The 2014 Marlow 70E QUARRY is in great condition, with a recently painted hull and well-maintained bright work, giving her the appearance of a newer yacht. With an LOA of 79\' 3\", she offers 3 guest staterooms with en-suite heads, spacious crew quarters, and the superior craftsmanship Marlow is renowned for. This yacht has been meticulously cared for by the current owner and is equipped with nearly every amenity desired by discerning yachtsmen.
QUARRY has classic Marlow lines, with a beautiful flag blue hull painted in 2021, this vessel is a very sought-after yacht with her ideal size and speed. The main deck features walk-around teak decks, a Portuguese bridge with built-in seating, and a generous aft deck. The aft deck features a large teak table with bench seating and chairs that comfortably accommodate 6 people. The aft deck also features an extended hard top along with protective wing doors to keep the wind and water out while underway. The QUARRY features frameless windows, high bulwarks, safe walkways around the yacht, an anchor windlass with two anchors with 150 ft. of chain on the Danforth, and 300 ft. of chain on the Bruce, port, and starboard power cords, fresh and saltwater wash down connections, and many more features make QUARRY a very well equipped yacht.
Entering the salon from the aft deck through the double doors you will find on the port side a built-in sofa and large armchair and custom liquor cabinet. On the starboard side, you have a wet bar with a Subzero beverage center, ice maker, wine cooler, and custom-lighted cabinet beneath. Just forward is a built-in sofa and a built-in desk with a chair. This entire area is adorned with a teak and holly sole.
Moving forward on the port side of the salon you will find the steps up to the pilothouse and galley. The galley is along the starboard side it has a large granite counter space with solid teak wood cabinets above and below, with full-size appliances. On the port side just aft of the helm station is a comfortable dinette with seating for 5 people.
The pilothouse drive station is elevated from the main deck and is positioned all the way forward and on the vessel\'s centerline, to starboard are both the stairs leading down to the staterooms and the starboard pilothouse door. The 120/240-volt AC electrical system, the 12/24-volt DC panels, and the navigation/communications systems are also in this area. On the combing above the helm station is the status panel, including the navigation and electronic circuit breakers, the tank tender, fire suppression system monitor, inverter controls, stabilizer controls, emergency panel warning lights, and all the pump and navigation light switches.
Down the curved stairway from the pilot house, you will find the 3 guest cabins. The full beam Owner stateroom is aft, it features a center line king size bed, and offers twin separate heads with a joined centerline shower, featuring Grohe fixtures and granite sink tops. The stateroom is flanked with drawers, cedar-lined hanging lockers, and a built-in love seat.
Forward is the V berth VIP stateroom featuring a queen size island bed, en-suite head, and shower with Grohe fixtures and granite sink tops. The stateroom is flanked by large storage drawers and cedar-lined hanging lockers.
The 3rd guest stateroom has side-by-side twin berths with a large nightstand between, an en-suite head with a separate shower with Grohe fixtures, and granite sink tops. The stateroom is flanked by a cedar-lined hanging locker and drawer storage under the beds.
The crew cabin is located all the way aft and can be accessed via the transom door or from a hatch on the aft deck.
The engine room is located just forward of the crew quarters via a watertight door with a viewing window. The engine room has 6ft headroom and is designed and finished in such a way that you immediately notice the clean and bright finish due to the gel coat that was sprayed during the build process to keep the floors smooth and as stain free as possible. The twin engines are soft-mounted with carbon fiber motor mounts, reducing the weight of the boat. The QUARRY also features a commercial-grade sea chest system utilizing (2) sea chests which are located both port and starboard of the engines providing sea water for every piece of equipment that utilizes seawater.
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