Did you know that now famous Carver boats were products of hobbyists Charlie Carter and George Vergahen. Everything started in a garage in Milwaukee way back in 1954 and quickly rise to fame paving the way to Wisconsin where a bigger warehouse and production location has has become the home of Carver boats. Continuously working for the innovative ideas led to the Carver Nuvari yachts series, which were built in Fano, Italy after a manufacturing facility there become available.
Wisconsin is mostly the point of manufacturing of Carver marquee yachts. This is the house for most of its famous lines like the Carver 2896 Mariner. This is among the huge and luxurious yachts produced by Carver. It is measured at 28 feet and powered by a twin gasoline engine, making it also among the powerful seafarers toys in the waters. The 2896 Mariner is not alone in its line, it is joined by the same length adventure yachtthe Carver 2897 Mariner. This in-board has a hull of fiberglass reinforced plastic or the FRV hull type.
A longer sibling at 35 feet is the Carver 350 Mariner. This in-board is also powered by a twin gas engine. This is very close to another yacht in line, the Carver 36 Mariner. This one has a longer 36 feet 7 inches overall length. It has a beam of 12 feet 9 inches and a draft of 37 inches. The Carver 36 Mariner has a gross weight of 19500 pounds with full fuel and water.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 2896 Mariner are: Ohio, Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, New Jersey, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Missouri, North Carolina, California, Delaware, Illinois, Tennessee, Washington, New York, Wisconsin, Georgia and Minnesota.