Specifications

Name: 57 Explorer
Length: 57
Hull Type: Semi-Disp.
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 1,500 gals.
Model Years: 2003—2012
Draft: 4'11"
Beam: 18'2"
Water Capacity: 310 gals.
Waste Capacity: 120 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Marlow 57 Explorer is a spacious and elegant pilothouse yacht designed for long range cruising in comfort and security. That description can be applied to many high-end motoryachts; what sets the Marlow apart, however, is her exceptional finish and unique twin strut keels. Built on a Kevlar-reinforced fully cored hull, the three-stateroom interior of the Marlow 57 features an opulent full-beam master suite, VIP cabin forward, and a portside guest stateroom that can be configured as an office. The aft crew quarters are very large for a yacht this size. Forward of the salon, the U-shaped galley—with granite counters, Sub-Zero refrigeration, etc.—and curved dinette are on the pilothouse level. The overhead grabrails in the salon are a nice touch. The engine room, with over six feet of headroom, is accessed from the aft deck. A Portuguese bridge wraps around the wheelhouse for added security. Note the reverse stern with protected swim platform. Additional features include teak decks (including the flybridge), teak and holly flooring throughout, washer/dryer, and prop pockets. Cruise at 16–18 knots with 575hp Cat diesels. A Command Bridge model (enclosed flybridge) was also available.