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Recent 10% price reduction. Roomy aft stateroom vessel with head, v-berth forward, featuring a large salon with barrel chairs, two heads, upper and lower helm stations, bridge enclosure, and galley with full size fridge, stove, oven, microwave, She is currently on the hard and will not be launched this summer. Sellers highly motivated before moving to Florida.
The fact that the Carver 3207 Aft Cabin managed to remain in production for so many years says a lot about her popularity with the public. Her somewhat boxy exterior—unavoidable in a double-cabin boat this size—masks a surprisingly spacious interior with cruising accommodations for a small family. Built on a lowdeadrise modified-V hull with a relatively wide beam, the floorplan of the 3207 Aft Cabin was arranged with a single and slide-out double berth in the master stateroom and a V-berth forward. (Note that in 1990, the master stateroom was reconfigured with a double berth.) The only stall shower is in the forward head. A lower helm was standard, and the salon sofa converts to a double berth. While this is an impressive layout for a 32-footer, storage space is very limited except in the galley where there are numerous drawers and cabinets. The small aft deck can accommodate a couple of folding chairs (a hardtop was not an option for this boat). Additional features include a bow pulpit, flybridge seating for three, a swim platform, and teak interior trim. A stiff ride in a chop, the cruising speed with standard 270hp gas engines is 15–16 knots.
Outdoor carpeting on aft deck and bridge
Bimini top with side curtains
Docklines & fenders
Anchor & windlass