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Carver Yachts plans 34-footer

Carver Yachts is introducing the first model in a new series - the Carver 34 Fly - that emphasizes value and will debut in December.

“We are developing new, finely crafted yachts while remaining true to what made Carver the respected brand it is today,” Carver president Robert VanGrunsven said in the release. “The 34 Fly will be the first in this series and it is sure to make a big impression in the industry later this year. We are very excited with this new venture and see this new product line to be exactly what the market is now demanding: Great design, comfort and space, and most importantly tremendous value, as compared to what is currently offered on the market.”

“Yacht enthusiasts want a durable and functional yacht supported by an exceptional value proposition,” vice president of marketing and sales Erik Nelson said in a statement.

“We designed this new series of yachts, starting with the 34 Fly, for anyone who wants to enjoy the water and create lasting memories with their families at an affordable and justifiable price,” Nelson added.

Carver Yachts is a privately owned boatbuilder based in Pulaski, Wis.

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