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Carver370

RO# 20600

Posted - Oct 04 2006 :  16:32:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
5/13/08 Please note - I'm making this one "sticky" for awhile.
Enjoy the pictures of your fellow boaters!!! PB...


All years shapes and sizes....Here is mine, owned since brand new.






Edited by - PBardunias on May 13 2008 00:17:59

Homeport: New Buffalo, Michigan

waldosmith

RO# 21614

Posted - Jan 03 2007 :  10:17:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
http:ffboatworks.spaces.live.com

1974 28' Mariner



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scokat

RO# 16067

Posted - Jan 03 2007 :  18:06:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Pete,

the current on the Niagara is the same all the time. The water level fluctuates depending on how the intake gates are open at the gorge powerplant. If someone is near the edge of the falls they open the gates wide and you can almost walk accross the edge of the falls, but the current is always fast and strong.


1998 355 MY cummins diesels

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captbc

RO# 24537

Posted - Jan 13 2007 :  17:23:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
1990 3467 carver new to us 8/06
"campout"



Edited by - captbc on Jan 13 2007 17:44:30

Homeport: Erie, Pa Go to Top of Page

rinker1

RO# 24675

Posted - Jan 14 2007 :  11:44:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Our 1999 Carver 326MY in Smith Bay On Kentucky Lake, 10/06




Andy
1999 Carver 326 MY
Sea Saw II

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rtribble

RO# 15208



Posted - Jan 21 2007 :  13:12:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is our Carver 3607. One of the pictures is of the boat naming, yes we did drink all that beer in the trash can that evening, and of our transome with the new name applied.
Also I included a picture of my wife preparing a meal at our boat slip. After a day on the water everyone on the dock starts cooking and we just have a big eat, drink and be happy we are all so fortunate to be able to do this party.


bhttp://s123.photobucket.com/albums/o295/rtribble-photo/Carver%203607/e



Homeport: Beaver Lake Arkansas Go to Top of Page

rtribble

RO# 15208



Posted - Jan 21 2007 :  13:20:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
http://s123.photobucket.com/albums/o295/rtribble-photo/Carver%203607/

Lets try this link



Homeport: Beaver Lake Arkansas Go to Top of Page

pdecat

RO# 842



Posted - Jan 21 2007 :  13:24:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
under the pix in photobucket yopu will see three URLs use the one on top that says img then do this
without the X [Ximg]put the url here[/img]


Bruce



Homeport: Gulf Coast FL Go to Top of Page

rtribble

RO# 15208



Posted - Jan 21 2007 :  13:32:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks pdecat.


Homeport: Beaver Lake Arkansas Go to Top of Page

To the Max

RO# 11796

Posted - Jan 31 2007 :  00:14:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Once I figure out how to download pics from the pc I'll post some more.
But here's one of us under-way.


Cheers
2theMax

Edited by - To the Max on Jan 31 2007 20:43:51

Homeport: Sydney, Australia Go to Top of Page

To the Max

RO# 11796

Posted - Jan 31 2007 :  00:19:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Sorry about that, I'll get a better one.....

Cheers
2theMax

Homeport: Sydney, Australia Go to Top of Page

To the Max

RO# 11796

Posted - Jan 31 2007 :  17:48:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


Better I think?


Cheers
2theMax

Homeport: Sydney, Australia Go to Top of Page

Carver370

RO# 20600

Posted - Jan 31 2007 :  23:31:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Im not sure how it is where you boat but I think your numbers are illegal size and font, at least they would be in my state. Thats a great looking boat though for sure!


Homeport: New Buffalo, Michigan Go to Top of Page

TSCHANNE

RO# 4903



Posted - Feb 01 2007 :  08:52:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Finally got around to posting a pic of "Nina Bella" at Skipjack Cove in Georgetown MD





Tom

Homeport: SkipJack Cove Marina, Georgetown MD Go to Top of Page

mikebrookins

RO# 19542



Posted - Feb 01 2007 :  16:08:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Carver370:

As "The Shark" (Greag Norman) would say, those numbers are placed under "Aussie Rules" = Australian numbers!


