History of Carver Yachts
Charles Carter and George Verhagen began sculpting mahogany-planked, high speed runabouts in a garage in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1954. What they originally thought was just a hobby revolved into a business. As quick as a wave crashes, is as fast as the word began to spread about Charles and George and their high quality boats. They chose the name Carver to represent their business by combining the first three letters of their last names and just like that, Carver Yachts was born.
Jumping ahead two years, in 1956, the two entrepreneurs moved their fast growing business to Northeast, Wisconsin. Here is where they dedicated work force and excellent transportation facilities. Throughout the 1960’s they built mahogany runabout boats and quickly added cabin cruisers to their expanding line of vessels. In the 1970’s they switched from mahogany to fiberglass, as well as including larger, twin inboard powered cabin cruiser designs constructing the successful 33’ Mariner. Carver Yachts obtained new owners in the 1980’s which lead them to be able to expand sales beyond the Great Lakes region and was now able to become a recognized leader in the luxury motor yacht market. By the 1990’s they introduced the elegance of the Voyagerlong-range cruiser series in addition to the Montego series of stern driven cruisers. Carver Yachts launched their largest yacht in the year 2000, the 57’ Voyager Pilothouse. From spacious, functional and dependable cruising vessels, Carver Yachts continues to lead the yachting industry today.
Are you searching for a vessel with the feeling of home? Look no further. The C37 Coupe is the yacht for you. This vessel is a two deck yacht with a thoughtfully designed galley, a salon filled with natural lighting and two spacious staterooms with breathtaking amenities. There is indoor/outdoor living spaces for entertaining, relaxing or just simply enjoying life on the water. The C37 Coupe is more than just a cruising yacht, it is also a performer with her standard twin MerCruiser 377 Magnum Bravo Three, SeaCore stern-driven engines to ensure an exhilarating top speed. This vessel the definition of comfort.
With a single level salon with 6-feet, 8-inches of headroom that also becomes a part of a seamless indoor/outdoor living area with the glass cockpit doors are open. The C43 also features two spacious staterooms, both with 6-feet, 6-inches of headroom, a galley and a private owners head with a separate shower stall and a separate day guest head. Besides from the staterooms, the C43 Coupe has an abundance of seating throughout the vessel including an expansive swimming platform and a retractable electric glass sunroof and sunshade. The hull and deck of the C43 feature hand-laid and vacuum-infused structural as well as nonstructural fiberglass and core laminate, both for superior strength. The hull is sprayed with anti-fouling paint, this creates an exceptionally smooth running surface. The accommodations and unique design of the C43 Coupe is exquisite.
Want to talk about raising the bar? The C52 Coupe is breaking records with its luxury and cruising comforts. This mid-size luxury yacht has a full beam master stateroom with a private head and separate shower. A spacious forward stateroom as well as a third stateroom that is quiet large. Carver Yachts is continuing to blaze through new trails expanding their contemporary designs.
C40 Command Bridge
Responsive handling, solid construction and modern design, the C40 Command Bridge possess all the features that cruising boaters most desire. Three levels create this vessel and on each level you will always find outstand views and amenities.
C52 Command Bridge
Three staterooms and two heads in one of the most spacious layouts of any boat in its class is the C52 Command Bridge. Any owner of this yacht will quickly and always enjoy its large open concept cockpit. There are flush threshold leading to the spacious salon with wide side decks that offer an easy access to the foredeck seating area that is relatively large. Throughout this water craft is unique design elements, such as a full beam master stateroom with its own private entrance and a master head with a large stall shower. This vessel is one of the most exciting new model introductions to Carver history from bridge to salon.
Carver 570 Voyager Pilothouse
Searching for a yacht over 50 foot in length? The 570 Voyager Pilothouse is your stop. While this 59 foot vessel may look like a custom yacht, it is not. This vessel has earned its name ‘Voyager’ with its long distance capability. A cruising speed of 25 knots and topping out at 30.5 knots, this 570 Voyager Pilothouse rides the waves like a champ.
How to buy a Carver Yacht
If you’re interested in purchasing a Carver Yacht, a Staten Island Yacht Sales professional can assist you in your buying needs. All employees are trained to identify as many ways as possible to improve your experience when purchasing a Carver Yacht. Being a 100-percent customer driven business, SI Yachts delivers every time.
How to Sell Your Carver Yacht
Staten Island Yacht Sales has experience and the product knowledge to sell your Carver Yacht. Selecting the right full service brokerage firm when selling your yacht improves the likelihood of a seamless and timely transaction. Listing your Carver Yacht with SI Yachts, you can be certain it is in the hands of dedicated professionals. Over 50 years in business, our devoted Sales Professionals work attentively to provide you with first class representation.