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Old 12-09-2016, 10:25 AM   #1
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Default 2001 Carver Voyager 374

LOWERED PRICE! - $68,999..................SOLD

2001 Carver Voyager 374 Convertible Flybridge Motor Yacht -

This boat is kept in fresh water! All top sides have been painted in AwlGip (no waxing needed) and bottom paint is 4 years old. Custom Sunbrella flybridge enclosure is approx. 5 years old and in great condition as the boat is kept under cover year 'round. Although listed as a 37' vessel, it's actually 40' LOA.

Equipped with twin 7.4L fuel injected (MPI) Mercruisers and Borg Warner Velvet-Drive transmissions. All service regularly performed at 100 hr intervals (water pump impellers, water filters, oil change/filter). Plugs and cap/rotor every 200 hrs. Engines currently have approx. 800 hrs and run perfectly.

Equipped with a 7.4KW Kohler genset with low hours (runs all systems)

28,000 BTU of reverse cycle heat/air in 2 separate units (12,500 & 16000)

Carries 83 gal fresh water (2- 36 gal saddle tanks and 11 gal in the new stainless water heater), and 300 gal fuel.

Queen sleeper in forward cabin and single+ in port cabin. Sleeper sofa in salon pulls out for a double bed and flybridge table drops down with cushions for another double.

Vacu-flush head and 6' 6" headroom throughout boat, including the glass enclosed shower.

Garmin color GPS/chartplotter, 2 VHF radios, 2 FM/CD/MP3 players, 2 flat screen TV's, microwave, coffeepot, blender, Playstation 3 (doubles as blu-ray player) all included!


Accommodations:

A/C (2) - 12,000 BTU in forward berth, port berth, and head; 16,500 BTU in salon and galley; Flat Screen TV (2) - master berth and salon; Freezer; Fridge; Microwave; Pressurized Water; Shower

Mechanical Equipment:

Bow Pulpit with remote windlass - foot controls on bow at windlass and dash control on flybridge; Fresh water cooling system; Engine Alarms and remote engine room fire system; Engine Room Lighting; Single midship Fuel Tank (297 gal)

Electronics & Navigation Gear:

CD Player with bluetooth; Cockpit Tables; Compass; Depth Instrument; DVD Player (PS3); Fuel Gauge; GPS (Garmin); Navigation Lights; Plotter; Spotlight; Tachometer; Television (2); VHF (2)

Electrical System:

110v AC Outlets; Switch Circuit Breakers; AC Electric Panel; Accessory Switches; 4 New house batteries; 4-bank Battery Charger; Cockpit Lighting; Docking Lights; Gauges; Generator (Kohler 7.4KW); Horn; Hour Meter; Night Lighting; Shore Power; Shore Power Cords; Speakers; Stereo (2); HD Television Antena; Blue & white Under Water Lights on separate circuits; White cockpit lights with purple LED's on separate circuits, Water Heater

Deck & Hull Equipment:

3 hatch access in cockpit; Anchor; Fenders; Full Enclosure; all Lines; walk-thru Transom Door; Transom Shower; Cockpit Cover; Eisenglass; Alarm; Bilge Pump; Bright Cockpit Lighting; 3 new Carbon Monoxide Detectors; Dock Lines; Emergency Bilge Pump; Fenders; Fire Extinguisher; Fire Suppression System; Fume Detector

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PLEASE NOTE : The boat is in excellent condition, has no mechanical issues, and only 830 hours, and shows better than any other vessel her year. The boat has been loved and very well taken care of. Second owner!

I have many more pics available, just ask for them. Leave a number and I'll text or email them. I'll also answer any questions asked.

$68,999 - Central Florida (Lake Monroe). Kept under cover at the marina in Sanford.

Thank for taking the time to look.
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Old 12-09-2016, 10:26 AM   #2
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Sorry about the pic size. I'll reformat the rest before uploading.
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Old 12-09-2016, 10:59 AM   #3
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Here are some additional pics. More to come.
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Old 12-14-2016, 06:18 AM   #4
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Super great boat, smooth ride. All systems work perfectly. Awl Grip painted. New cockpit carpet and aft mooring canvas.

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What is the length of the bed in the Front cabin? Found most of the beds look nice, but rather short.
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Old 12-19-2016, 07:32 PM   #6
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About 6'3 or better. I'm 6' 3" and fit no problem (pillows on there make it look smaller). We usually sleep on the pull out sofa though
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Old 12-25-2016, 08:30 AM   #7
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Old 12-25-2016, 10:53 AM   #8
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Fuel consumption?
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Old 12-29-2016, 05:38 PM   #9
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Cruising speed (1800-2000 RPM) nets approx 9 mph, depending on wind & current. Burns 2.5 GPH per engine. That's mainly where I run it. Only up on plane about once a month for <5 min. Fuel injected, so never carb loading issues
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Old 01-07-2017, 08:29 AM   #10
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Bump.....seriously....it's a beautiful boat and well maintained!
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Bump.....seriously....it's a beautiful boat and well maintained!
To bad it's not up in Michigan. I would be checking it out. I have to go look at an 1998 this month. That one still four hours away in good weather.
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Old 01-07-2017, 09:58 AM   #12
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It's all the same water between Florida and Michigan. Do the 1/2 loop with it.
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It's all the same water between Florida and Michigan. Do the 1/2 loop with it.
I know, it would be a nice trip.
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Bump. Can't believe it's not getting more interest.
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40k it would get some interest
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40k it would get some interest
Worth way more than I'm asking. Why not just give it away?
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Old 01-27-2017, 11:57 AM   #17
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Try again.....
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Old 01-27-2017, 08:21 PM   #18
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What do these 370 Voyagers sell for? I have seen any were from 40k to 100g asking price. Years from 1993 to 2002. What people ask for and actual get are two different things some times.
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I think David Pascoe's review is really hurting the resale value of these Boats. When I first heard my coworkers friend had a 370 forsale. I went on line and the first thing I seen was his review. I stoped here for a few days. This boat was out. I had some more time later and have done some good research on this boat. His site is the only negative I have found.
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That review has been around forever and it's about the only negative one out there. You know how it is. If he's a fan of Bertram or Luhrs (or whatever), then everything else is shit. Carver has a great reputation from people that actually own them and have been thru the systems on the boat. The 370 is an older version. The 374 is the upgrade to that. Fit and finish is great. Mercruiser engines never have a hiccup. Never a problem with fuel system, wiring, plumbing, etc. Only the same minor maintenance as every other boat.

I watch the prices and the older 90's 370s are in the 40-70K range. The 374s bring 70-100K. But as any other 100K boat, gotta find the right buyer.
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