Carver 36 Super Sport, smallest
in the Carver fleet.
Carver 46 Voyager, right in the middle of
the Carver line.
Carver 52 Voyager, second largest boat in
the Carver fleet.
Brad Andress, VP of Sales for Carver
Yachts, spoke with us about his company’s aggressive new summer sales event. We asked
him why Carver was making such a dramatic offer. “We want to signal
them that the deal just got a lot better. Now is simply the best time
to buy a 2007 Carver,” he said.
The sale runs between now and June 30, 2008 on new 2007 models at participating Carver Yachts
dealerships. The boats come with full factory 10-5-2 limited warranties, according
to the company. The special sale is limited to 2007 models in participating dealer inventory.
Andress said that prices will never get better than they are today. He said that prices of future Carvers likely will go up because
of the rise in petroleum costs.
How does one know how much the dealer was invoiced by Carver? “Just ask the dealer
to show you the invoice,” he said. “They will be glad to.” While there are several
dozen 2007 Carvers in dealer inventory around the country, there is not an unlimited
supply. Once they are sold – or on June 30th – which ever comes first – the sale
is over, said Andress. We asked Andress if there were any 2008 models being discounted
and he replied that there are some incentives for 2008 and consumers should check
with their Carver Yacht dealers for details.