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Carver Yachts Debuts C37 Coupe at Miami International Boat Show

PULASKI, WI--(Marketwired - January 16, 2014) - Yacht buyers are going to find Carver Yachts' new C37 Coupe a blast when it launches next month.

That's because the Carver C37 is designed for cruising speeds at or above 40 mph, along with delivering all of the homelike spaciousness and exceptional features yacht owners have come to expect from Carver. The Pulaski, Wis.-based yacht-builder will unveil the Carver C37 Coupe on Feb. 13 during the 2014 Miami International Boat Show.

The Carver C37 Coupe is the third all-new yacht Carver has introduced over the past year in its aggressive, unmatched product development plan.

Robert VanGrunsven, president of Marquis Yachts, LLC, which makes Carver and Marquis yachts, said it's an excellent addition to Carver's popular new C-class line of yachts, breaking new ground for Carver with its coupe styling and speed on the water.

"People will love the new C37 both for how it looks and how it performs," VanGrunsven said.

The C37 Coupe has a 13' beam, a planning hull and running surface, which provide enhanced stability and a smooth, dry ride. When equipped with twin Mercruiser 377 Magnum B3 stern drives, the Carver C37 is expected to deliver top end speed in excess of 40 mph. Twin diesel engines are also available. 

A key design feature is the C37 Coupe's swim platform design, which has the cockpit, salon, galley and helm station unified on a single-level floor plan. Carver's development of an innovative water-barrier, salon door system means that there are no steps or impediments when walking from the cockpit into the salon. Additional unique features on the C37 Coupe include a power-actuated sunroof in the salon ceiling, extra-wide walkways around side decks, private staterooms, L-shaped cockpit seating and an island berth in the master stateroom.

"Over the past 60 years Carver has earned a reputation for building high quality, dependable boats and yachts that deliver more homelike features than the competition," VanGrunsven said. "Through our use of superior engineering and modern construction technology, we are able to offer our new models to the market at very attractive prices," said VanGrunsven. "Our new Carvers represent the very best value in the industry."

The first C37 is scheduled for sea trials off the coast of Southern Florida in late January. The yacht will then be on display in Carver Yachts' indoor exhibition (display location C71) at the Miami Beach Convention Center during the 2014 Miami International Boat Show Feb. 13-17. 

About Carver Yachts

Carver Yachts is a brand designed, built and marketed by Marquis Yachts, LLC, an independent and privately owned company. Carver Yachts have been hand crafted for 60 years at the company's American yacht yard in Pulaski, Wisconsin. The brand is represented throughout the world by a network of independent dealers. For more information call Dick Nocenti, Director of Marketing, at 920.822.7223 or visit www.carveryachts.com .

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