2006 MARLOW 57E EXPLORER

£695,000 tax paid

Huge spec, one-owner Marlow 57E Explorer

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelMarlow 57E Explorer
DesignerDavid Marlow
Year2006
CategoryPower
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£695,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingArgyll & Bute, United Kingdom
Reference2203502

Specifications

LOA19.16m
LWL15.95m
Beam5.49m
Draft1.47m
Displacement47720kg
Engine2x Caterpillar C-12 705hp
Engine Hours1275
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity5300l
Max Speed27.78kph
Hull ConstructionGRP
Berths8
Cabins3
Drinking Water Capacity835l

Description

Single-owner, UK VAT paid and EU RCD Category-A example of the beautifully constructed and hugely capable Marlow 57E (Euro) Explorer.

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

An American institution to rival the likes of Grand Banks and Fleming, Marlow motor yachts are serious oceangoing motoryachts built for those who want to cruise the worlds oceans in comfort. Distinctive in their design with the gently sweeping sheer line and moulded lapstrake hull common features across the companies range of explorer yachts they are instantly recognisable. The Marlow 57E proved hugely successful, regarded as a modern classic in the USA.

A rare find in the UK DIGNITY is a UK VAT paid, RCD Category-A compliant example of this magnificent motor yacht. Not built for speed she is a displacement cruiser built to accommodate a crew of up to 8 in comfort across 3 cabins with additional crews quarters aft. Boasting a proper ships bridge with ‘Captains table’ and spacious galley elevated above the main saloon. A proper little ship her vast inventory includes highlights such as:
• Single piece FRP, vinylester infused hull, engineered sandwich construction
• Awl Grip Flag Blue two-pack painted finish to topsides.
• Burmese teak laid decks to finish foredeck, side decks, aft deck, bathing platform and flybridge.
• Glazing all of tinted, laminated 3M Hurricane Shield glass
• Proprietary Velocijet Strut Keel©
• 2x Caterpillar C-12 marine diesel engine, 705hp @ 2300rpm
• 2x Northern Lights M844K generator, 220VAC, 16kW, 1800RPM, 60Hz
• Naiad Marine Systems Multisea II stabiliser system
• Sidepower bow and stern thrusters
• Xantrex Freedom SW2524 Charger/Invertor 20-32VDC – 230VAC, 2500watt(2014)
• Phase Three PT24-40 220VAC/115VAC – 24VDC
• Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper reverse osmosis water maker
• Racor drinking water filtration system, water filtered between main freshwater tank and drinking water tank.
• Blackwater holding tank
• Greywater sump tanks
• Miele Induction hob. 220VAC, with four induction plates and pan clamps
• Miele electric oven and grill. 220VAC
• Miele Ecosensor TurboThermic Dishwasher. 220VAC
• Raymarine chart plotter and radar systems, 3 displays in total
• Raymarine ST60 instrumentation
• Raymarine Autopilot

Wintering afloat on her berth in Ardfern the Marlow 57E DIGNITY is available for immediate viewing either in person or virtually.

BUILDER’S COMMENTS:

The Malow ME57E was created in response to customer's repeated requests for a smaller version of the previously introduced larger Marlow Explorers. This yacht is fully capable of extended ocean cruising but is easily managed by a couple. The large fiberglass fuel and stainless steel water capacities allow far ranging destinations and the unique and proven hull design guarantees comfort in less than ideal conditions should they arise. The ME53C will astonish you with the internal volume. With a beam of only 2" less than the 57C-65C' series, it provides the wonderfully spacious stand-up engine room Explorers are noted for and commodious interior spaces from the saloon to the staterooms. There are three staterooms below, master and VIP, with full heads and one more guest stateroom that can double as an at-sea office. The u-shaped galley is in the aft part of the raised pilothouse and features every convenience and appliance to make your galley duties a pleasure. The dinette is next to the helm and is comfortable, roomy and presents a lovely view through the pilothouse windows. Two steps down from the pilothouse is the saloon with built-in seating that doubles as storage with pneumatic lifting hinges, wet bar with storage, TV/Stereo cabinets and lovely teak coffee table.

