Marlow Explorer 62E Awarded AIM Editors Choice Award

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Marlow Yachts Limited, Inc. is pleased to announce that it was awarded the 2014 AIM Editors Choice Awards for the Marlow Explorer 62E in the 60-69’ Long Range Cruiser category. The AIM Marine Group magazines include Power and Motoryacht, Sail, Soundings, Yachts International, PassageMaker, and Soundings Trade Only.

Photo: Marlow-Norsemen Crew at Xiamen Port Marlow Explorers 49E – 58E – 62E – 80E

This award was presented and accepted by David Marlow, Chairman, and Michael Cannova, President of Marlow Yachts at the Tranquilo Hotel on October 31 during the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show. “It is truly an honour to be presented with this award for our boatbuilding achievement” said David.

The AIM judges wrote, “It is this attention to detail and the underlying philosophy of continuous incremental refinement that explains why Marlow yachts stay competitive for so long: The 62E is engineered without compromise.”

 Marlow Explorers are built at an environmentally green factory in Xiamen, China. As each vessel is completed at the factory, she undergoes rigorous quality controls to assure all performance, seaworthiness, and value is to the highest Marlow standards. Each vessel is manned by top factory personnel and sea trialed over 100 miles on the China Sea to the Xiamen Port. The capable team stays with the yacht to monitor the load and stow on the mother ship to ensure a safe travel to the USA.

Recently, factory personnel were on hand at the Xiamen Port to oversee four Marlow Explorers waiting to be loaded on the transport ship and journey to the USA where the Marlow team will offload and prepare these vessels for the Miami International Boat Show on February 12. As you can see by the photo, the Marlow China staff take great pride in being their absolute best from start to finish.


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