Carver Yachts is not only a company that builds boats, but each boat embraces the Carver Life, a combination of boats, people, lifestyle and adventures. Isn’t this is what boating is all about? Carver Yachts grew from mahogany runabouts in Wisconsin in the 1960’s, to cruisers in the 1970’s. The Voyager series came about in 1990’s as an upscale long-range cruiser. Simply, what you end up are yachts that are spacious, highly functional, and dependable world-class cruisers.
With a name like Scylla, you have discovery, adventure, and mayhem on the high seas. Coming from the pages of Homer’s Odyssey, Scylla and her counterpart Charybdis protected the entrance to the Strait of Messina... The rest, well you just have to read the book. A classic read for sure, and a good enough excuse to relax up on the skybridge, or to sit back on a deck lounger.
So Why Should You Buy This Boat?
Bow Thruster – This is something you rarely see on a boat under 40’. Installed by the owner, the bow thruster complements docking procedures, and comes in handy if you are short-handed, or fighting a breeze while you are trying to dock or disembark.
Osmosis Water Maker – For those extended journeys, the Rainman reverse osmosis water maker will take ocean water, and remove the salt and other little creatures, for safe human consumption.
Satellite Phone – No worries if you are out of cell phone range, for the Iridium Go! Satellite communications can turn any cell phone into a satellite phone, by simply downloading the apps. Now you can keep in contact with family and friends.
Well Thought-out Cabin – Open and airy, the cabin provides great functionality when it comes to relaxation. Whether underway, at anchor, or dockside on a rainy day, Scylla will accommodate you in comfort with peace of mind. The lower bunks can easily convert into an extended seating area, while the skybridge extended seating area, can easily double as a daybed. From lounging to spotting shooting stars, Scylla can do for you.
Cummins Reliability –With 560 HP at your disposal, you can easily cruise 12-14 Knots at an easy pace of just under 2000 rpm, about 7 US G/hr. If economics is more your style, 8 Knots will reflect just 1200 RPM with very little burn. When it eventually comes to changing the fluids, a powered oil change system takes the messy work of draining and filling.
Zodiac Tender - With a centre console and 15 HP outboard, this hard-bottom tender in partnership with dependable Nick Jackson Davits, you now have options. From motoring to community marinas to pick up supplies or guests, visit other boaters, or to take Fido shore, your vacation just got extended.
Some Upgrades – As boats age, so too their systems. Proud owners know this and are most happy to pass on their efforts. See below:
New carpeting throughout (2011)
New battery bank (2015)
Espar furnace reconditioned (2012)
New Electric Head (2011)
New BBQ (2015)
Chartplotter upgrades (2015)
So much more to tell you, so open and read “Full Details” and be ready to plan your next landfall. Then call us to arrange your own private showing. You will clearly be glad that you did. The Broughtons or the San Juans? Why not do both?
Displacement: 21,100 lbs
Number of Heads: 1
1 x 297 US Gal aluminum (Diesel)
2 x 70 US Gal plastic (water)
1 x 35 US Gal plastic (holding)
Engine #1 and #2
Model: 6BTA 9.5-M (230 HP)
Make: Yamaha (15 HP)
Kohler 5 kW generator (307 hrs)
Espar Diesel furnace
Sunbrella top with 80 mill strata glass
Garmin 1020 XS Chartplotter (dual station)
Iridium Go! Satellite Communication (cell phone conversion)
Rainman reverse osmosis water maker
Uniden and Horizon VHF on both helms
1x 43 lb plough
120’ 5/16thchain + 50’ nylon rode
Maxwell 800 2-way 12V windlass