Carver brand history

In 1954 in a Milwaukee garage, George Verhagen and Charles Carter began constructing mahogany - planked, highspeed runabouts. What started as a hobby quickly turned into a company as word rapidly spread, and also the two fledgling boat-builders began marketing their homemade boats. 

In 1956, the entrepreneurs moved their expanding company to Northeast, Wis.; to benefit from the place's committed work force and outstanding transport facilities. They assembled mahogany runabout boats through the 60's, then added cabin cruisers for their growing line. In the 70's, the change was made to fibreglass, with additional improvements that contained larger, twin inboard powered cabin cruiser styles for example the ever-popular 33' Mariner.
By the 1980s, Carver was obtained by new owners which empowered the business to increase sales beyond the Great Lakes area and actually become a recognized leader within the luxurious motor yacht industry on the nationwide scale. From the late-1990s, all Carver Yachts were built without any wood under the waterline, fiberglass stringers, and a number of other characteristics which have earned them the longest-lasting and most permanent boats within the water. 
Carver Yachts continues to lead the market in making ample, highly useful, durable and reliable worldclass cruising boats, now. The future promises interesting and new developments to accentuate the greatest cruising experience that just a Carver can provide.
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