An amazingly practical, impressively roomy, storage-rich, feature-laden jack of all trades, the Marex 375 has few peers

Product Overview

Marex 375

Pros:

  • 9-strong range of engine options
  • Ground breaking canopy design
  • Generous headroom and berth sizes
  • Impressive levels of stowage
  • Agile in sterndrive and shaft drive form

Cons:

  • Modest galley size

Product:

Marex 375 review

Manufacturer:

Price as reviewed:

£312,500.00 (inc UK VAT)

Performance

Few boats offer such a large and diverse range of engines. The 375 can be ordered with shaft drive or sterndrive, a single or twins, diesel or petrol engines, and with total power ranging from 400hp to 600hp – all told nine different options.

Marex 375

Plenty of power and agility thanks to 600hp and twin sterndrives

Our test boat had the most powerful twin Volvo diesel D4-300hp DPH sterndrives, which powered our (slightly under-revving) 375 to 36.7 knots.

If you’re happy with around 4 knots less, then either the big single D6-400hp sterndrive or the twin D3-220hp sterndrive will dish up less noise and vibration, and doubtless better fuel consumption too.

Marex 375

The 375 is all about single-level living

If you’re happy travelling a little slower still, or have slow speed inland waterways in mind, the single 435hp shaft drive is the one to go for.

You can read the full report on the Marex 375 in the September issue of MBY, out 6 August.

Contact Wessex Marine Tel: +44 (0)1202 700702 Web: www.marex.no

Verdict

Although the Marex 375 trades its sibling’s aft cabin for a roomy cockpit, it remains an amazing jack of all trades. Few offer such elevated levels of practicality, and its genius canopies alone are reason enough to buy the 375

Details

Length:39ft 4in (11.99m)
Beam:11ft 8in (3.55m)
Fuel capacity:165 imp gal (750 litres)
Water capacity:75 imp gal (340 litres)
Draught:3ft 2in (0.97m)
RCD Category:B (for 12 people)
Displacement:7.7 tonnes (light)
Test engines:Twin Volvo Penta D4 300hp (sterndrives)
Top speed:36.7 knots
Cruising spee:25-33 knots
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