When David Marlow acquired the rights to Mainship last August, it was big news in the yachting world, and it’s no surprise why. Marlow is known for building exceptionally well put together boats, and Mainship is an iconic brand that was in need of a little tender loving care. The match seemed made in heaven.
The product of this union—the Marlow Mainship 32—will soon be unveiled at the Miami International Boat Show. The boat, which features classic lines and a whole heap of cruising amenities, should be quite a hit. The upper saloon has seating for six, while a galley situated down below is fully accoutered with a refrigerator, two-burner electric stove, corian countertops, and a convection oven/microwave, all standard. A berth with a 6 foot 5 inch length ensures sweet dreams.
The 32 will be running twin Yanmars, which is an exciting evolution, since in the past Mainships of this size typically have been single screws. The boat also features Velocijet technology, which means she will have a hydrodynamically efficient, fiberglass construct around the propshaft that both protects the shaft and aids in efficiency. It’s that kind of design acumen that has people eager to see what else Marlow brings to the table with this yacht. So far, indications are that this little ship could be well worth all the excitement.
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