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Marlow 61E MK 2

Photography by Robert Holland

Make yourself at home in the full-beam master, which has plenty of stowage and his-and-hers heads separated by a shower stall

Photography by Robert Holland

The U-shaped galley makes for easier and safer meal preparation while underway.

Photography by Robert Holland

The saloon is bathed in natural light, and has a desk built into the forward corner

Photography by Robert Holland

Cruise in comfort on the 61's flying bridge thanks to the well-designed upper helm, a good forward line of sight, tender stowage, twin Stidd pedestal chairs, and the L-shaped settee.

Photography by Robert Holland

Cruise in comfort on the 61's flying bridge thanks to the well-designed upper helm, a good forward line of sight, tender stowage, twin Stidd pedestal chairs, and the L-shaped settee.

Photography by Robert Holland

Cruise in comfort on the 61's flying bridge thanks to the well-designed upper helm, a good forward line of sight, tender stowage, twin Stidd pedestal chairs, and the L-shaped settee.

Photography by Robert Holland

Take command at the lower helm, which features top-notch electronics and great sightlines.

Photography by Robert Holland

A high rail means a safe bow.

This article originally appeared in the October 2012 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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