This is Hull No. 1 of Marlow’s new 66 model. This light green-hulled yacht—aptly named Sea Foam—is a command-bridge yacht with plenty of space for relaxing on long cruises. Moving the helm to the upper deck, where guests can also lounge on a comfortable L-shaped bench seat, opens up the main deck for several design options. One layout combines the dining area and galley in the bow where the space is flooded with light from large forward windows. The open galley leads to the salon, which opens onto a cockpit perfect for entertaining. On the lower deck, either three or four cabins can be arranged, with the master stateroom aft. A variety of woods (including camphor, maple, ebony and bamboo), helps create a warm and inviting interior. Like a true explorer, this Marlow has a range of more than 3,000 miles at nine knots, but just in case you need to get somewhere in a hurry, the engines can propel the yacht to a speed of 28 knots.
Also on display will be Hull No. 1 of the 62E, as well as new hulls of the 97E and the 57E lines.
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Location: Sea Isle Marine – Biscayne Bay – Pier 1
LOA: 66ft. 11in.
Beam: 19ft. 6in.
Draft: 4ft. 11in.
Range: 3,000 miles @ 9 knots
Max. Speed: 28 knots