|Yacht Name:||Taste & Sea|
Immaculate Marlow 70E 2014 TASTE & SEA II - This spectacular vessel has just come out of the yard, having completed a hull repaint, a bottom paint and a full service on all her equipment.
Gleaming presentation, sparkling varnish, solid construction, immaculate maintenance by both owner and professional captain, 3 staterooms with en-suite, large quarters for crew team, rich old-world finish and charm, with every amenity for the discriminating owner, all in a vessel that turns heads wherever she goes!
Cared for by a professional Captain, this vessel will impress the most discriminating yachtsman.
Complete with all of the standard equipment expected of a high-quality vessel, she comes in top condition.
She is available only with great reluctance as current owners need larger vessel for growing extended family!
Available to be seen in South Florida.
|Water Tank Capacity:||500 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||2000 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||150 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||2|
|Engine Hours:||1100 Hours|
With classic Marlow lines, and a freshly painted beautiful flag blue hull, this vessel represents a very sought-after yacht.
The teak decks, large teak table with bench seating/chairs that comfortably fit 6, the extended hard top, protective wing doors to keep dry and secure while underway, together with such details as no window frames, built-in bow seating, 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 hose bibs. TV and phone connections, and much more, put her in a class of her own.
A more complete tour includes going forward on port side of the salon with the steps into the pilothouse and a galley set up with large counter space, state of the art refrigeration, full size oven / cooktop and all required appliances, all located just aft of a helm station with comfortable dinette.
Down the curved stairway to the staterooms, with the VIP with a queen size bed, in-suite head and shower, aft and to port is the 3rd guest stateroom, with an en-suite head and separate shower offers side by side bunks as comfortable for adults as children.
The lavish Master stateroom aft is full beam width, with a king size bed on center line, and offers twin separate heads with a central shower, rows of drawers crafted with the finest cedar lined closets.
additional highlights include:
The flybridge is accessed either from the pilot house or by the cockpit stairway aft.
A large beautiful spacious deck that invites you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the moment. There is seating for up to 10 people, refrigerator, sink, Wolf grill, and generous space for storage.
The flybridge section is fully enclosed and includes air conditioning.
Entering the salon from the cockpit your attention is captured by the vast amount of space in this area. This beautifully handcrafted teak and holly sole shine. Look forward, (2) comfortable settees both port and starboard, and a customized coffee table. Aft on the Port side you find a large comfortable chair and across is a bar with Sub Zero beverage center, ice maker, subzero wine cooler, 36" sink, and beautiful lighted glass cabinet. Liquor cabinet is located port side in the salon with a slide out bottle rack. Forward on starboard also sits a lovely teak desk for writing or working on the computer.
Up three steps from the salon is the state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen! The very large granite countertop provides ample area to serve dinner with family and friends. Custom solid teak wood cabinets and dovetailed drawers provide large amounts of storage in the galley. For convenience and safety, just to port of the galley, are stairs up to the flybridge, the port pilothouse door, and the electrical panel.
The pilothouse and the galley are the heart of this vessel. The lower station is elevated from the main deck and is far enough forward to give good vision when underway. To port is a comfortable dinette with seating for up to five people. Forward is the helm station and 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 located in this area. Above the helm station is the all-systems status panel, including the 12 and 24-volt navigation and electronic circuit breakers, the tank tender, fire buoy system indicator, inverter controls, stabilizer controls, emergency panel warning lights, and all the pump and navigation lights switches.
Moving down from the pilothouse is the companionway to the three staterooms, which all have en-suite heads and showers. The exquisite master stateroom has been upgraded to have the king size berth on the centerline fore and aft with 2 heads one on each side, lying aft. This layout provides you with the full 18' beam along with his and her private heads.
The VIP stateroom, located in the bow of the boat, has a queen size island bed and cedar-lined hanging closets on both sides. Under the bed are six drawers that are lined with Formica. The en-suite head with separate stall shower is made of the finest materials, Grohe fixtures and granite sink tops, and a VacuFlush toilet.
The guest stateroom has side by side single beds with a large nightstand, and en-suite head with a separate shower. The 15-inch flat screen TV with built-in DVD player provides entertainment for your guests. A neat cedar-lined closet has room for hanging clothes and under the bed drawers provide more storage.
Entry to the engine room is from the crew quarters via watertight door with window. Upon entering, you immediately notice the head room of more than 6 feet making it the favorite for captains and owners who prefer great comfort and easy access. This is a white engine room, and it is spotless due to the gelcoat that has been sprayed during the build process to keep the floors smooth and stain free as possible so spills/drips will easily wipe away. The twin engines are soft mounted with carbon fiber motor mounts, reducing the weight of the boat. The commercial grade sea chest system utilizes (2) sea chests which are located both port and starboard of the engines providing sea water for every piece of equipment that utilizes sea water.