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  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
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  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC
  • Marex 370 ACC

Gebrauchtboot, Motoryacht

Marex 370 ACC

  • EUR 299.000,-inkl. MwSt.
  • NettaSchiffsname
  • 2011Baujahr
  • 11,37 m x 3,50 mLänge x Breite
  • 1,10 mTiefgang
  • 6.500 kgVerdrängung
  • Kunststoff GFKMaterial
  • 2 KabinenAnz. Kabinen
  • 6 KojenAnz. Kojen
  • 1x Volvo D6-435 435hpMotor
  • DieselTreibstoff
  • 650 lBrennstofftank
  • 772 hMotorstunden

Standort

Finnland » Palkane


Bemerkungen

2011 Marex 370 ACC, EUR 299.000,-

Extremely rare to the market. A 2011 high-spec example of the award-winning Norwegian aft cabin motor cruiser from Marex. Fitted with the larger 435hp Volvo diesel, she offers class-leading performance, fuel economy and seakeeping. A very special boat at a very realistic price.

FURTHER BROKER'S COMMENTS:

NETTA is a 2011 example of the aft-cabin shaft-driven planing motoryacht from Norwegian boat-builders Marex Yachts.

With just two owners since new, with her present ownership since 2014, NETTA has led a very sheltered 'Scandinavian life', used only inland waters from mid-June to mid-August of year each and stored ashore in a heated hall between times. With low hours on her Volvo D6 435hp diesel engine, she has covered just 92 hours since an engine overhaul in 2020.

Her specification highlights include:-
Volvo D6-435 435hp providing 30 knot performance potential
Sleipner bow and stern thrusters with remote control handset to aid singlehanded mooring
Bow and stern anchor windlasses with polished stainless steel anchors
Bronze gelcoat topsides
Teak laid side decks, cockpit and bathing platform
Aft cabin arrangement providing interior accommodation with two large double cabins, the aft cabin benefitting from and double and single berth
Manual retractable bimini above main saloon area
Full cockpit canopies for aft deck and sunpad areas
Raymarine instruments with radar/chart plotter and AIS
Aft camera system to assist with mooring
Holding tank
Electric heads
Eberspacher heating throughout
CD/Radio with speakers in saloon/cockpit area
LCD TV
Fridge and separate freezer
Gas hob, oven and grill
Teak interior joinery
Alcantara upholstery
Corian countertops

MAGAZINE REVIEWS:

"Motor Boat and Yachting recently braved the icy but beautiful weather in Norway to hop onboard
the new Marex 370...

...In a world awash with hyperbole, you're probably fed up hearing the words unique, ground-breaking, and extraordinary...

...If the great and the good, and the 'green', currently assembled in Copenhagen could only get their
hands on the Marex 370, chances are they would feel more kindly disposed towards the burning of fossil fuels in the pursuit of pure pleasure. Why? Because the Marex 370, an outwardly conventional shaft-drive boat, is so astonishingly fuel efficient that it not only blows away every other similar shaft-drive boat we've tested, it actually outperforms many of the slippery, supposedly efficient sterndrive sportscruisers we've tested.

The Marex 370 also turned out to be an extraordinarily versatile boat, capable of fulfilling so many roles: intrepid offshore explorer, secure family cruiser, and low speed inland waterways rubbernecker. And thanks to its unique aft cabin, centre cockpit, enclosed hardtop configuration, it also stacks up very well as an uncommonly private weekender."

Motor Boat & Yachting - January 2010

MANUFACTURER'S BACKGROUND:

Almost four decades has passed since the first Marex Boat was launched. During this time Marex has remained a family company, slowly becoming one of the biggest and most solid Norwegian boat manufactures in a very volatile business. This has been achieved through excellent leadership and a consistent investment in advanced boat building technology.

Marex Boats is known all over Europe for its quality and stability and has a continuous evolution of its boats. Decades of producing and testing boats has given results. Marex has a reputation for unique craftsmanship and excellent marine engineering at competitive prices. The Company is proud of having customers coming back for their fourth and fifth Marex.

Marex was founded by Eyvin Aalrud in 1973. The name was taken from the two Latin words MARE - REX, which means " KING OF THE SEA" The Marex tradition continues today, through Eyvind Aalrud' sons Espen and Thomas Aalrud.

Marex Boats manufacture complete luxury boats up to 11 meters, and our product range consist today of 7 models from 21 to 37 feet. Our two factory facilities are located in Arendal, Norway with the Manager Stian Wesøy and in Kaunas Lithuania with the Manager Saulius Pajarskas. The total production area is approx 13,000 square meters. We employ approx 80 dedicated people and had in 2007 net sales of 100 million NOK. The boats are mainly exported to a network of dealers in Europe. We are delivering to a market with a very quality-demanding group of customers. Marex Boats exhibition program now consists of 17 boat exhibitions in 10 different countries.

A customer satisfaction survey conducted by Europe's largest Boat magazine, the German Magazine Boote, asked close to 2 300 experienced boat owners to rank boat manufactures according to excellent in a number of important areas. Marex was ranked at the very top with regards to quality, finish, high second hand value and reliability. The survey concluded that Marex boats feature first class craftsmanship, attractive design, excellent seaworthiness and practical solutions for the boat owner.

Marex Boats has won many prestiges's award for its boats, including Norwegian design Award, two times winner of Best Boat Award at Oslo International Boat show, European Motorboat of the year 2010, Highly Commended Award 2010.



