2001 Carver Voyager 370

$69,500
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Port Canaveral, FL

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Class Power
Category Motor Yachts
Year 2001
Make Carver
Length 37'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Port Canaveral, FL
Speed and Distance
Cruising Speed
18
Dimensions
Nominal Length
37
Length Overall
40
Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity
300
Holding Tank Capacity
100
Engine Model Mercruiser
Engine Hours 800
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Shape Other
2001 Carver Voyager 370

2001 Carver Voyager 374 this boat is kept in fresh water until 2017! All top sides have been painted in AwlGip and bottom paint repainted in 2017.

Sunbrella flybridge enclosure is approx. 5 years old and in great condition.

40' LOA, equipped with twin 7.4L fuel injected 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. 1000 hrs each and run perfectly.

Equipped with a 7.4KW Kohler genset, 28,000 BTU of reverse cycle heat/air in 2 separate units, 83 gal fresh water (11 in waterheater), and 300 gal fuel. AC unit in Galley just replaced in October 2018


Queen sleeper in forward cabin and single in port cabin. Sleeper 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 enclosed shower.

Garmin color chartplotter/GPS, 2 VHF radios, 2 FM/CD players, 2 flat screen TV's, microwave, coffeepot, blender, Playstation 3 allincluded!

Seller: The boat has spent 90% of its life in fresh water. Technically it is tannic water, because it is at the head of the st. Johns River. Current owner moved the vessel to the East Coast of Florida last November.

 

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