4207 Aft Cabin Motor Yacht
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Carver got it right with the 4207 Aft Cabin, a stylish and well-designed motor yacht that was once the largest boat in the Carver fleet. Built on a modified-V hull with a wide 15-foot beam and a shallow keel, the roomy two-stateroom interior of the 4207 delivers the comfort and amenities often associated with a larger boat. Two floorplans were offered, one with a U-shaped dinette opposite the galley, and the other with no dinette but an expanded head and a much-enlarged forward stateroom with island berth. The spacious, teak-trimmed salon features an entertainment center, wet bar, L-shaped sleeper-sofa, and salon chair. A full-service galley offers a combination microwave/convection oven and double-door refrigerator. (A lower helm does not appear to have been an option.) Additional features include a large aft deck with deluxe wet bar, wide side decks, and a large flybridge with bench seating forward of the helm. While diesels are generally preferred in a boat this size, the majority of 4207 Aft Cabins were delivered with standard 350hp gas engines (1314 knots cruise/22 knots top). Cat 375hp diesels were optional (20 knots cruise/mid 20s top).
Overview Sturdy aft-cabin motoryacht was among most popular boats in her class in late 1980s.
Features One of the better layouts available in a boat this size with spacious salon, comfortable staterooms, stall showers in both heads. Most were sold with lower helm and hardtop-both optional.
Comments Big salon windows provide panoramic views. Flybridge seats six around centerline helm.
Performance Cruise at 13-14 knots with 300hp gas engine (20+ knots top). Cat 375hp diesels cruise at 20 knots (mid 20s top).