When it comes to grand adventure out in the sea, nothing comes close to the luxurious space and functional styling of Carver yachts. Among these is the Carver 2897 that has a good length of 28 feet and a beam of 11 feet. The hull is made of FRV technology or fiberglass reinforced plastic materials. This hardworking in-board is powered by a twin Crusader v8 gas engine rated at 350 hp. These engines have a full capacity of 150 gallons to last 600 hours of continuous cruising or max speed.
Close encounters to the Carver 2897 Mariner brings back memories of its predecessor, the Carver 2896 Mariner. This one is the same 28 feet long in-board with twin gas-fed engines. Most specifications are almost the same, being that they belong to the same line of yacht model. A longer and more powerful Carver 330 Mariner offers a better choice to seafarers who are on for bigger and longer functions out in the water. This sibling to the 2896 and 2897 has an overall length of 33 feet and a beam of 13 feet.
This powerful choice in the Mariners line is powered by a twin Crusader gas-fed engines. These engines can reach 400 hp and last about 440 hours in the water when fully loaded with fuel. These days, this Mariner is still among the most visible in the Marina. This sub-model is also among the favorites of seafarers and water sport adventurers, along with the Carver 350 Mariner and the rest of the Mariners line. It is also among the best sellers of the Carver to this date.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 2897 Mariner are: Delaware, Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Minnesota, Texas, California, Alabama, Illinois, Georgia, Louisiana, Virginia, Michigan, South Carolina, New Jersey, Washington, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Missouri and New York.