45' 0" CARVER 1989

Our Tern

NEW LOWER PRICE!  This beautiful 1989 Carver Californian 45 was well cared for by its owners over the past years and the interior and exterior of "Our Tern" shows.  Large staterooms and entertaining areas provide comfort and roominess needed for long voyages or relaxing weekends on the water.  Whether you are looking for a floating second home, a coastal cruiser or perhaps a vessel suitable for a moored short term rental, this Carver can serve every purpose.  Ready for its next owners, it can be easily seen near St. Michaels, Md.
Entering the Aft Deck via a transom door above the swim platform, a spacious area for entertaining with wicker style seating and a beautiful wood cabinet with sink, storage above and below.  Wood exit doors on either side exit to the walkways accessing the forward deck.  A companionway ladder slightly off center to port accesses the flybridge area.
Entering the center companionway down in to the spacious salon area, beautiful wood cabinetry throughout, couch seating to starboard and a single seat to port.  Moving forward a galley down configuration to port and dinette with room for four to starboard.  Beautiful wood cabinetry throughout in very good condition.  Moving forward of the galley, one finds a forward stateroom with a double berth and an on suite bath with enclosed shower.  Moving aft of the salon down a companionway, one finds a spacious master suite with a large double berth, ample natural lighting through portholes, beautiful wood cabinetry on both port and starboard.  An en suite bath with enclosed shower to starboard.  The engine room is accessed via the galley salon companionway.
Overall height with arch 17 feet 3 inches; without arch 13 feet 9 inches.
Wing Doors with hardtop
12.5 Koehler diesel genset
Air conditioning with heat cycle
7" spotlight
electronics arch
overboard discharge for heads
central vacuum
washer dryer
Shore power port and stbd
19" tv's master and salon
wet bar with storage
exterior carpet in bridge and aft deck
exterior seating and table
pedestal seating with arm rests
full canvas with eisenglass
teak cabinetry
teak and holly sole in galley
Galley down
Regular full size refrigerator
Stainless steel sinks (2)
Teak cabinetry and trim
porthole for natural light
formica counter tops
exceptionally clean three burner stove (appears to have never been used, it is that clean!)
microwave below burners
DeLonghi toaster oven
Dometic Heads
Vacuflush system
Enclosed showers
Sink with storage underneath
Teak trim
Very clean and spacious
Detroit 6-71 TI
Serial numbers:6A459673 / 6A459807
Year manufactured 1989

The 6-71 is an inline six cylinder diesel engine.   The 71 refers to the displacement in cubic inches of each cylinder.  The engine's compression ratio is 18.7:1 with a 4.250 inch bore and a 5.00 inch stroke.  The engine weighs 2,185 lb (991 kg) and is 54 inches long, 29 inches wide and 41 inches tall.   The 6-71 is a two stroke engine. As the engine will not naturally aspirate, air is provided via a roots-type blower.  However, on the 6-71T models, a turbocharger and a supercharger are utilized.  Fuel is provided by unit injectors, one per cylinder. The amount of fuel injected into the engine is controlled by the engine's governor. The engine cooling is via liquid in a water jacket. Cool external water is pumped into the engine and passed through a heat exchanger mounted on or nearby in a "double loop" configuration.
Running gear:
2 inch shafts
Bronze rudder and V struts
Twin disc MG-509 gears
Extensive collection of manuals for all equipment and cruising navigation guides
Large spacious fiberglass deck storage bin
Lofrans Project electric windlass
foot operated windlass switches
stainless steel railing all around
stainless fender storage on railings port and stbd
Stainless steel cleats
freshwater washdown for groundtackle
Icom M604 VHF radio
Furuno FI 50 Depth Speed Log Temp
Simrad AP28 Autopilot
Furuno Navnet 3D
Bow Thruster
Morse style controls 
Ritchie compass
At Curtis Stokes & Assoc. all of our listings are available for co-brokerage on a 50-50 commission split agreement when the selling broker shows the listing and attends the survey. If the selling broker requires a courtesy showing and we are available to conduct a courtesy showing on our listing, the co-brokerage commission split is 60% listing commission and 40% selling commission. If the selling broker does not attend the survey, the co-brokerage commission split is 70% listing commission and 30% selling commission.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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