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Our Pas Time
2006 | 36' Carver Mariner Motor Yacht for Sale

2006 Carver

36' (11.15m) Mariner - Our Pas Time

Our Pas Time is an very well cared for 2006 Carver 36 Mariner. Located in beautiful Charleston, SC and is easy to see. The PowerBoat Guide states "Few boats have matched the popularity of the Carver 36 Mariner....with an enormous single level interior that dwarfs anything in class".


Vessel ID# 2790461      Last Updated: 2022-07-26 05:40:26

$ 160,000 USD

€ 156,984 Euros
€ 204,912 CAD

Description

Our Pas Time is a wonderfully kept 2006 Carver 36 Mariner. The current owners bought the boat to loop, but have decided to pause in Charleston and reluctantly put the boat on the market. The boat is perfect for a couple doing the Great Loop. Also noteworthy is that until the current owners made it down the river system, Our Pas Time had been a fresh water boat with winterizing.


The boat is in excellent condition, and needs next to nothing but fuel and provisions. While on the Loop, the port motor #3 cylinder seized. The engine was replaced with a new engine instead of a rebuilt or MOH. All service records and manuals are available.


Other recent upgrades and maintenance include:

New SidePower bow thruster

Grey synthetic teak decking added to the steps and flybridge

New VHF radio

House bank replaced 2022

New bilge pumps

Halon certified

Underwater lights

Isinglass zippers serviced


Our Pas Time is located in Charleston, SC and is USCG documented.


A 2021 survey is available for serious inquires.


Note the surveyor stated " The vessel appears to be in above average condition for her year. Judging from her appearance and optional equipment, she has received continued repair and preventative maintenance. The vessel reflects no hard or abusive use or any abnormal depreciation. She is equipped with a good selection of additional equipment, which should retain her place in the used boat market."


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Data Sheet

LOA: 36' 7" (11.15 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2006

Beam: 12' 9"

Bridge Clearance: 16' "

Draft Max: 3' 1"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 1

Sleeps: 4

Queen Berths: 1

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 250 Gallons (946.35 Liters)

Fresh Water: 75 Gallons (283.91 Liters)

Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)

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PowerBoat Guide Description

Few boats have matched the popularity of the Carver 350 Mariner (called the 36 Mariner in 2004–10). She may not be much to look at, but beneath that unorthodox styling lies an enormous single-level interior that dwarfs anything in her class. Built on a solid fiberglass hull, the full-beam salon of the Mariner is made possible by elevating the side decks above the cabin windows— instead of leading aft to the cockpit, these walkways reach up to the bridge. The Mariner’s original layout features a U-shaped dinette to port in the salon, settee opposite, inside bridge access ladder, and an offset double berth in the forward stateroom. In 2004, the floorplan was modified to include a booth-style dinette in the salon, no interior ladder, and a centerline queen berth in the stateroom. Both configurations boast a large head compartment with separate stall shower. The interior woodwork is teak or cherry. In the cockpit, two stairways lead to the bridge with its wet bar, port and starboard lounges, and aft bench seat. The engine compartment (under the cockpit sole) is a tight fit. A relatively heavy boat for her size, MerCruiser 300hp V-drive gas engines cruise at 14–16 knots (about 20 knots top). (note My Pas Time is equipped with Crusader engines).

Deck & Exterior

Flybridge:

  • Starboard helm area
  • Bar Fridge
  • Sink
  • Bench Seating with articulating table
  • Captains Chairs
  • Rear Bench Seating
  • Full Canvas Enclosure with Isinglass in excellent shape
  • Cuisinart propane barbecue including propane
  • Molded stairwells with wide tread area
  • Stereo speakers
  • Hatch to the galley (serves as the perfect place to pass food or drinks up or down)
  • Fishing rod holders
  • Courtesy lighting


Forward:

  • Cushioned forward seating with a sun pad
  • Stainless steel bow rail for safety
  • Fender hangars.
  • Courtesy lighting
  • Maxwell Freedom 800 windlass
  • Plow anchor with full chain rode
  • Foot pedals for windlass


Aft:

  • Large cockpit
  • Engine room access (also salon access)
  • Swim platform
  • Weaver style davits (dinghy not included in the sale)
  • Transom shower
  • Transom door
  • Windline 3-step retractable ladder
  • Sliding door access to the salon 
  • Sliding Screen Door
  • Twin 30A connections
  • 30A power cord and 50A splitter


