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"Come Monday" our Carver Voyager 450

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Accessing the bridge through a Bomar hatch - to prevent someone falling through the hatch to the deck below.
Accessing the internal pilothouse - going from the lounge area to the manly area
On the foredeck - a spotlight, sun-pad, and an anchor / windlass combination. The Anchor is a 45 lb plow with 200 feet of chain - keeping 43000 lbs of boat from wandering around at night in an anchorage
View of the fly-bridge, with wet bar, and ice maker to starboard - living right
The captains chair in the pilot house, with the autopilot (joystick on the seat) and bow thruster visible on the dash. Lots of stuff for navigation.
The cockpit area with a walk-through transom housing a reel-type shore power system - it has forward and aft shore power (a 50 amp, 220 volt system)
the engine room - twin 450 HP turbocharged Cummins diesels fed by 560 gallons of diesel, protected by a halogen system. It carries 150 gallons of water, and a total of 8 LARGE batteries
Entry into the salon via curved glass doors leading to the cockpit
forward view of the salon, leading to the pilot house to stbd, and to the galley and the staterooms off to the port side
As seen from astern - curved sliding glass doors and a molded in ladder to the flying bridge. Not shown is the full canvas completely encasing the upper area. This was before getting the name on the stern.
from the forward port bow
from the forward stbd bow
The galley, all electric, including three burner stove, coffee maker, microwave oven, and hardwood flooring beneath, with a whole-house vacuum system
Another view of the galley area showing the marble counter tops
Another view from the guest stateroom. The guest head and shower are to the right, with the master stateroom (and the second head and shower) inside the master stateroom - to the left. Access to the staterooms is via a couple of steps lit with small courtesy lights.
The guest stateroom - with independent heating / air conditioning, a TV, and (obviously) it's own closet space - including storage beneath the bed - with an opening port overhead
the helm on the flying bridge. To stbd is the second chart-plotter, second radar, second fish finder and the depth sounder.
Another view of the helm on the flying bridge. The engine controls are all electronic, managing the engines with a synchronizing system.
View from the stern. The artist (Greg Kurtz) did a great job - if you'd like to have something similar, call him at (757) 344 9681 - he's highly recommended.
Come Monday Named after the popular Jimmy Buffet Song - Come Monday it'll be all right - a GREAT place to relax and kick back with family and friends. The stern was done by a local artist.

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