2013 Carver Yacht C34, The new Carver C34 is the essence of a Carver Yacht, merging durability and space with modern convenience and efficient design. This exciting new yacht will revolutionize expectations in its class with unmatched ergonomic and spacious layout complemented by forward thinking, design, innovation and styling. The first in an entirely new and exciting series of yachts from Carver, the C34 is handcrafted with pride in the United States. The C34, making its world debut in December 2012, will raise the bar for yachts in this size class.
- Electrical Systems
- 110 Volt System: System consists of a 30 amp service supported by Marinco® 50' (15.2 m) shore power cord. Ground fault circuit interrupters are incorporated into the onboard system.;12 Volt System: Powered by an array of Series 31 12 volt batteries. Array includes two dedicated engine starting batteries and one dedicated 'house' battery. Battery banks are charged by a 60 amp charger for each bank. System ammeters are located on the ship's 12 volt distribution panel and voltmeters at the helm station. Battery ON/OFF switch for the house battery is installed in the salon and the selector switch for engine batteries is located in the engine compartment.;Television: Cable television is supported by onboard inlets in the salon and master stateroom and a 50' (15.2 m) cable to connect to shore outlet..
- Electronics And Navigation
- Bilge Pumps: Two 1,500 gallon(5678 liter) per hour automatic bilge pumps are installed, each with a manual on/off switch at the helm. A float switch for the high bilge water alarm is installed in the engine compartment.;Blige Ventilation: Four ventilator blowers are installed in the engine compartment. Each blower creates 240 CFM volume.;CO Alarms: Monitors with alarms are installed in both staterooms and the salon.;Compass: 4.5" flush mount, illuminated Richie® Navigator compass is mounted at the helm.;Engine Alarms: Engine oil pressure and water temperature alarms are installed at the helm.;Fire Suppression System: An FE241 Fireboy® automatic fire suppression system is installed in the C34's engine compartment.;Seacocks: Marine grade bronze seacocks are used on all below the waterline thru hulls. Nylon fittings are used on above the waterline outlets..
- Additional Equipment
- Bridge - Helm Accessory space: for installing navigation equipment Adapter: 12V Beverage holders: (3) recessed, selfdraining DC fuse panel for helm electronics Dash: molded fiberglass Displays: (1 for each engine) digital LCD; tachometer, hourmeter, engine oil pressure, engine coolant temperature, engine battery voltage, fuel usage, fuel trip usage, engine diagnostics, fuel level, and rudder angle (1 for each engine) Helm seat: swivel pedestal, high-quality marine-grade upholstery, embroidery stitching, and arm rests Light, courtesy, recessed Rocker switch controls Steering system: hydraulic Storage locker Tilt steering wheel Command Bridge Air Deflector: Plexiglass® wind deflector is installed on the leading edge of the command bridge. Beverage Holders: Three stainless steel recessed beverage holders are on the command bridge. Courtesy Lights: Three recessed 12volt courtesy lights are installed on the C34 command bridge. Helm: Swivel captain's seat, DC fuse panel for electronics, tilt steering wheel, 12 volt accessory outlet. Seating: Adjustable helm chair. Wrap around seating with table, storage under wrap around seat cushions. Aft sun pad. Construction Hull bottom: Surface beneath the water line is sand blasted to create an optimal bonding surface for the anti-fouling paint. Sea Hawk® brand antifouling paint is sprayed onto the hull to create a smooth running bottom. Hull, Deck & Superstructure: Hand-laid structural and nonstructural fiberglass and core laminates bonded with infused epoxy resin. Integral aluminum truss reinforcement in cabintop structure Interior bulkheads, cabinets and drawers: precision cut, hand crafted cabinets constructed from a selection of woods and high pressure laminates. Drawers are lined with laminate. Stringer System: Fiberglass encapsulated foam stringers are used throughout the yacht. Decks Foredeck Access: Wide walkways are on each side of the cabin top and provide safe, secure access from the cockpit to the foredeck. Foredeck Hatch with screen. Mooring Cleats: 10" (25 cm) mooring cleats are used at the bow, stern and amidships (total of seven cleats). Cleats are secured using aluminum backing plated fused into the vessel's laminate. Rails: 1" (2.5 cm) 316 stainless steel rails are used throughout the vessel. Rail stanchion bases are secured using aluminum backing plates laminated into the deck's fiberglass lay-up. Engine Room Bilges: coated with white, low-VOC gelcoat Insulation: acoustical & thermal, vinyl vapor barrier