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|Säljs av||Grabau International|
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.
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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:-
“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
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.
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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.
Grabau International (Scandinavia) offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International (Scandinavia) provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.
|Motormodell||D6 435 IE|
|Material i Propeller||Brons|
|Max djupgående med last||1.1m|
|Tank för Färskvatten||300 l ()|
|Bränsletank||650 l ()|
|Förvaringstank övrigt||180 l ()|