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Paradise
44' Carver 444 Cockpit Motoryacht 2003

$ 199,000

Paradise is a Carver 44' 444 Cockpit Motoryacht currently listed for sale on the market. While this boat is not currently listed with United Yacht Sales, our team is happy to work on your behalf in the research and potential sale of the vessel. Our commitment to our clients is to find the best yacht available that fits the their needs, no matter where its listed. United is a professional yacht brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Motor Yachts and similar boats.

          THE ULTIMATE GREAT LOOPER! LUXURIOUS 

 AND SPACIOUSNESS - 2 FULL BEAM STATEROOMS W/HEADS!

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2003 Carver 444 Cockpit Motor Yacht....This Caver Cockpit Motor Yacht has only 1720 hours on it's efficient Cummins Diamond Series engines with a fresh 1000 hour service. This boat is ready for you and your family to enjoy trouble free boating and make many wonderful memories. A spacious Aft Cabin layout and a beautiful Cherry interior, two Staterooms and two Heads make it a very comfortable boat. The Aft Cockpit is nice addition along with a large swim platform aft. Many recent updates including in 2016, new convection microwave, new water heater, new dual cycle heat/AC units, new carbon monoxide detectors, new engine exhaust mufflers, new fresh water pump, new A/C water pump, new VHF Marine Radio, new flybridge stereo, new flybridge DVD player and in 2017, new bottom paint, props tuned and complete boat detailed including wax!


United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bluewater Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Specifications

  • Price USD:$ 199,000
  • Builder: Carver
  • Model: 444 Cockpit Motoryacht
  • Location: Beaufort, North Carolina, United States
  • Type: Power
  • LOA: 46 ft 6 in
  • Display Length: 44 ft
  • Beam: 13' 11"
  • Category: Motor Yachts
  • Water Capacity: 90 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 404 gals
  • Engine Details: Cummins 370 Diamond Series 6BTA5.9-M3
  • Engine 1: 2003 1770.00 HRS 370.00 HP
  • Engine 2: 2003 1770.00 HRS 370.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
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2016
  • New Convection Microwave
  • New Water Heater
  • All New A/C Units including pump
  • New Carbon Monoxide Detectors 
  • New Update Engine Exhaust Mufflers from Carver....$10,000!
  • New Fresh Water Pump
  • New VHF Radio
  • New Bridge Stereo/DVD Player
2017
  • New Bottom Paint
2018
  • New Cook Top
  • New Canvas and Vinyl
2019
  • Props Tuned
  • Full Detail including waxing and buffing hull
  • Ceramic Window Tinting
  • New Smart TV in Salon
  • New DVD Player in Salon
  • New Captain's Helm Chair on Flybridge (Reclines)

Salon

  • Sofa with Recliners
  • Dinette Table w/chairs
  • LG 32" TV
  • Funai DVD Player
Galley
  • New Whale 3 Burner Stove Top
  • Sharp Microwave
  • Coffee Maker
  • Nova Cool Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Stainless Steel Sink w/cover
  • Corian Counter Tops
Master Stateroom
  • Queen Berth
  • Samsung 32" TV
  • Cedar Lined Lockers
  • Storage Drawers and Cabinets
  • Sliding Glass Entry Doors to Cockpit
  • Private Head with Separate Shower
Guest Stateroom
  • Queen Berth
  • Cedar Lined Locker
  • Storage Drawers and Cabinets
  • Private Head Stbd with Separate Shower Port
  • Hard Top with Lights and Stereo Speakers
  • Full Enclosure
  • Port and Stbd Acrylic Wing Doors to Bow Deck
  • Double Cabinet Storage
  • Wicker Chair and Table
  • Ship's Bell
  • Carpet Deck
  • Large Cockpit
  • Sliding Door to Master S/R
  • Swim Platform with Ladder and Stainless Davit System for Tender
  • Cockpit Shower
  • Molded Steps to Aft Deck and Bow Deck
  • Shore Hookups
  • Raymarine RL70C Radar/Plotter
  • Raymarine RP650 Autopilot
  • Raymarine BB VHF Radio
  • Raymarine ST60 TriData
  • Garmin GPSmap 546 Plotter/GPS
  • Sony Stereo
  • Bow Thruster
  • Windlass Switch (Maxwell 1200 Windlass w/anchor)
  • Full Engine and Control Gauges
  • Electronic Shift
  • Spotlight on Pulpit with Controls on Bridge
  • Trim Tabs
  • Rudder Indicator

The Carver 444 Cockpit Motor Yacht combines the superb luxury and spaciousness of an aft cabin with exceptional contemporary styling and thoughtful design. Carver's signature raised walkdeck design also allows for a wider, much roomier cabin than other yachts this size. Combined with the way Carver united the salon and galley into one spacious and elegant "great room", this adds up to outstanding cruising comfort. The expansive great room features all sorts of amenities, from the sumptuous designer decor and UltraLeather sofa, to the beautiful yet practical solid-surface countertops. When it comes to sleeping accommodations, owners will welcome the unexpected luxury of two private staterooms, each with its own private head compartment. On the bridge, passengers can relax with the L-shaped lounge that seats five and the wetbar that provides convenient bottle storage. The elegant aft deck offers a hardtop that covers the entire deck, plus an electronics arch, and the convenience of an integral bridge stairway and wing doors. For even more fun, the large cockpit offers plenty of space to play.