Mike Brookins

Great Lakes Cruising Club Port Captain for Kelleys Island, Ohio
2003 Maverick 17 HPX-V
1994 Sea Ray 370 "Brook, Line & Sinker"
2006 34 Pursuit "Troublemaker"
Favorite Quote: "Don't Give Up The Ship" - Captain James Lawrence and Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry

Homeport: Lake Erie Islands, Ohio / Palm City, FL Go to Top of Page

To the Max

RO# 11796

Posted - Feb 01 2007 :  18:03:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
In Australia, we have to display the registration number on both sides of the hull,
Minimum lettering size of I think about 6 inches. No regulations on the font as
long as its clear enough to read.
We have 3 letters followed by 3 numbers then followed by the letter of the
state the boat is registered in. eg. "N" for New South Wales "Q" for Queensland,
"V" for Victoria etc, You can however order special personal registration numbers
no more than a mix of 6 letters/numbers and of course last digit must be
"N", "V" "Q" etc. (I should order 2daMaxN)


Cheers
2theMax

Homeport: Sydney, Australia Go to Top of Page

Carver370

RO# 20600

Posted - Feb 01 2007 :  18:33:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I appologize, I didnt even realize you weren't in the states, it makes perfect sense now, up here in Michigan our letters have to be 3" block and they are the state 4 numbers and 2 letters. Example: MC 6304 PK Dorry for the confusion, I must have been spacing out!


Homeport: New Buffalo, Michigan Go to Top of Page

To the Max

RO# 11796

Posted - Feb 01 2007 :  19:35:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No need to apologise. Remember we do everything opposite down under.

Cheers
2theMax

Homeport: Sydney, Australia Go to Top of Page

NozTkl66

RO# 25133

Posted - Feb 06 2007 :  19:13:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi all -I am new to this forum so just wanted to say hi -- here is a pic of my 06 33 SS Cheers! John


John
3rd & Goal
Oakville, Canada

Homeport: Ontario Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Feb 07 2007 :  18:58:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
John, how do you like that boat? From what I've seen at the boat shows, it looks like
a winner...


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

NozTkl66

RO# 25133

Posted - Feb 09 2007 :  06:54:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Pete - we love the boat! We have the 2 stateroom option which allows more salon room as well as having 2 separate stateroom is wonderful.

John
3rd & Goal
Oakville, Canada

Homeport: Ontario Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Feb 14 2007 :  16:07:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I like that 2 stateroom layout as well. Did you spring for the rocket launchers and
the livewell too???

I got a kick out of Carver putting that feature in this model. It just goes to show you that
we boys love to play with our toys!!!


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

NozTkl66

RO# 25133

Posted - Feb 16 2007 :  06:25:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Pete, yeah they got me with the "sport package" which includes the rocket launchers, flush rod holders in the cockpit as well a reinforced cockpit for a fighting chair ( the bass and trout where I fish are so big that you need to be strapped in......not) Ah well i like the way it looks! It also came with a huge baitwell that serves as a great big cooler!!!



John
3rd & Goal
Oakville, Canada

Homeport: Ontario Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Feb 16 2007 :  20:49:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
John, that is a great feature on your boat. Even if you never go for fish that big,
it just LOOKS classy!!!


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

desldog

RO# 25129

Posted - Mar 02 2007 :  16:13:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here's our 2000 Carver 396, my wife and I traded up from a 33' & 38' Sea Ray Sundancer...Love the extra room and flybridge...
Bill


2000 Carver 396
"Heavenly Days"

Edited by - desldog on Mar 02 2007 16:22:56

Homeport: Iuka, MS Go to Top of Page

Fletcha

RO# 24981

Posted - Mar 02 2007 :  18:31:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just closed on my '03 366 this afternoon...can't wait to move her down to Narragansett Bay in RI and enjoy the summer with my wife and 3 boys. But right now she's covered in freshly fallen snow in Portland ME. Here's a pic from the former owner:




Homeport: Charlestown, MA Go to Top of Page

rich356

RO# 25751

Posted - Apr 04 2007 :  17:34:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi All-
New to the site, and wanted to say hi. Just bought this '99 356, and will be moored in New Buffalo, MI so we may be dockmates Carver370!



Can't wait 'till my May 10th launch date!


