Cavileer 44 Convertible

Cavileer Boatworks is named after 18th-century boatbuilder John Cavileer, whose boats—built in Lower Bank, New Jersey, the current home of Cavileer Boatworks—were integral players in America’s fight for independence. George Washington, then a young general, was purportedly so impressed with the stout construction and seafaring abilities of Cavileer’s boats that he used them to send

Cavileer 48 Convertible

How do you get a 50,000-pound, Jersey-built, 48-foot convertible clean out of the water? The easy way would be with a TraveLift. But as far as I’m concerned, the real answer is to head her right at the six-foot breakers in Absecon Inlet at 26.5 knots. That was how Cavileer Boatworks president, John DiDonato, Capt. Joe Badagliacco, and I did it while testing the flagship 48 Convertible in