YACHTS

Carver 444 Cockpit Motoryacht

This yacht is built with pride and dedicated to comfortable performance.
That pride was evident as we put the 444 through her paces off West Palm Beach, Florida. The 370 hp Cummins diesels pushed us effortlessly onto a plane, providing a respectable cruising speed in the low 20-knot range. At the helm, the sound never surpassed 78 decibels. The 444 topped out at 25.9 knots, an impressive speed considering the full tanks and condo-like amenities.

The 444's soft entry into the chop is partly due to her tough, solid fiberglass bottom. The absence of core eliminates the risk of underwater penetration around the through-hulls and lowers the center of gravity, giving the 444 her teeth in bumpy seas. The deck and hull sides are cored, reducing weight above the waterline and dampening roll. An all-fiberglass stringer system, hand-laminated into the hull, is a big plus. Multi-directional cloth prevents resin pockets and provides strength, even if it is bent.

The helm has enough room to install a typical electronics inventory and includes a tilt wheel and drink holders. The console is finished in an attractive bronze fiberglass finish that reduces glare. The pedestal-mounted seat is comfortable and swings around so the captain can join guests at the six-person L-shape settee. A kickback portion would be a good feature, giving the captain a place to lean while standing at the wheel-a natural position when piloting in tight quarters. A wet bar with optional ice maker is to starboard.

Even in southern latitudes, the aluminum radar arch should look good as new for some time. Each arch is assembled and, more important, painted under controlled conditions with a seven-step process. Before an arch is painted, it is dipped in an acid bath to remove impurities. Awlcraft 2000, a product of Awlgrip, produces the mirror-like finish.

Access to the engineroom is through the saloon sole. Most systems are easy to service, although the Racor filters are outboard and forward of the engines. Items that require routine checks under way, such as fuel filters, are more accessible. The area is well finished, with coded copper-tinned wiring that is beautifully harnessed and easy to trace.
While weaving around the chop stirred up by the other traffic, I walked the 444's decks. The high gunwales and full-beam saloon are not original to Carver, but the company's version is one of the breed's better-looking. To make your way forward, you need to take only a few steps down from the flying bridge to the afterdeck, then around to the side decks. The stainless-steel side rail is high, and grabrails are within easy reach. It is nice to have five cleats lining each side deck, especially cleats for forward and after spring lines. I can't recall how many times I've reached the dock, then had to stand in a daze looking for an appropriate spot (other than the stanchion base) to tie a spring. Another plus is that each cleat and stanchion base is secured to an aluminum backing plate, glassed in before the hull and deck are joined. Some builders encapsulate marine ply, but aluminum is more durable and affords less risk of water penetration into the wood, should any damage occur.

A lot of thought went into the 444's cockpit and swim platform. The area includes a telescoping ladder, an optional shower, courtesy lights, stowage, tender cleats and an accessible shorepower hookup. A sliding door allows access from the after stateroom to the cockpit. Cruising on a similar yacht with another couple, I came to rely on the separate after entrance, a convenience that let us sneak out in the morning for an early swim.

The 444's layout also creates privacy. "This is a very popular layout for our owners looking to live aboard for a while or just pack the boat up for a weekend," said Tim Schmitt, marketing manager for Carver Yachts. The saloon and galley separate the master and guest stateroom. The frameless opening side windows provide for a nice view, even for guests seated in the two settees. The corner entertainment center allows viewing from either settee. If the afterdeck is enclosed and equipped with a table and chairs, it will rival most shoreside sun rooms.

While weaving around the chop stirred up by the other traffic, I walked the 444's decks. The high gunwales and full-beam saloon are not original to Carver, but the company's version is one of the breed's better-looking. To make your way forward, you need to take only a few steps down from the flying bridge to the afterdeck, then around to the side decks. The stainless-steel side rail is high, and grabrails are within easy reach. It is nice to have five cleats lining each side deck, especially cleats for forward and after spring lines. I can't recall how many times I've reached the dock, then had to stand in a daze looking for an appropriate spot (other than the stanchion base) to tie a spring. Another plus is that each cleat and stanchion base is secured to an aluminum backing plate, glassed in before the hull and deck are joined. Some builders encapsulate marine ply, but aluminum is more durable and affords less risk of water penetration into the wood, should any damage occur.

A lot of thought went into the 444's cockpit and swim platform. The area includes a telescoping ladder, an optional shower, courtesy lights, stowage, tender cleats and an accessible shorepower hookup. A sliding door allows access from the after stateroom to the cockpit. Cruising on a similar yacht with another couple, I came to rely on the separate after entrance, a convenience that let us sneak out in the morning for an early swim.

The 444's layout also creates privacy. "This is a very popular layout for our owners looking to live aboard for a while or just pack the boat up for a weekend," said Tim Schmitt, marketing manager for Carver Yachts. The saloon and galley separate the master and guest stateroom. The frameless opening side windows provide for a nice view, even for guests seated in the two settees. The corner entertainment center allows viewing from either settee. If the afterdeck is enclosed and equipped with a table and chairs, it will rival most shoreside sun rooms.

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