well equipped with top-of-the-line appliances and plenty of storage for provisions and housewares. The Galley is outfitted with 2 SubZero refrigerator drawers, 2 freezer drawers, a Dacor glass top 4 burner stove, a Sharp convection microwave, Franke stainless steel sink with Grohe Faucet. There is plenty of storage for equipment and dry goods for extended voyaging. With this galley up any cook will be more comfortable underway with the ability to see forward. It is a great asset for owner operator to prepare any meal and pilot the boat at the same time in offshore conditions. Cruising couples should love this space. The lower helm is a comfortable area, complete with Stidd helm chair for the captain, that is next to a gorgeous adjustable teak dinette table. The Ultra leather covered settee has large storage under and is perfect seating for guests or copilot.
The lower helm station includes:
Two Garmin 7215 displays
Twin Disk Quick Shift engine Controls
Xenta joystick with "Skyhook" vessel position hold function
Wireless fully functional Xenta joystick
Side Power bow and stern thruster controls with hold function
Flir night vision camera control
Simrad AP28 Autopilot control
2 Garmin VHF radios
Indicator lights for bilges, navigation lights, high exhaust temperature, and generator run lights.
Outback 3000 Watts inverter controls panel
As you come down the stairs from the pilothouse you land in the companion way. Forward is access to the VIP stateroom and aft are the doors to the master stateroom. On the starboard side of the companionway you will find a semi-enclosed stateroom with large cabinet that houses a full size washer and dryer behind beautiful teak louvered doors. There is a beautiful small teak cabinet in the companionway as well. This area also provides access to the lighted pump room and fully painted utility storage, where you easily can store guest luggage.
The master stateroom is a very elegant space. You walk in through the double teak doors where you will find the king size bed with a Tempur- Pedic mattress, two oversized drawers, symmetrical nightstands, mirrors, custom reading lamps, bookcase, build-in TV and ample storage drawers and hanging lockers. There is a settee to port with storage underneath and a generous chest of drawers to starboard. The his and her heads are located on either side of the master bed. The twin heads with their own sinks and storage are separated by a large shared shower on the center line that can be accessed from either side. Shoiji screens provide additional privacy and defuse the lights.
You enter the VIP from the companionway via solid teak doors. The bed is elevated providing room for queen size berth. There are cedar hanging lockers, storage drawers, and a built in "night stand" surface on either side of the berth. One of the best features of this yacht's layout is the large private head for the VIP stateroom with extensive storage area underneath the sink and inside the shower.
The crew cabin is very self sufficient with a full head and shower, twin bunks, microwave, refrigerator, TV, and a separate AC unit. The crew cabin is entered from a cockpit stairway on the aft deck so the crew can come and go without entering the salon for easy and safe access to the engine room underway.
The engine room is well lit and air conditioned. The bilges are finished white and have removable teak grates in the center bilge area. The Caterpillar C-18 Engines are on stainless mounts that are set on Carbon fiber engine beds to save weight. The TwinDisk Quick Shift transmissions are connected to the Sea Torque oil filled shaft system. Stainless Steel piping has replaced conventional hose where ever possible. Each engine and generator has its own pair of Racore Marine Turbine Series Fuel Filter/Water Separator fuel filters. The crossed connected sea chest's seacocks are connected to individual strainers for easy cleaning and additional debris protection. There are 2 intake and 2 exhaust fans to cool down the space after running. The two AC chillers with titanium coils are outboard of the starboard engine. The fuel tank is forward separating and insulating the engine room from the living space forward. The fuel tank has an industrial quality glass sight tube with bronze shut off fittings. The water maker is outboard of the Port engine. Two Onan 17kW generators are outboard and fully accessible. This 61E has been thoughtfully equipped with everything from a Charles Industries Iso-Boost transformer to an ultra- reliable 900-gallon-per-day Aqua Matic watermaker from Sea Recovery, and well-equipped workbench in the engine room, providing the perfect place for onboard tinkering.
The fly bridge is finished in beautiful oyster white Gel coat with 2 tone nonskid decking. There are twin Stidd helm chairs at the helm and aft you find a comfortable L settee and a nice table. On the port side there is a grill, sink, and drink refrigerator.
Aft of the seating area and bar you find the 1,000 lbs Aritex full hydraulic Davit and the 13' Boston Whaler tender with Mercury 40 HP 4 stroke outboard. This is also where liferaft and EPIBR are located. The outboard of afterdeck is secured by removable stainless-steel staples.
At the helm you have:
Garmin 7215 displays
Twin Disk Quick Shift engine Controls
Xenta Joystick with "Skyhook" vessel position hold function
Side Power bow and stern thruster controls with hold function
Flir nightvision camera control
Simrad AP28 Autopilot control
2 Garmin VHF radios
Indicator lights for bilges, navigation lights, high exhaust temperature, and generator run lights
CAT engine displays
Trim Tab Control
Twin Garmin 16” displays at each helm
Garmin XHD 6KW radar with a 6’ array
Garmin Sounder module with 1K transducer
XM Satellite weather and radio Flir M324 night vision camera
KVH HD7 Satallite TV
Cameras for the engine room, boat deck looking aft, and cockpit looking aft
The yacht features two 50A cablemasters at the bow and the stern. You can use both cables from the bow or stern or you can use one from the bow and one from the stern. The yacht features a 3000 Watt inverter/charger. The inverter runs the 110V house fresh water pump, all the refrigerators and freezers, microwave, and all the 110V outlets.
The shore power is connected to a Charles Iso Boost charger that will filter the incoming AC power and it will raise low voltage dock power when required.
The Yacht is equipped with a full hydraulic system with a Hydraulic pump on each engine that power the 30 HP bow and stern thrusters and the stabilizers. The upgraded Twin Disk transmissions with trolling valve function allows the system to run above idle speed for more hydraulic power without increasing the prop speed. In addition to the conventional engine and thruster controls the yacht has a Xenta Joystick at each of the 3 helm control stations. The joystick allows you to move the boat in any direction you indicate, and it automatically engages the transmissions and thrusters to move the vessel. The Joystick also has a “skyhook” feature that will hold the vessels position indefinitely.
Twin Caterpillar C18 1015HP engines (1300 hrs.)
Twin 17kW Onan generator in custom sound shields (stb:917 hrs., port:1086 hrs.)
Water maker Outback inverter and charger
Bow Thruster and Stern Thruster
Backlit electrical Panels
Carbon Monoxide detectors in all berthing spaces
Soft Motor Mounts
Two Cross-Connected Sea Chest Sea Water Intakes with cleanouts
All sea chest seacocks equipped with strainers
FRP Fuel Tank (1500 gallons) with sump and cleanout
Fuel Manifold and proprietary Sight Gauge
Dual Racer fuel filters with pressure gauges for each engine and generator
Fire Suppressant System
Engine Room Lead/Foam Sound and Heat Insulation System
High Volume Engine Room Blowers
Oil change system
Common Drainage System from Bow to Stern collects deck drain, scupper, and sump discharges
Dometic chilled water system with 2 new chillers
Any personal items and the Direct TV receivers (settop box) are excluded from the sale.
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.
The vessel's name, "Dutch," shall not convey with the sale.