Stateroom

  • Located forward
  • Single level with salon
  • Centerline queen berth
  • Ample lighting including port lights
  • Hanging lockers port & starboard
  • Considerable storage under the berth
  • Marine Air 8k BTU HVAC
  • Coby flat screen TV
  • Private access to the large sized head
  • Corian counter top at the sink
  • Large shower stall with articulating door
  • Sealand Vac-U-Flush
  • Jabsco Macerator
  • Tank Watch system


Salon

  • Single level with the galley and stateroom
  • Large L shape settee to port
  • Settee is convertible to extra berths
  • Marine Air 12k BTU HVAC
  • Fixed vacuum system
  • Face to face style dinette - also convertible to double berth
  • Insignia 23" Flat Screen TV
  • Clarion CMD4 CD/AM/FM player
  • Clarion DCZ625 6-disc changer
  • Speakers throughout
  • Storage throughout


Galley

  • NovaKool Refrigerator, freezer below
  • Princess 2-burner cook top
  • Kenmore Microwave with built in coffee maker
  • Black & Decker Toaster Oven
  • Stainless Steel Sink
  • Storage everywhere

Electronics

  • Ritchie 5" Compass
  • Raymarine C-Series MFD chartplotter and radar
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • Jabsco searchlight
  • Raymarine Tri-Data depth, speed, temp
  • Standard Horizon Matrix VHF

Engine Room & Mechanicals

  • Twin Crusader 6.0 MPi 375 hp engines, approx 760 hours on starboard, approx 75 on port.
  • Fresh water cooled
  • Mains routinely flushed with fresh water
  • V-Drive system
  • Kohler 7.5kw gasoline generator
  • Fixed fire suppression Fireboy FE241 - USCG approved
  • Twin 30A service
  • Professional Mariner ProSafe monitor cathodic protector
  • 50A battery charger
  • 1.5" prop shafts
  • Dripless shaft logs
  • Bennett trim tabs
  • 4 blade 20' NIBRAL props
  • Battery shut offs.
  • Oil change system

Additional Equipment

  • All items on board convey except personal items.
  • Additional drag anchor with 150' of rode
  • Lots of spare parts

Disclaimer

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Crusader
  • Engine Model: 6.0 MPi
  • Engine Year: 2006
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: V
  • Power HP: 375.00
  • Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
  • Hours: 675.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Crusader
  • Engine Model: 6.0 MPi
  • Engine Year: 2022
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: V
  • Power HP: 375.00
  • Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
  • Hours: 75.00

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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

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Joe Evans

Joe Evans

Yacht Broker

, South Carolina
Direct: 1-843-813-8324
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-954-684-0218
Email: jevans@curtisstokes.net

Joe Evans grew in up Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina – just north of Charleston. When he was 10, his family bought a small skiff and from that point forward almost every available minute was spent on the water fishing, oystering, diving or just cruising around.

In 1989, Joe began attending Florida State University. There he met his wife Christine, and they sailed competitively for Florida State both in the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association as well as MORC and SORC offshore races on various sailboats. Joe graduated with a degree in Biology with an emphasis on Fisheries, and was also awarded the elite Seminole Torchbearers Award for Leadership.

However, degrees don’t always fit with careers and after a little time in the research and fisheries workforce Joe began a near two decade career in broadcast television sales. Sales included local ad time sold for individual market television stations, as well as negotiating large multi-million dollar deals on a national/regional basis primarily out of Charlotte. During this span, Joe and his growing family moved aggressively around the southeast. Stops included television stations in Ft. Myers, FL, Greensboro, NC, Charleston, WV and ultimately having the opportunity to move back home to Mt. Pleasant.

During those years, Joe has owned several boats – from a center console open fisherman up to a 45’ Hatteras sportfisher. He possesses an OUPV USCG license, is PADI certified, and is a graduate of the Yacht Broker Institute. His favorite fishing is offshore in search of big game. Other interests include being active in fitness and CrossFit/Irontribe, coaching kids track and field and coaching a youth sporting clays team.

With a passion for boats, attention to detail, and a strong history of successful sales & negotiations, he’s ready to provide the service necessary to help you find the right boat.

Joe works out of Mt. Pleasant/Charleston, South Carolina, and can be reached at jevans@curtisstokes.net or call (843) 813-8324.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

, South Carolina
Phone: 1-954-684-0218
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax: 1-954-807-1445
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net



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