Carver Yachts Will Introduce New C50 Command Bridge At 2016 Yachts Miami Beach Boat Show

Carver C50 Command Bridge

 

Jan 26, 2016

Carver Yachts has announced that it will introduce its new flagship, the C50 Command Bridge, at the 2016 Yachts Miami Beach Boat Show in February. With three staterooms, two heads, one of the most spacious layouts in its class, and a wide variety of unique design elements and thoughtful amenities, this will be one of the most exciting new model introductions in Carver’s venerable 60-plus year history.  

The elegant, stylish C50 features a distinctive bow shape with raised sheerline, giving the yacht more available interior space as well as more comfortable performance in offshore sea conditions. The single-level, walk-around side deck is easily accessible from the wide-open cockpit with its large, fixed swim platform, ensuring that the C50 will be easy for couples or small families to handle. It also provides effortless access to an attractive foredeck seating arrangement.  

In fact, the C50 is all about easy access. Moulded steps ascend to the spacious bridge deck, where owners and guests alike will enjoy plenty of comfortable seating and the integrated wet bar with grill and refrigerator/icemaker. 

To learn more about Carver Yachts, visit www.CarverYachts.com. And don’t miss the C50 Command Bridge introduction at the Yachts Miami Beach Boat Show, scheduled for February 11-15, 2016. The Carver display is located across from the Fontainebleau Hotel on Collins Ave. 

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