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 producing cruising boats outfitted with interiors with surprisingly large amounts of room. The 44, which can be outfitted with joystick controlled IPS pods, has loads of space for her size in her saloon, galley, and staterooms making her the perfect place to escape to for a while. In fact, Carver claims the 44 is the only boat in her class with two staterooms and two heads on the same level floor without steps. Enhancing the Carver’s roominess are aggressively styled windows on either side of the saloon that couple with hull-side port lights to flood the interior with natural light—always a welcome feature no matter how long you are planning on staying onboard.
This article originally appeared in the February 2011 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.