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Carver Yachts introduces 54-footer

Carver Yachts announced the unveiling of its newest yacht, the 54 Voyager, which is making its first appearance at the Norwalk (Conn.) Boat Show and the Lido Boat Show in Newport Beach, Calif.

“This new yacht design has been highly anticipated by our customers and dealers. Our company is very proud of the achievement in style, innovation and accommodations on this boat. We believe it is important to launch the new model in a grand fashion to our valued customers,” Carver Yachts president Robert VanGrunsven said in a statement.

The 54V holds true to the command bridge Voyager series that has been successful for the company, Carver said. The design focuses on space, layout, function, long-range cruising and efficiency. It offers accommodations for overnight and entertaining.

Carver Yachts is a division of Marquis Yachts LLC.

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