The ME 65C introduced Marlow Explorer Yachts to the world in 2001. It has been, and continues to be, a very popular model. Because of our superior architecture eliminating the need for interior bulkheads, we can satisfy the layout needs of all of our owners. This yacht has a spacious saloon with wet bar and entertainment center and either a dining room or library at deck level. Up two steps to the pilothouse, you will find a gourmet galley with top of the line appliances, a lower helm station with a full array of instruments and a plush dinette capable of seating a crowd or embracing two for an intimate dinner. The three staterooms all enjoy deluxe heads with granite or Corian counters, china sinks, Grohe Infinity fixtures, Lexan shower doors and mirrored ceilings. There is quite a bit of latitude in how these are configured. The owners have the option of entering their master stateroom through the forward companionway or through a private entry through the library. In the master stateroom you will find a king-sized bed, ample cedar-lined hanging locker space, twin night stands, a variety of drawers and storage lockers, creative lighting, and a sunken area aft for a unique office space, vanity or laundry area. The VIP has a queen-sized bed and the guest stateroom has upper and lower bunks with a hanging locker and drawers under the beds. A very comfortable crew quarters is found below the aft deck with twin bunks and full head. This can be fitted with a small refrigerator and microwave for convenience. Both the covered aft deck and flybridge are large and suitable for gracious entertaining with a built in grill and additional refrigerator/icemaker.
The 65C can explore much farther due to the increased fuel capacity and the lighter weight. A unique fuel-delivery system on the 65C employs a single valve to direct all fuel distribution, significantly increasing efficiency. The exhaust system has been modified for extremely quiet operation by counteracting the higher sound levels created by the revolutionary turbo engines. Farther and quieter! In the engine room, several significant changes have enhanced this 65C. A sophisticated air intake system eradicates moisture and salt limiting damage from these insidious elements. A system of mounting the engines on stainless steel mounts running across the tops of the fore and aft stringers has resulted in decreased vibration while spreading the weight load of the engines over a greater area of the yacht.