Rich
'99 Carver 356 Aft Cabin
"True Dreamer"

Homeport: New Buffalo, MI Go to Top of Page

Carver370

RO# 20600

Posted - Apr 04 2007 :  18:15:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Which dock will you be on? Where did you buy it from?


Homeport: New Buffalo, Michigan Go to Top of Page

rich356

RO# 25751

Posted - Apr 04 2007 :  19:36:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Carver370

Which dock will you be on? Where did you buy it from?



Hmm, that's strange...the picture of it posted earlier, but it's gone now. I'll try it again.







Anyway, I'll be on D Dock in slip 290. I bought it from Marine Services Corp in Dolton, IL. My brother-in-law also docks his Carver 350 Mariner on D dock. Not sure what slip he'll be in this year. He was there last year, but they moved him for this season. How about you?

4/25/07 - Editing this because I realized the pictures still weren't showing up. I guess photobucket works best!


Rich
'99 Carver 356 Aft Cabin
"True Dreamer"

Edited by - rich356 on Apr 25 2007 16:23:30

Homeport: New Buffalo, MI Go to Top of Page

Carver370

RO# 20600

Posted - Apr 05 2007 :  09:14:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I will be on A dock or E dock this year, we are waiting to hear where we will be put. I know some people on D dock and I think I know the Mariner that you are talking about. I'm hitting the water April 16th or sooner and I store at Pier 1000 in St. Joseph.


Homeport: New Buffalo, Michigan Go to Top of Page

rich356

RO# 25751

Posted - Apr 05 2007 :  09:32:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm jealous about your early launch date. Wish mine was sooner though it's really cold this week! See you in New Buffalo, and hopefully that new casino opening up in August doesn't spoil anything.

Rich
'99 Carver 356 Aft Cabin
"True Dreamer"

Homeport: New Buffalo, MI Go to Top of Page

OldMariner32

RO# 25936

Posted - Apr 24 2007 :  12:15:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is my 1990 Mariner 32. We bought her last month. This past Sunday we were on the hook in Blount's Bay on the Pamlico River. It was our first day "off" from cleaning, tearing out upholstery, mechanical trouble-shooting, etc. Our boat may be old and need some TLC, but a day like this is priceless.




Tom
Boatless by the sea
Author of "The Juice of Life"

Homeport: North Carolina Go to Top of Page

rich356

RO# 25751

Posted - Apr 24 2007 :  14:22:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
She looks great to me! Not old, just dignified. My brother-in-law used to have that same boat. It was great and we had a lot of fun on her. Glad you had a good day too!

Rich
'99 Carver 356 Aft Cabin
"True Dreamer"

Homeport: New Buffalo, MI Go to Top of Page

OldMariner32

RO# 25936

Posted - Apr 25 2007 :  12:04:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks, Rich.

-Tom


Tom
Boatless by the sea
Author of "The Juice of Life"

Homeport: North Carolina Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Apr 25 2007 :  15:19:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Geez, if YOUR boat is old, its 10 years newer than mine!!!


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

OldMariner32

RO# 25936

Posted - Apr 26 2007 :  11:21:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It is all relative, eh? I meant in comparison to boats like John's and others. Other than ski boats, I have always had well-used, high maintenance vessels and my family has had many great experiences and pleasant memories. After all, most of the time when I was upside down in the lazerrette the kids were on our ski boat!

Our Mariner 32 has a fantastic layout. I have a bad knee and really enjoy the one-level cabin and easy access to the flybridge. BTW one acquaintaince said of the space on his Mariner 28, "It sleeps two, feeds four, and drinks six."



Tom
Boatless by the sea
Author of "The Juice of Life"

Edited by - OldMariner32 on May 14 2007 12:34:16

Homeport: North Carolina Go to Top of Page

BAYRATBH

RO# 25852

Posted - May 15 2007 :  09:24:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
TOM IT LOOKS PRICELESS TO ME TOO.I SHOULD BE CLOSING ON MY 1989 NEXT WEEK.CANT WAIT.I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THE LAY OUT.HAVE A BAD BACK. CANT WAIT TO SEE WHAT UPHOLSTERY WORK U ARE DOING.SHOW PICS.I TO WILL HAVE TO DO OUTSIDE CUSHIONS AND INSIDE COUCH CUSHIONS,THATS ALOT OF BOAT FOR A 32).GOOD LUCK SHE LOOK GRATE.THEY ALL NEED SOME TLC.

