Manufacturer Provided Description
The Carver 506 Motor Yacht is the most outstanding example of Carver's raised gunnel design. First seen on Carver's 350 Mariner, this unique design combines the spaciousness and accommodations of the traditional aft cabin with the sleek, contemporary styling of an express cruiser. And, added touches like smoother, more contoured edges, graceful curves, nearly flush walkdecks, and elliptical windows create sleeker, more streamlined styling. Topside, the command bridge is available with full hard enclosures, optional air conditioning, and seating for nine. With over 100 square feet of aft deck space, and an optional central island wetbar with an icemaker and refrigerator, owners discover the entertainment potential. Overhead, the 506's unique hardtop structure with built-in retractable sunroof lets in the sun or protects the crew from the rain. Below deck, the Carver 506 Motor Yacht has cherry wood paneling and cabinetry, designer hardware and fixtures, and solid-surface countertops that provide stunning detail to the main cabin. Because the salon, galley, and dinette stretch the full width of the beam, the open-concept living environment is perfect for entertaining friends. Plus, guests standing in the fully equipped, casually sunken galley, or seated in the salon, can enjoy a perfect line of sight outdoors through the 506's two-tiered window system. The 506 has three full staterooms, each with a private head for added privacy and luxury. The master stateroom aft features incredible amounts of storage, a queen-size, inner-spring island berth, and a private head with separate water closet and shower compartments. Forward, the guest stateroom offers another queen-size island berth, inner-spring mattress, and a large private head. To port, a third stateroom provides a full-size locker, a private head, and a split-berth arrangement.
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