From 34 to 52 feet in length the Carver Coupe Range stands out as unique compared with other coupe cruisers for two reasons. First, whereas most coupes in this range have some version of a vented hardtop or a covered bridge deck that’s fully open aft, a Carver Coupe offers a fully enclosed cabin, complete with glass doors between the salon and cockpit. Second, in contrast with most of the boats in this class with slim V-hulls that taper to a point toward the stem, the Carver opts for a plumb bow design that carries the beam farther forward in a more rounded fashion. The result is a wider foredeck and more living space in the forward cabin below.
From 36 to 52 feet the Carver Command Bridge Range blends forward-thinking design, comfort with performance, and is acknowledged for its spacious interior for yachts this size. There’s an open floorplan from the helm, through the galley to the salon. Open the sliding glass doors near the galley and you’ve got a large space extending from helm to the aft deck. Windows on all sides create 360-degree views and add a spacious feel to the interior. A distinctive plumb stem, high topsides, and modestly aerodynamic deckhouse are contemporary without being extreme, and they define a high-volume structure that makes a bold statement about the future direction of Carver in the marketplace.