If brushless No, if speed 600 possibly.
You can only control one brushless motor with an ESC but you could use one ESC with two brushed motors. My experience is this does not always work well as the motors are not normally matched and one runs faster than the other.
You could use a 3536 1250 motor but it is far too big and the Kv rating is too high. Brushless motors have developed from use with model aircraft where fast rotation is necessary and the load on the motor is much less than a prop in water. They are most efficient when working at or near their design rating and will overheat if the load is too high.
You can buy inrunner brushless which you can mount just like a brushed motor. Outrunner brushless are possibly more popular with model boats as the magnets and body form a large rotating mass which produces lots of tork. Mounting is to an angled plate with the body of the motor left to rotate freely. The motor normally comes with a X type mounting plate and bolts to attach to the motor which can then be mounted to the angled plate. If you Google brushless motor mounts you will see examples. If needed you can buy water cooled mounts. All of the on-line hobby stores sell what you require.