Marlow Yachts honored with AIM award

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Marlow Yachts Ltd. was given the Active Interest Media Marine Group’s 2012 Editor's Choice Award in the 80- to 100-foot Passagemaker category for its Marlow Explorer 97E during an Oct. 26 gala at the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale.

The AIM Group is composed of BoatQuest.com, Passagemaker, Power and Motoryacht, Sail, Show Management, Soundings, Trade Only and Yachts International.

“Marlow Yachts was honored for their innovation, technology and contribution to the marine industry,” the company announced in a statement. “We are truly honored to have been selected to receive this ‘best of the best’ award.”

“It is high praise indeed for Marlow Yachts to be recognized and to receive this prestigious award,” owner David Marlow said in a statement. “It is especially rewarding to observe the industry about us adopt the numerous innovations in design and build technology developed in-house by Marlow Yachts’ own engineers and architects. The bright minds at Marlow have led the industry in the development of new and innovative technologies that improve performance, seaworthiness and value while developing environmentally green operating standards to improve the lives of our workers.”

Marlow will introduce “three new stunning examples of marine art” Feb. 14 at the Miami International Boat Show.

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