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Late 80's to early 90's Carver

Discussion in 'Carver Yacht' started by Carat, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. Carat

    Carat New Member

    Jul 15, 2017
    Hi. I'm looking for a live aboard yacht ( 30-35ft) and there are several Carver's for sale around my area, plus a few Silverton and Cruisers. I like the layout if the Santego. I found one with diesel engines, and the rest have gas engines. All twin set up.
    I plan to live on the lake for awhile then move to the coast and eventually cruise to Bahamas.
    Which engine set up is better? Anyone else live aboard a Carver?
    Btw...I'm a noob here, to yachts and living aboard. But I hope to learn a lot. :)
  2. Uk4life

    Uk4life New Member

    Apr 29, 2012
    Cincinnati, Oh
    My cousin has a Santego and they really like it. I like it a lot too and think it has a great layout, up top and below. In my opinion, diesel engines make it an excellent boat! The previous owner would spend 2-3 weeks at a time on the Great Lakes.
  3. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

    Jul 11, 2005
    Fort Lauderdale
    Diesel by far. Much more reliable AND fuel efficient.

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