1999 Carver 530 Voyager Pilothouse
|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
|Location||Pickwick Lake, Tn, MS|
|Engines / Systems|
|Electronics / Navigation|
|Manufacturer Provided Description|
The Carver 530 Voyager Pilothouse has a distinctive profile and exquisite comfort and style, with remarkable fuel capacity. Designed for entertaining as well as for the helmsman's comfort, the flybridge offers a large dinette - lounge, seating for eight, a wet bar, plus afterdeck storage for a dingy up to 10-feet long. Large sliding glass doors lead from the cockpit to the luxurious cabin where frameless windows enhance light and visibility. A companionway and door lead from pilothouse to bridge, and there's a starboard side deck access door. Three different galley plans offer a choice of more countertop area, extra cabinets, or additional entertainment space, plus the standard three-burner stove with oven, built-in convection microwave oven, Subzero refrigerator with separate freezer, and solid-surface countertops.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
|Engine Make||Twin Cummins Diesels|
|Engine Model||450C Diamond Series|
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
The 1999 Carver 530 Voyager Pilothouse has a sleek profile and all-weather cruising capability. Her three-stateroom cherry wood interior is arranged with the galley in the salon in typical pilothouse fashion. The full-beam owner's stateroom is admidships, and the salon has close to 7-feet of headroom. Forward, the pilothouse has a wraparound helm with a tilt-back swivel seat, direct bridge access, excellent visibility, and joystick steering. Additional features include cockpit access to the engine room, a spacious flybridge wint an L-shaped settee and davit, sea chests (to reduce thru-hull openings), and side exhausts.