Sea testing for Carver's new C34 a success

Carver's follow-up to the C52 Coupe is shorter, stronger

October 2017 News Vanessa Oler Web Exclusive

Pulaski, Wisc (October 4, 2017)Carver Yachts announced today successful completion of sea tests for a C34 Coupe, to debut at this year’s Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show. This 34’ LOA boat is the shortest-to-date offering and required the kind of innovation we’ve come to expect from Carver.

To keep the C34 lighter without sacrificing strength, Carver uses a unique vacuum infused resin technology that draws in a precise amount of resin to saturate the fiberglass laminate, rather than "over wetting" like other processes can do. This state-of-the-art technology, used to create the hull and many other component parts, results in the elimination of voids and excess fiberglass and resin build-up making the part both lighter and stronger.

Next, fiberglass stringers provide additional structural integrity, reinforcing the bow as well as the hull bottom. These stringers are created using multiple layers of fiberglass-engineered fabric for lighter weight, superior strength and resistance to water damage, making the C34 one of the strongest, and best performing boats in its class.

The C34 Coupe comes on the heels of last year’s C52 Coupe, gaining popularity in its own right throughout the year. Elegant, spacious, and sophisticated are just a few words used to describe this boat by new owners and those of us who keep Carver at the top of our wish list. Comfy and pleasing to the eye, the yacht boasts a structurally impressive design that makes the most of interior space while maintaining full functionality. Look for our full run-down of the C52 Coupe in December’s issue of Great Lakes Boating Magazine.

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