The Marlow Prowler Havana can now be powered by large outboard engines in twin, triple or quad configurations.
The Marlow Prowler 375 Havana continues to evolve from its initial introduction in 2010. The newest model is powered by triple Yamaha 300-hp outboards that, per the builder, will get you to where you’re going at speeds up to 40 knots.
With her deep-V hull, she’ll part the waves easily and then ride on the flatter aft sections that offer good stability. The latest Havana has a larger console than the debut model had with ample dash space to accommodate twin MFDs as well as engine displays and more. Two captain’s chairs offer personalized comfort, and the windshield deflects spray regardless of speed. Impressive features include gyrostabilization, a generator, refrigeration, livewell, and a transom door for safety and convenience.
Although technically a center console open fisherman, the Havana offers a full interior with accommodations in the V-berth, an enclosed head, facing settees, and a galley. The interior has more than six feet of standing headroom and plenty of natural light so you won’t feel buried below.
37’6″ LOA, 11’8″ beam