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Carver C43

By Kevin Koenig | Posted October 2014

New Boats Notebook - update on the Carver C43

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Carver C37

By Dennis Caprio | Posted July 2014

Power & Motoryacht's first look at the Carver C37.  Carver’s new C37 blends an unexpectedly sporty look with the large amounts of interior space you’ve come to expect from...

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Carver C37

By Kevin Koenig | Posted December 2013

New Boats Notebook - Jan 2014, update on the Carver C37.

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Carver C34

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted August 2013

Power & Motoryacht's boat test of the Carver C34 The Carver C34 may make an impression. But it’s the smart boater that takes the time to understand what’s really going on with the...

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Carver 560 Voyager - Used Boat Review

By Scott Shane | Posted January 2013

Used Boat Review: Carver 560 Voyager: The Carver 560 Voyager may be just the inspiration some boaters need to make a substantial upgrade. These American-built cruisers offer a couple of layout...

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Carver 44 Sojourn

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted April 2012

We test two radically roomy, pod-equipped Carver cruisers, one with gas power and the other with diesel. Coming up with this test report on Carver Yachts’ 44 Sojourn required two separate...

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Carver 54 Voyager

By | Posted December 2011

Carver’s new 54 Voyager promises to take cruising to new heights—literally—the headroom in the two cabins onboard this 56-footer approaches seven feet. We’re sure you’ll appreciate that extra room,...

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Carver 44 Sojourn

By | Posted February 2011

Webster’s Dictionary defines “sojourn” as “a brief or temporary stay; a visit,” which makes the word a fitting moniker for this 44-footer from Carver, the Pulaski, Wisconsin, company known for...

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Ease of Use

By | Posted December 2008

Megayachts Carver 44The first thing you'll notice when you examine the photo of the new 44 Sojourn is that she's tall: 16'7'' feet from the waterline to the top of her aluminum radar arch, to be...

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Carver 52 Voyager

By Capt. Patrick S...Photos by Jim R... | Posted January 2007

It was blowing a steady 15 knots, and I wondered if the windage offered up by the Carver Voyager 52's high sides (19 feet from water to radar arch) would mean difficult exiting and docking. But I...

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Carver 55 Marquis

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted July 2006

What made a believer of me was the thunk I heard when a sizable wave from someplace—maybe from one of the big, slab-sided Great Lakes ore carriers that constantly ply the cold, grayish waters...

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Carver 42 Super Sport

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted January 2006

After testing Carver's new 42 Super Sport powered by Volvo Penta's Inboard Performance system (IPS), I was slackjaw. They'd harmonized like The Beach Boys on "Pet Sounds."I've always admired Carver's...

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Carver 43

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted November 2005

As I made my way through downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, to the Harborside Yacht Center, I expected the Carver 43 Motor Yacht to look unlike any Carver I'd ever seen. I'd been told her exterior design...

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Carver 33 Super Sport

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted May 2005

When I was told last year that Carver was going to build an entry-level, inboard-powered, flying-bridge cruiser, I wondered. In the 1990's it offered just such a boat, a 32-foot convertible with twin...

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Carver 560 Voyager

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted June 2004

The Long Island, New York, marina where I keep my boat has many slips occupied by Carvers. Some are sedans and others are motoryachts, but all have something in common: owners who desire all the...

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Carver 65 Marquis

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted April 2004

About 18 months ago I received a call from Mike Murawski, Carver’s vice president of sales and marketing, asking if I’d be interested in taking a first look at a “major new project.” Over the years I...

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Carver 59 Marquis

By Capt. Richard ThielPhotos by Jim R... | Posted April 2003

I was standing at Carver’s display at the Miami International Boat Show as a couple of Italians disembarked from the new 59 Marquis. Curious what they might have to say after touring what the builder...

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