PRESS REVIEW:

Anyone can build a marina queen that is at home on protected waters. But, when you have your wife and your kids and maybe even the grandkids aboard and the weather turns grim, that’s when you want a Marlow underfoot.

If you step back from a Marlow, you realize it’s not just seaworthy design or extra solid construction or little details like sea rails on all the counters that make this a great yacht. It’s the culmination of a whole lot of little things that, when added up, have made Marlow a revered name among knowledgeable skippers.
The Marlow 57E Explorer shares the same hull as the 53-foot series, with a 14-degree deadrise and twin strut keels. These have so many advantages I don’t know why every builder doesn’t use them. The strut keels protect the running gear, props and rudders, from groundings and collisions with debris in the water. And the strut keels allow the Marlow to sit upright if you do find yourself aground.

Strut keels also greatly improve directional stability while helping to dampen roll. As a result, the Marlow 57 tracks with ease in large following seas and, if you find yourself struggling upwind in rough weather, the boat holds a course without sliding sideways…

…The goal for the 57 was to create a yacht that could be handled by a husband and wife team, with a layout suitable for cruising or living aboard. Marlow already has a hull for their 72-footers and most builders would have simply sawed it off like a Subway sandwich. David Marlow, however, didn’t want a high stubby yacht, and so he built mock-ups and tinkered with the layouts until he got it just right. The result is a yacht that is proper, or what old-timers call “yar.” It’s not too tall, the lines are sweet, and there is more than six feet of headroom in the engineroom.

The interior is better than yar. In a word, she’s gorgeous. She has a fullbeam master suite, a VIP cabin forward, and a portside stateroom that can be configured in a multitude of ways: guest cabin, office, or a combination. Of course, what makes the Marlow a great yacht is not any one thing but, rather, the perfectly orchestrated gathering of many good ideas, executed impeccably…

… Needless to say, the Marlow is a delight offshore: solid and seaworthy and predictable. With the standard Caterpillar C9s of 575hp each, the top speed on the 57E is around 21 knots, with a comfortable cruise at 2100rpm of 17-18 knots.

If you’ve owned a yacht before, give yourself plenty of time to tour the Marlow 57E Explorer, because you’ll keep seeing things that will make you smile. Ways of doing things better, ideas to simplify maintenance, or just the sheer indulgence of high quality.

It’s all there in a Marlow, and the 57E is a perfect example.

Yachting Magazine – October 2008

Specification

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
• We understand the boat meets the requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and has been categorised as CAT-A.

Hull Construction:
• Single piece FRP, vinylester infused hull.
• Engineered sandwich construction.
• Kevlar fabric reinforced GRP laminate
• Sandwich FRP construction of structural members including stringers and bulkheads.
• Proprietary Velocijet Strut Keel© – twin keels
• Simulated moulded planking style finish to topsides
• Inset portlights in forward topsides port and starboard.
• Moulded rubbing strake around aft quarter with stainless steel coping.
• Awl Grip Flag Blue two-pack painted finish to topsides.
• Underwater hull finished in antifouling, applied spring 2021.

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• FRP moulded deck, wheelhouse superstructure and flybridge
• FRP bulwarks with solid teak capping rail
• Burmese teak laid decks to finish foredeck, side decks, aft deck, bathing platform and flybridge.
• FRP moulded ‘targa arch’ on flybridge
• Two-pack painted finish to mouldings.
• Glazing all of tinted, laminated 3M Hurricane Sheild glass

Keel & Rudder:
• Proprietary Velocijet Strut Keel©
• Engineered tunnels accelerate and shape the propeller thrust for enhanced performance at all speeds
• Twin stainless steel rudders.

