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Old 02-01-2015, 07:07 AM
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Wanted to pass along some pictures of the all-new 37 SS Marlago. We are really excited- and the timing works well with the Mercury news next week ;-).

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Super SS frame job.
Really goin to look awesome
Nice build.
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Bought the molds from Jefferson?
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Bought the molds from Jefferson?

Two-part answer. They are a completely new set of CNC-produced molds; kept the bottom design but now 2 feet longer and an all-new and much-improved deck. The boats will be better-finished and -constructed than before, which I think is saying something. But the original company is back in business and building them with much of the original crew. We were always their leading dealer and now are the exclusive dealer. We just committed to the entire first year's production with boats splashing starting next month. www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com
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Great to see them again
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If they kept the bottom design how is it 2' longer? Where did the extra 2' come from? I only ask because it's so common these days for boat builders to call a prior model by a new name and add 2' to the length, but only on paper as the hull has not changed so they start counting the pulpit or engines.

Nice to see these boats produced again. I have the Marlin 350 which is the twin to the Marlago 35.
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What are all those cut outs up forward of the console??
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What are all those cut outs up forward of the console??
cutouts for speakers lol
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If they kept the bottom design how is it 2' longer? Where did the extra 2' come from? I only ask because it's so common these days for boat builders to call a prior model by a new name and add 2' to the length, but only on paper as the hull has not changed so they start counting the pulpit or engines.

Nice to see these boats produced again. I have the Marlin 350 which is the twin to the Marlago 35.
Hi Chris- Good question. The molds were truly stretched two feet, not just a re-naming. The change was done in the CNC computer stage, and the difference is in the middle of the boat, forward of anything like the pad keel. I hope we can catch up soon and take you for a ride- I know of everyone out there you would appreciate what we have done. Thanks, Ned
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What are all those cut outs up forward of the console??
i believe the cutouts are made so they can glass the inside of the hull-deck joint on 2-piece boats.
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Kevlar hull?
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Any idea what they weigh or will weigh?
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Hull #1 weighed in at 6,800lbs no engines or engine rigging, batteries etc… You can figure another 2,500lbs for that with AC batteries for a total dry weight around 9,225lbs. Add 1,936 for fuel and water you come to 11,236lbs total full fuel and water.
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Kevlar hull?
No Kevlar, but no wood either. As before, they are solid fiberglass below the waterline and cored with Nidacore in the upper portions (decks, hullsides, etc.). The transom is high-density structural foam. All vacuum-bagged and constructed to a very high standard.
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Only 400lbs more than the old boat. Nice.
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Looks like you added some better bilge access ,the 35 is horrible to get to the bilge pumps or transucer, working on one right now thank god i didnt have to chance out the transducer, the only other thing the boat is lacking is under the console not much room for transducer boxes amps etc. not knocking the boat just needs some tweaking.
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