BRUCE DON

Edited by - BAYRATBH on May 15 2007 11:36:51

Homeport: ISLIP NEW YORK Go to Top of Page

btoran

RO# 19401

Posted - Jun 03 2007 :  20:51:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
ok, here's our "new" baby. she's a 1996 320 voyager. the windshield
was taken down for shipping, so that's one of many projects i still have.







Bruce Toran
1996 Carver 320 Voyager
-------------------------
"Don't Eat Anything Bigger Than Your Head"


Homeport: Northport, NY Go to Top of Page

giolic

RO# 23638

Posted - Jun 03 2007 :  20:55:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
congrats ! very nice


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awboater

RO# 20676

Posted - Jun 04 2007 :  05:40:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ah... I figured that was the deal with the windshield.

Welcome to the "club".



Edited by - awboater on Jun 04 2007 05:43:34

Homeport: Grand Haven, MI Go to Top of Page

OldMariner32

RO# 25936

Posted - Jun 15 2007 :  08:04:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nice ride. I'd like to see a close up of how you mounted your dinghy outboard.

Tom
Boatless by the sea
Author of "The Juice of Life"

Homeport: North Carolina Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Jun 18 2007 :  23:41:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bruce, your boat is beautiful!!! That's the 2 stateroom model, correct???


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

PaulRM

RO# 26490

Posted - Jun 19 2007 :  13:31:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I used to own a Carver. Just closed on this Cruisers on June 8th

Paul

Edited by - PaulRM on Jun 19 2007 13:34:52

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Capt. Art

RO# 25924

Posted - Jul 02 2007 :  09:44:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote




Homeport: Staten Island, NY Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Jul 02 2007 :  21:18:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
God there are some beautiful boats posted here. I wonder if anyone from Carver HQ has
ever seen this thread!!!


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Edited by - PBardunias on Jul 02 2007 21:18:24

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

pdecat

RO# 842



Posted - Jul 02 2007 :  22:17:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Running the official carver site as they do I hope not

Bruce



Homeport: Gulf Coast FL Go to Top of Page

PBardunias

RO# 2788



Posted - Jul 06 2007 :  21:30:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Why, is it that bad??? At least they have all those brochures and stuff...


Pete Bardunias (28' 1980 Carver Mariner "Arcadia", 21' 1975 Glastron V215 (plus a few more toys), Clifton Park, NY) --- Moderator of the Carver Boats Forum, President/CEO, the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Board Member, Eastern NY Marine Trades Assn

Homeport: Clifton Park, NY Go to Top of Page

awboater

RO# 20676

Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  13:15:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It is kind of surprising that more boat builders do not sponsor some kind of official web site for boatowners.

Have they not heard that boatowners are fiercely brand loyal, regardless of the age of the boat, and would probably spend their last dime on their boats?



Homeport: Grand Haven, MI Go to Top of Page

BAYRATBH

RO# 25852

Posted - Jul 19 2007 :  10:47:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
GOOD LUCK TO ALL THEY LOOK GRATE KEEP THEM COMMING AND SAFE boating

BRUCE DON

Edited by - BAYRATBH on Jul 23 2007 10:17:42

Homeport: ISLIP NEW YORK Go to Top of Page

OldMariner32

RO# 25936

Posted - Jul 19 2007 :  10:58:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I give up BAYRATBH, what is the key to break the code on your message?

Tom
Boatless by the sea
Author of "The Juice of Life"

Homeport: North Carolina Go to Top of Page

mikebrookins

RO# 19542



Posted - Jul 19 2007 :  15:28:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is a picture taken in Port Stanley, Ontario on Canada Day - July 1 - Great time!



Mike Brookins

Great Lakes Cruising Club Port Captain for Kelleys Island, Ohio
2003 Maverick 17 HPX-V
1994 Sea Ray 370 "Brook, Line & Sinker"
2006 34 Pursuit "Troublemaker"
Favorite Quote: "Don't Give Up The Ship" - Captain James Lawrence and Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry

Homeport: Lake Erie Islands, Ohio / Palm City, FL Go to Top of Page
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