Marlow Yachts are built in David Marlow’s state of the art, four year-old, 25-acre Norsemen facility in Tainan, Taiwan, which holds every yacht title in manufacturing, including Lloyds Certification Ocean Class Category One classification; LRQA, ABS, ISO9001, DNV, NMMA, and AFYC. All models feature strict yacht architectural criteria, using Marlow’s “Strut Keel” technology, a design which employs twin keels at the stern, in addition to a shallow single centered keel.
Marlow Yachts consist of only three major vacuum bagged, fiberglass components – Kevlar reinforced – and are used to mold each hull, promoting safety by eliminating extra joints and potential leaks. The engineered Velocijet Strut Keel technology involves tunnels, which accelerate and shape the propeller thrust to significantly lower drag. This innovation allows Marlow Yachts – while performing in top shape offshore – to also sport a draft of less than 5’, which means they are able to cruise shallower inshore waters not favorable to many other large yachts.