The short answer is why would we? The Marlago 37’ Super Sport performs with twin engines better than the competitors do with trips. Our focus has always been in our hull design. The Marlago easily achieves 60+ mph powered by twin Mercury 350 Verados and can still plain on a single engine. We’ve never had the philosophy to just add another engine to compensate for a hull design.
Marlago currently builds the 37’ Super Sport, when the Marlago was born back in 1994 we built the 35’ FS in predominantly two versions. The 35’ Cuddy had a cuddy cabin in the bow with seats just aft. It was a great success and the first “big” center console on the market. We also offered an “Open” which deleted the cuddy and offered bow seating. When production began on the 37’ the design incorporated those two boats in one deck plan, by lengthening the boat 24” at its widest point we were able to move the cabin to midship just forward of the console, leaving the bow open for seating.