2001 Carver 444 Cockpit Motor Ya

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Carver 444 Cockpit Motor Ya 2001

2001 Carver 444 Cockpit Motor Ya

Carver Luxury Yacht Ready for Fun! Carver 444 is a beauty that has only been on the Great Lakes and winter stored indoors. She’s a pleasure to pilot yacht and has made fantastic memory's for us, but we are moving on to different adventures. Raised walk-deck design allows for a more spacious salon with a panoramic outside view and almost seven feet of headroom including ultra leather sofas. The two-stateroom, galley-down floor plan is arranged with double berths and separate stall showers both fore and aft. Aft stateroom has sliding glass door for outside view and deck access. Topside, wing doors and a hardtop protect the aft deck, and there’s plenty of flybridge seating. She has many easy boarding deck access options including the transom door which makes her easy to board from the stern. As a bonus there is a fiberglass bottom dinghy included on the swim platform. All fiberglass wood free construction below water line is one of many examples of the quality construction of this yacht. 370 hp Cummins diesels with cruising speed in the low 20-knot range, tops out at over 25 knots. Easy to show at indoor heated storage Detroit, MI

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