This quirky aft-cabin format delivers class-leading accommodation to the sub 35ft sector
The Marex 320 ACC is all about accommodation, but so what? Boatbuilders have been making voluminous cabin-biased cruisers for donkeys. What sets the Marex apart from the crowd is the way it has done it.
Typically the route to extra space is to build high and wide, sacrifice the side decks, shrink the cockpit, and you end up with a boat that’s more holiday home than seagoing vessel.
The Marex however, still looks like a proper boat, with a low cabin profile, flared bows, sleek sheerline and wide side decks, this is no floating apartment.
Instead of just building up and out, this Norwegian yard’s route to maximizing accommodation is very simple: just use the whole length of the boat.
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- The balance between speed and space has been finely honed.
- Compromise is a dirty word in boat design, suggesting a lowering of strandards and a necessity to lower expectations.
Price as reviewed:
This boat will allow you to ejoy the open air with the canopies stowed or spending time aboard in port with the family, the world of compromise never crops up.
Displacement: 5 tonnes
Cabins: AFT CABIN BERTH 7FT 2IN X 5FT 0IN (2.19 X 1.20M)AFT CABIN BERTH 1 6FT 6IN X 3FT 11IN (1.99 X 1.20M)AFT CABIN BERTH 2 6FT 6IN X 2FT 8IN (1.99 X 0.81M)
Fuel Capacity: 106gal
Beam: 10ft 10in
Water Capacity: 79gal
Air Draught: 3ft 3in
RCD Category: B
Length Overall: 32ft 9in
Engines: Volvo Penta D4 300 Shaftdrive