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Launched in 2016, the Carver C52 Coupe (and her flybridge cousin, the C52 Command Bridge) was a fairly bold design for Carver Yachts, a company long known for its conservative styling. Its rare to see a plumb bow in a modern motoryacht; thattogether with the C52s very high freeboardresults in a midsize cruiser with the interior volume of a larger boat. With three staterooms and two full heads, the spacious layout rivals any boat in its class for luxury and amenities. The galley is aft, just inside the sliding glass doors that separate the cockpit from the interior. A unique feature of the C52 is the private staircase across from the galley leading down to the full-beam master stateroom. The VIP stateroom in the bow and the second guest stateroom to starboard are both accessed from the pilothouse. Molded steps to starboard in the cockpit provide easy access to the flybridge. The added volume in the C52 is evident in the engine room where service is excellent on both sides of each engine. Built on a fully cored resin infused hull, twin 600hp Cummins diesels cruise the C52 Coupe at 2526 knots (about 30 knots top). The C52 Command Bridge is the same boat with a flybridge.