TURN-KEY AND READY TO GO!
HYDRAULIC SWIM PLATFORM - YACHT CONTROLLER
NEW STRATAGLASS ENCLOSURE - NEW UPHOLSTERY!
A beautiful version of one of Carver's most popular models. BOA VIDA is aggressively priced to sell as the owners have their eye on the next boat, She shows incredibly well and with her low engine hours and numerous factory options as well as upgrades under the watchful eye of her meticulous owners, she's surely one of the best opportunities in the Voyager market today.
She also boasts a factory hydraulic swim platform that many '04 Voyagers do not. All hydraulics have recently been rebuilt, and this provides the ability to carry a tender/jet ski either on the platform, AND/OR on the bridge deck via the davit.
And with the yacht controller she's as easy as can be for close quarters maneuvering. This is priceless and takes all the guesswork out of handling when in tight spaces, operating short-handed, or even in the locks on the loop!
A list of recent upgrades includes:
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With a background as a professional yacht delivery captain logging more than 70,000 nautical miles over the past 15 years, Rob has traveled extensively throughout the reaches of the Eastern and Western Caribbean, Central America, Bahamas and the US coastal waters aboard a wide variety of power and sailing vessels from 30' to over 100'.
Currently holding a USCG Master 200 Ton License, Rob brings his knowledge, experience and passion for boats and travel to SYS and their clients across the country in hopes of helping them discover and achieve their own boating dreams.
BOA VIDA is a prime example of the popular Carver 56 Voyager. Known for its cavernous interior, the Voyager is an excellent choice for those looking to do the loop, liveaboard, or local to long distance coastal cruising.
The owners have taken loving care of her and have made many upgrades to the boat over the tenure of their ownership. Serviced annually, and kept in excellent condition (the interior shows nearly new) this is an excellent opportunity. She's priced aggressively as they would like to see this one sell so they can move into their next vessel.
Please call for additional details. Owners are encouraging reasonable offers.
Entering through the transom boarding door, and through the cockpit you approach the rounded stainless sliding doors. Once in side, the spacious salon is aft, with the galley forward along the port side extending beyond the centerline. Stairs along the starboard side lead you to the pilothouse (AC/DC distribution panels are located here as well). Once in the pilothouse you have the lower helm, along with a large U-shaped settee, as well as the interior stairs/access to the air conditioned flybridge.
To starboard again, there is a pantograph door, and the stairs down leading to the guest accommodations.
Once below, a nicely lit hallway with accent alcove for artwork etc. leads you to the three staterooms. Aft is a full beam master with separate shower and head rooms *the shower doubles as a nearly full size tub as well)
Forward to port is the over/under guest stateroom, while the head to starboard acts as a day head as well as en-suite for the forward VIP, which houses an island queen berth and ample storage as well.
The deck layout on BOA VIDA provides a safe platform for anchoring, travel underway as well as entertaining on the bow under the sun. The aft side decks are a nice balance between a large salon, yet functional walkaround, while the forward side decks are full walkaround accessed via the Pantograph door from the lower wheelhouse.
Forwar there is a large sunpad, as well as the Maxwell windlass and large plough anchor.
Boarding BOA VIDA through the starboard side transom door, the cockpit has molded seating aft, behind a fixed mount table large enough for 6-8 people. There are numerous storage areas throughout, as well as engine room access, and stairs to the flybridge.
Aft of the cockpit lies the hydraulic swim platform for easy launching of the 11' tender.
The bridge on BOA VIDA provides comfortable entertaining space as well as a very functional operational platform while underway. Excellent visibility through clear eisenglass, and plenty of room for guests with seating for up to 10, along with a large Jenn-Aire grill, refrigerator, sink, and fixed mount dining table.
Accessed from the rear cockpit stairs or from the interior stairs at the the lower helm, there's also a Nautical structures davit and dinghy chocks on the aft end.
The climate-controlled upper helm is fully functional with a full array of electronics and excellent 360 degree visibility. Comfortable helm chairs make for easy long haul trips as well. With the clear eisenglass enclosure, seeing all that's around you is a breeze.
Accessed through the cockpit sole, the large lazarette aft offers ample storage, as well as access to the fuel tanks, steering gear, Isoboost isolators, AC units and Glendinning reels and buckets. Forward between the 2 400-gallon fuel tanks is the door to the engine room.
The Volvo D12s have under 900 hours and the space is very clean and workable in terms of equipment access. Service was just completed in May of 2020.
The Kohler generator lies forward in a sound shield and is in excellent condition with only 947 hours on the clock.
Entering from the cockpit through curved stainless sliders, the salon opens to a large nearly full beam area featuring neutral tone opposing seating providing a very comfortable space for lounging or entertaining guests. The new flooring updates the interior incredibly well, as do the custom Hunter Douglas blinds that were installed just three short years ago.
The galley on BOA VIDA rivals some small homes in terms of storage and amenities. A U-shaped, deck level galley offering granite countertops and loads of storage, it's very convenient and you're definitely still part of the party vs galley down options found on other vessels.
The lower helm on BOA VIDA is a mirror of the upper helm with a full array of electronics and gauges, and also offers a very large L-shaped settee for guests to accompany the captain while underway, or to use as an additional social space while entertaining.
The companionway to the guest cabins lies along the starboard side from the pilothouse.
The master stateroom is an extremely spacious full-beam enclave with separate head and shower rooms, and a massive tub, as well as laundry facilities,