Carver Yachts

Carver Yachts has 60 years of quality boat-building experience. With humble beginnings of building mahogany-planked, high-speed runabouts, Carver Yachts has become an industry leader, producing some of the world’s finest cruising yachts. Carver Yachts completes the entire boat construction process in-house to manage a quality build and create the ideal blend of artisanship and technology.

Carver Market Report: 3Q 2018

Carver Highlights

  • Established: 1954
  • Located: Pulaski, Wisconsin
  • Construction: Fiberglass
  • Category: Motoryachts, Pilothouse
  • Worth Noting: Carver Yacht Group currently employs more than 1,000 people.

59' Carver 2002

Telchac, Mexico
$300,000

57' Carver 2003

SAN DIEGO MARRIOTT MARINA, CA
$440,000

57' Carver 2003

San Diego, CA
$449,000

57' Carver 2003

Pickwick Lake, TN, MS
$399,900

57' Carver 2002

MIDLAND, ON, Canada
$399,900

57' Carver 2003

St. Joseph, MI
$399,900

57' CARVER YACHTS 2002

Cancun, Mexico
$299,000

57' Carver 2003

Cruising, FL
$479,000

57' Carver 2002

Seattle, WA
$439,950

57' Carver 2004

Caribbean, Saint Martin
$469,000

57' Carver 2004

Staten Island, NY
$449,500

56' Carver 2006

Orange Beach, AL
$599,900

Carver Yachts By Model

Model name PRODUCTION YEARS LOA BEAM DRAFT
Carver 36 Motoryacht 2002 - Current 36' 11" 13' 2" 2' 4"
Carver 35 Super Sport 2005 - Current 37' 3" 13' 1" 3' 1"
Carver 360 Sport Sedan 2003 - Current 37' 8" 13' 2" 2' 7"
Carver 37 2010 - Current 37' 8" 13' 0" 4' 2"
Carver 36 Super Sport 2008 - Current 38' 3" 13' 1" 3' 1"
Carver 38 Super Sport 2005 - Current 39' 11" 13' 5" 2' 4"
Carver 39 Motoryacht 2000 - Current 40' 7" 13' 11" 3' 6"
Carver 355/356 Motor Yacht 1995 - Current 41' 2" 13' 3" 3' 3"
Carver 41 Cockpit MY 2005 - Current 42' 11" 13' 5" 2' 7"
Carver 405/406 Aft Cabin 1997 - Current 42' 3" 13' 10" 3' 3"
Carver 390/400/404 Cockpit 1993 - Current 43' 5" 13' 3" 3' 3"
Carver 42/43 Super Sport 2006 - Current 43' 7" 13' 11" 3' 10"
Carver 44 Sojourn 2009 - Current 44' 4" 13' 11" 3' 10"
Carver 42 Mariner 2004 - Current 44' 5" 13' 11" 3' 2"
Carver 455/456 Aft Cabin 1996 - 2000 45' 9" 15' 4" 4' 7"
Carver 46 Motoryacht 2001 - Current 46' 11 14' 11" 3' 7"
Carver 450 Voyager 1999 - Current 46' 11" 14' 11" 3' 7"
Carver 46 Voyager 2004 - Current 46' 11" 14' 11" 3' 7"
Carver 410 Sport Sedan 2002 - Current 46' 4" 13' 11" 2' 8"
Carver 444 Cockpit MY 2001 - Current 46' 6" 13' 11" 3' 6"
Carver 430 Cockpit MY 1991 - 1997 47' 10" 14' 0" 3' 4"
Carver 440/455 Aft Cabin 1993 - 1999 47' 8" 15' 0" 4' 3"
Carver 43/47 Motor Yacht 2006 - Current 49' 2" 14' 2" 3' 6"
Carver 500/504 Cockpit MY 1996 - 2000 49' 7" 15' 4" 4' 7"
Carver 506 Motor Yacht 2000 - Current 51' 7" 15' 4" 4' 6"
Carver 520 Voyager 2007 - Current 53' 9" 15' 4" 4' 9"
Carver 530 Voyager 1998 - Current 53' 9" 15' 4" 4' 9"
Carver 564 Cockpit MY 2002 - Current 59' 2" 15' 4" 4' 6"
Carver 570 Voyager 2001 - Current 59' 2" 15' 4" 4' 9"
Carver 560 Voyager 2004 - Current 59' 8" 15' 4" 4' 9"
Carver C34 Command Bridge 2013 - Current 35' 6" 13' 0" 4' 7"
Carver C52 Coupe 2017 - Current 51' 10" 15' 8" 5'

About Carver Yachts

In 1954 in a Milwaukee garage, Charlie Carter and George Verhagen began building mahogany-planked, high-speed runabouts. What started as a hobby soon turned into a business as word quickly spread, and the two fledgling boat builders began selling boats to friends. By combining the first three letters of their last names, the Carver Boat Corporation was born.

In 1956, the two entrepreneurs moved their growing business to Pulaski, Wisconsin, to take advantage of the area's dedicated work force and excellent transportation facilities. They built mahogany boats throughout the 1960s, adding cabin cruisers to an expanding lineup. In the 1970s, the switch was made to fiberglass hulls, with additional advances that included larger cabin designs and the introduction of the popular 32 Mariner.

By the 1980s, Carver had expanded sales beyond the Great Lakes region to truly become a recognized leader in the luxury motor yacht market. In fact, the motor yacht became synonymous with the Carver brand in the early 1990s. In 1991, Carver was acquired by Genmar Holdings, Inc. By the late 1990s, all Carver Yachts included no structural wood below the waterline, and fiberglass stringers. In 2000, the largest Carver Yacht was introduced-the 57 Voyager Pilothouse.

In 2003, the company acquired manufacturing facilities in Fano, Italy, to build its new line of Nuvari Yachts, partnering with the respected naval architecture firm Nuvolari-Lenard. The year also marked the debut of the Wisconsin-built Marquis Class.