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- Location: Florida
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- Scurvy Dog
- Posts: 1
- Joined: February 5th, 2020, 8:55 pm
- Vessel Info: 1993 Carver Voyager '37 "Let It Go"
- Location: Vancouver, WA
I just found this site and am pleased to know I am the good company of Carver owners. My gas-fueled Carver Voyager 370 ('93) is my second Carver having made the jump from the 28 Carver Voyager when I was a solo owner and operator. My marriage 5 years ago, prompted the search for a larger boat when my 6'0 husband and non-boater began to protest the smaller and less accessible birth. I thought it might be a really short marriage, but when we found this boat, it secured our future together. When I had the survey done, I spent the time with the surveyor and he spent the time checking the mattress in the birth. It was thumbs up from both of us, and today he is the captain driving the boat (and docking) with ease, and I gladly serve as the first mate. However, I still am the one spending more time in the engine compartment and bilge so it is wonderful to have a 'go-to' resource when determining if it is a DIY project or a call to the experts that it may require.
My husband and I cruise the Columbia River. Most of our cruising is within a 120 mile area that takes us from Bonneville Dam to Astoria, at the mouth of the Columbia.
Thanking all of you in advance for whatever information I may be requesting in the future as well as the excellent resource I see is already available to me.
'Let It Go"
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- Posts: 4162
- Joined: July 10th, 2015, 9:58 pm
- Vessel Info: 1989 Carver 3807
- Location: Ontario, Canada
- Has thanked: 273 times
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Ya we have a great crew here for sure, lots of knowledge, and the forum administrators do a great job. We've come a long way since the first post in 2013.
- Posts: 297
- Joined: February 16th, 2013, 5:46 pm
- Vessel Info: '99 404 CPMY
my twin diesel pusher
- Location: Kennewick, Wa
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I've spent time in various parts of that state (last up in Omak) but never thought there'd be enough water in the southeast section to float a big boat! Apparently I was wrong! I just looked at the maps and didn't realize there were very large sections of navigable water between the dams.
- CYO Moderator
- Posts: 2043
- Joined: February 5th, 2013, 9:24 pm
- Vessel Info: 1987 3697 Carver Mariner
1988 Cougar 46 Kevlar Vee offshore
1969 15' Glaspar / 1969 Johnson Electrmatic 85
1964 Barron Flat bottom drag boat
A couple of dinghies
- Location: Saint Joseph and Trenton, MI
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1964 Barron Flatbottom with BBC Chevy
1969 Glaspar Avalon /1969 Johnson Electromatic 85
1987 Carver Mariner
1988 Cougar Kevlar 46' with triple blown 572s
Past - 1988 2807, 1989 4207 Aft
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