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- Scurvy Dog
- Posts: 3
- Joined: November 12th, 2018, 11:47 pm
- Vessel Info: 1991 Carver 26
- Location: Lynden, WA
Just finished looking at a boat that isn't seen much in Pacific NW, but appears to fill our needs for a transition boat. Just repowered with a new long block 383, original volvo penta outdrive, appears to be in very nice shape. My admiral and I are 6 years from retirement, and plan to cruise between Bellingham and Alaska and points between in a boat we can't yet afford.
So, for just weekend San Juan Island cruising, or Vancouver Island, we have been on a search for a "transition boat". This Carver 26 meets our objectives but with so few like this around I have the standard questions: are there any particular caveats with this model? Anyone else in the Puget Sound with one of these that can speak from experience? Are Carver boats of this size typically utilizing an exchanger and fresh water cooling (forgot to ask)?
Last question: with a command bridge and a bimini top, I don't see where radar would be easily installed, short of a radar arch over the bimini.
Thanks for any thoughts or advice for this newbie
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