MACHINERY

Engine Space:
• Self contained engine space with watertight access door.
• 3” thick lead/rockwool/foam sound insulation
• DryPoint proprietary demister air intake system
• Engine space extraction fans – 220VAC

Port Engine & Gearbox:
• Caterpillar C-12 marine diesel engine
• 705hp @ 2300rpm
• In-line 6 cylinder, turbocharged, after cooled, indirectly cooled.
• ZF Marine hydraulic reversing marine gearbox
• Caterpillar Marine Power Display LCD dash panels providing engine data, displays in wheelhouse and on flybridge
• Electronic morse controls with stations on bridge, flybridge and port side deck
• Engine last serviced summer 2021 – including heat exchangers stripped and cleaned
• Recorded running hours at October 2021 – 1277hrs

Starboard Engine & Gearbox
• Caterpillar C-12 marine diesel engine
• 705hp @ 2300rpm
• In-line 6 cylinder, turbocharged, after cooled, indirectly cooled.
• ZF Marine hydraulic reversing marine gearbox
• Caterpillar Marine Power Display LCD dash panels providing engine data, displays in wheelhouse and on flybridge
• Electronic morse controls with stations on bridge, flybridge and port side deck
• Engine last serviced summer 2021 – including heat exchangers stripped and cleaned
• New ECB control board fitted 2021
• Recorded running hours at October 2021 – 1283hrs

Performance:
• Cruising speed under engine 8kts
• Maximum speed under engine 15kts

Fuel System:
• Racor Turbine duplex filter units for main engines and generators.

Propulsion & Steering:
• Sterngear configuration matches port and starboard
• Stainless steel propellor shaft
• Aquadrive shaft coupling system
• Hydraulic steering system with dual control stations
• Rudder position indicator gauge at both helm stations

Stabilisers:
• Naiad Marine Systems Multisea II stabiliser system
• Electro hydraulic system
• Central control processor with motion sensors mounting in hull
• Control panel in wheelhouse and on flybridge

Thrusters:
• Sidepower bow and stern thrusters
• Joystick control panels at lower and upper helm stations and port side deck

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
• 24VDC onboard power systems
• 12VDC onboard power system for instrumentation
• 230VAC shore power / generator supplied system

Shore Power:
• Duplex shore power connections, port and starboard aft and forward
• Extension lead to connect to shore supply
• Hard wired factory installed system
• RCD protected system

Battery Banks:
• Domestic Bank #1 – 2x 12VDC, 240Ah AGM
• Domestic Bank #2 – 2x 12VDC, 240Ah AGM
• Port Engine Bank – 2x 12VDC, 200Ah lead acid
• Starboard Engine Bank – 2x 12VDC, 200Ah lead acid
• Generator 1 Bank – 1x 12VDC, 225Ah, AGM
• Generator 2 Bank – 1x 12VDC, 225Ah, AGM

Alternator:
• Single engine driven alternator on each engine
• 24VDC, 60amp output


Battery Charger:
• Phase Three PT24-40 220VAC/115VAC – 24VDC
• Xantrex Freedom SW2524 Charger/Inverter 220VAC – 12-32VDC, 65amp(2014)
• Alphatronix ICi24-12 144 24VDC – 12VDC

Invertor:
• Xantrex Freedom SW2524 Charger/Invertor 20-32VDC – 230VAC, 2500watt(2014)

Generator 1 (Port):
• Northern Lights M844K generator
• 220VAC, 16kW, 1800RPM, 60Hz
• Lugger 26hp, 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel engine
• Control panel in the wheelhouse with gauges for water temperature, oil pressure, voltage and running hours.
• Recorded running hours at October 2021 - 1299

Generator 2 (Starboard):
• Northern Lights M844K generator
• 220VAC, 16kW, 1800RPM, 60Hz
• Lugger 26hp, 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel engine
• Control panel in wheelhouse with gauges for water temperature, oil pressure, voltage and running hours.
• Recorded running hours at October 2021 – 1169

General:
• Tinned wiring used throughout
• Volt and Ammeters to monitor all battery banks in wheelhouse
• Extractor fan in galley
• Remote control searchlight with control panels at both helm stations
• Kahlenberg dual trumpet, stainless steel air horns.

