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Exclusive: Carver 560 Voyager By Capt. Patrick Sciacca — July 2004

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Base price: $1,081,490 with 2/480-hp 480C-E Cummins diesel inboards
Optional power: various diesel inboards from Cummins and Volvo Penta to 1,350 hp
Standard equipment: Volvo Penta QL bow thruster; dripless shaft logs; 15.5-kW Onan or Kohler genset; freshwater washdown; 2/50-amp shore-power connectors; 20-gal. water heater; Maxwell windlass w/60-lb. anchor and 200 ft. of 3⁄8" chain; faux-leather lounge on flying bridge; wet bar; double-wide helm seat; tilt wheel; rudder-angle indicator; transom door; transom lounge; telescoping boarding ladder; saloon carpet; cherrywood interior; sapele pommele inlays; granite countertops and sole in galley; Panasonic microwave/convection oven; 3-burner Ceran cooktop; s/s Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer; Roman shades; Flexsteel helm seat in pilothouse

SPECIFICATIONS
Length overall:
59'8"
Beam: 15'4"
Draft: 4'9"
Weight (dry): 49,500 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 800 gal.
Water capacity: 200 gal.
Test engines: 2/675-hp Volvo Penta D12 EVC diesel inboards
Transmissions/ratio: ZF/1.75:1
Props: 29x32.2, 4-blade ZF New Foil
Steering: Teleflex SeaStar hydraulic
Controls: Volvo Penta single-lever electronic
Optional equipment on test boat: Raymarine electronics: RL80C radar, RL79C radar/plotter, 2/230 VHF-hailers, 631 chart, 2/ST-60 Tri-Datas, RayStar 120 WAAS, autopilot; flying-bridge Jenn-Air grill; 22-inch and 15-inch Panasonic flat-screen TVs in master and VIP; Voyager video-monitoring system; 23-kW Kohler genset; 2/Glendinning Cablemasters; bridge hardtop w/enclosure; Volvo Penta stern thruster
Price as tested: $1,232,940

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This article originally appeared in the June 2004 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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