the Builder Carver began its history as the homeland of the North American yacht building in the city of Milwaukee (state of Wisconsin), where immigrants from Holland managed to preserve the traditional craft. In the mid-1950s, Charles Carter and George Verhagen started to build in Milwaukee boats-runabouts from mahogany. They did it with great success, and by 1970, the years when the fashion for lightweight body of fiberglass, retrained, laid the first syllables of their names and founded the shipyard Carver.
Today, Carver offers a complete production cycle: from development of the hull to the interior. Eight flybridge models from 34 to 54 feet long at the shipyard are built on patented Caver Advanced Structural Technology (C. A. S. T. System) that allows full control of all processes.