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Introduced by Carver Yachts in 2003, the Marquis 59 became the Marquis 600 in 2009 when Marquis became a separate brand. The Italian styling of the Marquis 59 was a sharp contrast from Carvers traditional emphasis on conservative, American-bred styling. Riding on a conventional modified-V hull with cored hullsides and a solid fiberglass bottom, the Marquis lavish accommodations rival many European yachts in comfort and luxury. The split-level salon stretches unbroken from the sliding entryway doors to the pilothouse windshield. Ultraleather settees and cherry cabinets highlight the aft salon while the galley and dinette are forward, on the pilothouse level. A lower helm is optional, and the full-service galleys boasts solid granite counters and Sub-Zero refrigeration. On the lower level, the master stateroom is aft and includes a king bed as well as two big hanging lockers. An island berth is fitted in the VIP bow stateroom, and over/under bunks are in the tiny port guest cabin. A curved staircase in the cockpit leads to the huge flybridge with lounge seating, wet bar, and davit. A hydraulic swim platform was optional. MAN 825hp V-drive diesels cruise in the mid 20-knot range.