SPECIFICATION
CONSTRUCTION:

RCD Status:
Our understanding is the yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised 'B'

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
The GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Hull is finished in white with bronze sides
Teak laid decking throughout
Raised bulwark - teak capped
Stainless steel rubbing strake
Topsides polished annually

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
1 x Volvo Penta D6 435 IE 435hp 6-cylinder turbocharged 4-stroke diesel engine.
Closed-circulation fresh water engine cooling via saltwater intake and heat exchanger.
Volvo EDC electronic throttle controls
Vetus exhaust alarm system

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine hours: approx. 92 hours after refurbishment
Last date of engine service: Spring 2022
Cruising speed: approx 24 knots @ 3,000rpm
Maximum speed: approx 30 knots @ 3,600rpm
Fuel consumption - 15-20lph at cruising speeds of 17-24 knots

Steering and Propulsion:
Bronze p-bracket shaft support strut with rubber cutlass bearing.
Stainless steel propeller shaft.
4-blade bronze propeller.
Cast bronze rudder.
Seatorque CS hydraulic steering system.
Sleipner Sidepower bow and stern thrusters with controls at helm and further remote control handset
Volvo Penta Boat Trim system with LED trim indication

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shore power

Battery Banks:
1x 12vDC engine start battery
5x 12vDC service batteries
2x 12vDC bowthruster batteries
Battery monitoring system

Charging:
3x Victron Battery chargers

Alternators:
Volvo Penta Alternators

Shore Power:
220vAC shore power connection

Other Electrical:
220vAC sockets throughout interior

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
Water is pressurised by Vetus 12vDC high-pressure pump system
Hot & cold freshwater pressurised water supply to head, shower, galley and bathing platform shower.
60 litre calorifier driven by engine or via 220v immersion heater element.

Bilge Pumps:
2x 12vDC electric automatic bilges pumps with manual overrides and alarms at DC panel
Manual bilge pump

TANKAGE

Fuel:
650 litres fuel tank capacity

Fresh Water:
300 litres water tank capacity

Holding Tanks:
180 litres in 1x blackwater holding tank discharging to sea of via deck outlet

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
Raymarine E140W radar chart plotter display
Speed, depth and fish-finder transducers
Integrated stern colour camera displaying to NX45
Raymarine digital radar scanner
Raymarine AIS
Compass

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
ENO 3 burner stainless steel hob with electric ignition
ENO stainless steel gas oven & grill
Isotherm stainless steel 130 litre front opening refrigerator with ice box
12vDC 35 litre freezer box
Sink with thermostatic hot & cold mixer tap

Heads:
12vDC Jabsco electric heads
Sink with hot & cold water supply
Dedicated shower compartments throughout with thermostatic hot & cold pressurised shower

Heating & Ventilation:
Eberspacher D4 4000w Aitronic diesel-fired hot air cabin heating system with 5 outlets

Lighting:
Dimmer for all lights in saloon and cabins
Night LED lights at galley

Entertainment:
Pioneer CD/Radio with Sony speakers
LCD TV
Glomex digital TV antenna/amplifier

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
6 berths in two cabins plus saloon.

Accommodation Finish:
High quality varnished teak joinery throughout.
Teak & holly soleboards in accommodation cabin
Teak laid flooring in saloon area in main saloon & dining area.
Ash & holly marine laminate floors in galley & utility room.
Black speckled Corian worktops in galley and countertops in heads compartments.
Beige Alcantara upholstery in saloon and on sunbathing cushions
Beige Alcantara headlinings and forward cabin hull linings
Beige cloth upholstery on bunk berths
Cherry coffee & dining tables with black-veined Argentinean hardwood tops.

Description of Accommodation from Forward:
Forward master cabin with island double berth. Lockers above and outboard and stowage beneath berth.
Aft of master cabin is a heads compartment to starboard and a dedicated shower compartment to port.
Aft of heads & shower compartment is a single berth located beneath the steps.
Steps lead up to the upper saloon area with a large u-shaped seating area to port with a folding solid teak table and two centreline stools allowing easy seating for 8 people or more.
The saloon area has a retractable top to allow open-air relaxation in good weather.
To starboard is the helm station with adjustable height steering wheel.
Linear galley aft.
To the aft of the galley area are steps down to the aft cabin which features a double berth to port and a single berth to starboard. Stowage in various lockers and hanging lockers.
Above the aft cabin is a large sunbathing space accessible from the saloon area.

DECK EQUIPMENT

General:
Stainless steel open-front pulpit
Stainless steel fixed guardrails running aft to deckhouse
Recessed space on forward cabin top for sunbathing cushions
Stainless steel framed windscreen with triple windscreen wipers, washers and demisters
Retractable saloon roof
Radar/antenna arch at aft end of main superstructure
Large bathing platform area with teak bench (with stowage lockers beneath).
Stainless steel bathing ladder
Custom-made bow-ladder
Hot & cold pressurised shower at bathing platform
LED deck lights

Anchoring & Mooring:
12vDC Engbo electric anchor windlass bow & stern with control at helm station and hand-held remote control
30kgs polished stainless steel bow anchor with leaded rope
Secondary stern anchor
Warps & fenders

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Beige canvas retractable top for superstructure
Beige canvas aft cockpit area tent enclosure creating completely dry upper saloon and aft sunbathing area.
Sunbathing cushions

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation lights
Searchlight
Horn
Manual fire extinguishers in cabin spaces
Automatic fire-extinguisher in machinery space


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Lying: Pälkäne, Finland

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 - 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead broker: Matias Renlund - Grabau international (Scandinavia)
Tel: +358 406861501
Email: ######@grabauinternational.com


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