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:
• Pressurised hot and cold water system.
• Racor drinking water filtration system, water filtered between main freshwater tank and drinking water tank.
• Mixer faucet in galley
• Filtered drinking water faucet in galley
• Mixer faucets in port and starboard heads
• Showers in port and starboard heads
• Mixer faucet in crew quarters, pulling out to be used as shower.
• Deck shower on port side deck

Water Maker:
• Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper reverse osmosis system
• Currently pickled to preserve membrane

Bilge Pumps:
• All bilge pumps with manual and auto switching
• Forward bilge pump
• Main bilge pump
• Engine room bilge pump
• Lazarette bilge pump

Bilge Alarms:
• High water level alarms in all bilge compartments.

Grey Water:
• Greywater drains to sump tanks port, starboard and aft
• Tanks pumped overboard by electric pumps operated manually or automatically

Salt Water:
• Central sea-chest type system for raw water intakes
• Chest feeding cooling water to all onboard systems
• Zeta Rod electronic probe in sea-chest to prevent growth within the chest chamber

TANKAGE

Fuel:
• Twin diesel tanks
• Stainless steel construction
• Approximate total capacity 5,300ltrs (1400gal)

Fresh Water:
• Single freshwater tank
• Stainless steel construction
• Approximate total capacity 835ltrs (220gal)

Drinking Water Tank:
• Single stainless steel tank
• Approximate tank capacity 250ltr
• Tank filled from freshwater tank via Racor drinking water filtration system.

Holding Tank:
• Single holding tank
• Emptied via deck suction or macerator pump
• Approximate capacity 378ltrs (100gal)

Grey Water Tanks:
• Three sump tanks
• GRP construction
• Discharged overboard by electric pump, switched manually or automatically

Tank Monitoring:
• Tank Tender system
• Manually pumped pneumatic type with selector switch and single gauge in wheelhouse
• Tank watch system for holding tank
• Sight gauges for both fuel tanks in engine space

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:
• Plotter – Raymarine eS128 display, standalone unit.
• Radar – Raymarine 4kw Digtal HD open array scanner
• GPS – Raymarine Raystar 125 active GPS antenna

Below Decks:
• Depth – Raymarine ST60
• Speed/Log – Raymarine ST60
• Wind – Raymarine ST60
• Plotter/Radar/Fishfinder – 2x Raymarine E120 displays
• Fish Finder Module – Raymarine DSM30 with in-hull transducer

Autopilot:
• Raymarine hydraulic pilot system
• Raymarine ST6001 control heads at lower and upper helm stations
• Raymarine S3G course computer
• Raymarine hydraulic drive system

Communications Equipment:
• Lower Helm DSCVHF – Icom IC-M602 DSC VHF with commandmic
• Upper Helm DSCVHF – Icom IC-M602 DSC VHF
• AIS – Raymarine AIS650 class B transceiver
• AIS Antenna Splitter – Raymarine AIS100 splitter
• Intercom system for onboard communication, handsets at lower and upper helm station and engine room

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
• Galley Hob – Miele Induction hob. 220VAC, with four induction plates and pan clamps
• Galley Oven – Miele electric oven and grill. 220VAC
• Fridge – Drawer type built in fridge with two drawers
• Fridge/Freezer – Front loading type fridge with compact freezer unit beneath
• Coolbox – Double pull out drawer coolbox
• Wine Cooler – located at forward end of salon
• Double stainless steel sink
• Toaster – 220VAC
• Kettle – 220VAC
• Dishwasher – Miele Ecosensor TurboThermic. 220VAC
• Trash compactor – In Sink Erator 220VAC

Heads:
• Toilets – 2x Sealand electric flushing toilets, freshwater flushing
• Hot and cold water faucet x2
• Shower x2
• Wash hand basin x2

Vacuum System:
• Nutone built in centralised vacuum system
• Suction connection points in all cabins, flybridge and saloon
• Single hose for connection with attachments

Air Conditioning / Heating:
• Air conditioning system with outlets in all cabins, wheelhouse and saloon
• Air conditioning units can run reverse cycle to act as heating on same system
• Thermostatic cabin controllers.

