The 450 Voyager is a downsized version of Carver's popular 530 Voyager introduced the previous year.
Built on a modified-V hull with propeller pockets and a moderate 15 degrees of transom deadrise, the floorplan of the 450 Voyager is quite innovative. Because the galley is located in the isle way opposite the elevated lower helm (and not in the deckhouse as with most pilothouse designs), the salon is huge. There are two staterooms and two full heads below, and visibility from the lower helm—with its curved Ultraleather lounge—is superb. Facing settees and a built-in entertainment center dominate the salon with its oversized wraparound cabin windows.
On deck, a flybridge extension partially shelters the cockpit where the engine room is accessed via the lazarette. Additional features include cherry interior cabinetry, a deck access door at the lower helm (a great convenience), a big swim platform, and an extremely well arranged flybridge.
CapeHoorn is as showmodel extremely well equipped.