Carver 390CPMY
1995

YEAR

US$ 59,900

PRICE

39 ft.

LENGTH

Carver

BUILDER

SAN CARLOS, SONORA

Carver 390CPMY



This 1995 Carver 390CPMY makes for a great live aboard, coastal cruiser or island hopper!

The Carver 390CPMY is the cockpit version of the 355 motoryacht. This allows for easy boarding, direct access to the aft cabin through a sliding glass door with a more sleek look and more practicality. For a vessel just shy of 40′, it is quite roomy throughout: the interior offers a great layout with its open salon, full dinette, large galley, two full heads and two staterooms, both featuring double berths.

There is a full galley, dinette, and lots of storage below. The flybridge offers a great helm position and opportunity for entertaining with plenty of guest seating. The exterior has relatively wide side decks, roomy cockpit that’s great for fishing, diving or just hanging out. The full bridge and aft deck are a great spot to wind down at the end of the day to enjoy a meal or just lounge around.

Check out her full specs and book a viewing. Remember, off-shore boat purchases are free of sales tax!


This vessel is located in beautiful San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico, a short 250 mile drive on a safe 4-lane highway from Nogales, Az. San Carlos is a known boating destination/community, featuring breathtaking scenery, quiet anchorages nearby, great fishing, diving, two marinas, 3 haul out facilities and much more.

39' 1995 Carver 390CPMY: Ideal liveaboard or coastal cruiser. Spacious interior, sleek design, and versatile features. Perfect for relaxation and entertainment.
// Price just reduced by US$ 7,100 (previously US$ 67,000)
  • length: 39 ft. (11.89 m.)
  • price: US$ 59,900
  • builder: Carver
  • draft: 2.25 ft. (0.69 m.)
  • max speed: 23 kn
  • beam: 13.25 ft. (4.04 m.)
  • cruising speed: 20.5 kn
  • built: 1995
  • Power
  • Fiberglass hull
  • 2 cabins
  • 2 heads
  • sleeps 4

Speed & Distance

Cruising Speed 20.5kn
Max Speed 23kn

Dimensions

Length Overall 40.17ft
Beam 13.25ft

Tanks

Fresh Water Tank 70 Gal (Plastic)
Fuel Tank 318 Gal (Aluminum)
Holding Tank 36 Gal (Plastic)

PROPULSION

Engine 1

Engine Make Crusader
Engine Model 454XL
Total Power 330hp
Engine Hours 360
Engine Type Inboard
Fuel Type Gasoline
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze

Engine 2

Engine Make Crusader
Engine Model 454XL
Total Power 330hp
Engine Hours 251
Engine Type Inboard
Fuel Type Gasoline
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze

Galley

  • REFRIGERATOR: Vitrifrigo
  • STOVE: 3 burner electric
  • MICOWAVE: Tappen

Navigation and electronics

  • VHF: Standard Horizon
  • RADAR: Raytheon
  • GPS/CHARTS: Furuno Nav Net GPS Chartplotter
  • COMPASS: 4 in. Ritchi
  • AUTOPILOT: Simrad
  • TV: Yes

Electrical

  • BATTERIES: x2 12V 8D
  • BATTERY CHARGER: ProMariner 30 amp
  • SHORE POWER: 50 amp receptacle and cord

Mechanical

  • STEERING: Hydraulic
  • BILGE PUMPS: x3 1500 bilge pumps
  • FRESH WATER COOLED: Yes
  • RAW WATER STRAINERS: Yes
  • TRANSMISSION: Borg-Warner
  • HEAD: 2 VacuFlush
  • HEATER: Seaward 11 Gal.

Hull and deck

  • WINDLASS: Yes
  • ANCHOR: Bruce anchor with 300 ft. of 5/16 in. galvanized chain
  • RAILS: SS grab rails
  • SWIM STEP: Yes

Safety

  • 4 Type II life vests
  • 1 Throwable PFD
  • 2 B1 fire extinguishers and automatic fire extinguisher in engine compartment
  • Navigation lights
  • Horn
  • 3 CO detectors
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