Lighting:
• Overhead lighting throughout interior
• Downlighters above worktops in galley
• Reading lights over bunks in cabins
• Lighting over side decks and aft cockpit
• Overhead lighting on targa arch over flybridge
• Red lighting in wheelhouse at helm station and on flybridge
• Low level courtesy lighting on steps and flybridge

Entertainment:
• Phillips flatscreen TV built into forward cabin
• Sony DVD player in forward cabin
• Phillips flatscreen TV built into port cabin
• Phillips flatsceen TV built into mastercabin
• Sony DVD player in master cabin
• Sony CD/Radio player in master cabin
• Sony CD/Radio/Bluetooth/USB head unit in wheelhouse
• Sony 10 CD changer in wheelhouse
• Panasonic flatscreen TV in saloon
• Sony DVD player in saloon
• Phillips flatscreen TV built into crews quarters

ACCOMMODATION



Summary of Accommodation:
• Master cabin forward with 4 berths and en-suite access to heads
• Port bunk cabin
• Double cabin with ensuite heads
• Heads
• Wheelhouse with elevated dinette seating
• Galley
• Main saloon

Accommodation Finish:
• Schwepper Germany interior hardware
• Joinery finished in hardwood veneer and solid timber trims
• All furniture finished in gloss varnish
• Drawer carcasses of Douglas Fir, constructed with dovetail joints
• Hanging lockers lined with Cedar cladding
• Marble countertops in heads
• Marble worktop in galley
• Sole board of composite sandwich construction with teak and holly veneer finish
• White leather upholstery for saloon and dinette seating
• Varnished teak sole gratings in bilge space

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
• Double bunk located centrally with steps to access bunk on port and starboard sides
• Storage drawers below bunk
• Sideboard counter tops outboard of bunk port and starboard
• Storage lockers above bunks, outboard port and starboard forward with countertop above.
• Storage lockers outboard port and starboard.
• Pilot berths outboard port and starboard, above countertop and storage lockers.
• TV and DVD player built in at aft end of cabin
• ‘Jack’n’Jill’ en-suite access to heads.

Forward Heads:
• Located to starboard.
• Accessed from lower passageway or forward cabin.
• Forward facing electric toilet located aft, inboard
• Shower stall with dedicated shower head outboard aft.
• Marble countertop with inset wash hand basin outboard forward
• Locker outboard of countertop and shower stall.
• Selection of drawers and lockers beneath countertop

Port Cabin:
• Bunk cabin with two single bunks outboard, forward.
• Hanging locker and storage shelves inboard of bunks forward.
• Large dresser unit /writing desk aft with built-in folding seat.
• Drawers beneath unit inboard and outboard
• Locker outboard of dresser top.
• Overhead lockers and built-in TV overhead.

Master Cabin:
• Located at aft end of lower accommodation space
• Centrally located at aft end of cabin.
• Selection of storage drawers beneath bunk
• Countertop outboard of bunk to starboard in L-shape running forward.
• Selection of lockers outboard of countertop above with drawers and lockers beneath.
• Hanging lockers forward of countertop to starboard.
• Bunkside counter top outboard to port with drawer and locker beneath
• En-suite heads to port

En-Suite Heads:
• Forward facing electric toilet mounted inboard aft.
• Marble countertop running the length of the compartment outboard with inset wash hand basin.
• Vanity lockers outboard of countertop with storage locker beneath
• Shower stall forward with dedicated shower fitting

Wheelhouse:
• Elevated above saloon level.
• Centrally located helm station forward with dedicated Stidd helm seat.
• Engine controls, displays and navigation instruments forward and outboard to starboard
• Deck saloon seating to port of helm.
• J-shaped wrap around seating outboard
• Fixed height table on adjustable position base inboard.
• Companionway steps to access flybridge after to port.
• Access to port and starboard side decks via doors
• Galley after to starboard

Galley:
• U-shaped galley to starboard side of wheelhouse
• Thwartships worktop forward with inset stainless steel sinks inboard
• Galley hob inset to worktop outboard centrally
• Thwartships galley worktop aft.
• Built in dishwasher below worktop forward with drawers inboard
• Built in oven below galley hob.
• Storage drawers, fridge and coolbox beneath worktop aft
• Selection of lockers in overhead units running around galley.

Saloon:
• Located at aft end of deckhouse
• Large open plan saloon.
• L-shaped settee to starboard with adjustable height table.
• Bench settee to port.
• Countertop with storage locker beneath aft of port settee
• Countertop extending forward of port settee
• Lockers beneath countertop with fridge/freezer unit and built in wine cooler.
• Glass storage locker above countertop forward.
• Countertop running forward outboard starboard settee.
• Storage unit running across front of saloon with built in TV, drinks locker and a selection of storage drawers
• and lockers
• All seat bases lift to provide storage beneath
• Double opening doors to access aft cockpit.

Crews Quarters:
• Accessed from hatch in cockpit sole
• Single berths outboard port and starboard
• Moulded GRP countertop centrally with hatch to access steering compartment aft
• Dedicated heads compartment to starboard
• Aft facing electric marine toilet outboard
• Marble topped counter inboard forward with inset wash hand basin, mixer tap and showerhead.
• Access to engine space through central door forward

DECK EQUIPMENT

Deck Layout:
• Elevated foredeck.
• Stainless steel grabrail running around deck edge and extending forward around bowsprit.
• Short bowsprit extending forward of stemhead with double bow rollers built in.
• Both anchors self stowing in rollers
• Anchor windlass mounted immediately aft of bowsprit
• Deck lockers outboard of windlass port and starboard.
• Panama type fairleads through shallow bulwarks forward.
• Stainless steel deck mounted mooring cleats
• GRP moulded breakwater type bulwark forward of wheelhouse with bi-fold gate to access foredeck
• Moulded seat units outboard of gateway port and starboard.
• Bridge deck running around forward end of wheelhouse out to side decks.
• Stainless steel grabrails running around forward end of wheelhouse and down side decks
• Doors to access wheelhouse port and starboard
• Panama fairleads midships, forward and aft with built in cleats
• Moulded bulwark outboard of side deck with stainless steel stanchions supporting teak grabrail running around aft section of side deck and across transom.
• Aft cockpit running full width of transom
• Stairs to access flybridge to port side of cockpit
• Moulded seating unit to starboard.
• Access to crews quarters and engine space through cockpit sole hatch.
• Access gates in bulwarks port and starboard.
• Transom gates to access bathing platform on port and starboard quarters
• Panama fairleads port and starboard aft with built in cleats
• Bathing platform aft with removable stainless steel grabrails.
• Access to steering space beneath bathing platform

Flybridge Layout:
• Accessed from companionway into wheelhouse or stairs from cockpit.
• Helm station centrally located forward with Stidd swivelling seats for helmsman and navigator
• Engine control panels and nav equipment mounted forward of helm.
• L-shaped seating after to starboard with adjustable height table
• Forward facing seating unit to port
• Countertop storage unit to port, fridge below countertop forward
• Lifting panel in countertop aft with inset stainless steel sink and electric BBQ
• Dinghy crane after to starboard with RIB stowing on deck chocks aft

Dinghy Crane:
• Hydraulic crane with telescopic boom
• Hydraulic hoist

Tender:
• Walker Bay Genesis RIB
• Mercury 15hp, 2-stroke outboard

Canvas Work:
• Flybridge console cover
• Flybridge table cover
• Flybridge seating cover
• Flybridge helm seat covers
• Flybridge Bimini cover on stainless steel frame
• Fitted cushions for flybridge and cockpit seating

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Bower Anchor – 45KG Ultra Anchor, stainless steel on chain rode
• Secondary Anchor – Bruce Anchor, stainless steel on chain rode
• Anchor Windlass – Maxwell 2200 electric windlass, double chain gypsys. Foot button controls on foredeck
• Selection of mooring warps
• Selection of fenders

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.

Lifesaving:
• EPIRB – Ocean Signal ARH100, Class 2 EPIRB
• Liferaft – 2x 8 person, Ocean Safety Charter ISO rafts. Last serviced April 2021
• Fireboy automatic fire extinguisher system in engine space.
• Horseshoe lifebuoy with light
• Throwing line

Viewing arrangements

Lying, Argyll, Scotland

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: Mark Cameron
Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254
Email: mark@grabauinternational.com

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