Back Cove Yachts, of Rockland, Maine, is pleased to announce the debut of their latest model, the Back Cove Downeast 37 which will launch July 11, 2013. The Back Cove Downeast 37 is sure to be a crowd pleaser. “The ideas that drive the Downeast 37 design are very simple: Stop-you-in-your-tracks prettiness and the biggest, most flexible exterior spaces available on a boat this size – period.” says Kevin Burns, Vice President of Design and Product Development.
She is practical, elegant and perfectly suited for a day trip along the coast. Owners will appreciate the open twelve foot by twelve foot cockpit with a SureShade cockpit cover; perfect for an afternoon cruise.
The cabin accommodates a cruising couple for weeks on end. The Herreshoff interior is fresh, light and further enhances the open and airy feel of the yacht. In the engine room, you’ll find a Cummins 480 which will provide a cruise speed of 20 knots and top speed of 25 knots. Our first hull is fitted with a 600 hp Cummins QSC 8.3 engine. We expect cruising performance on this hull of 25 knots and 29 knots at WOT.
Bentley Collins, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Back Cove says, “For lovers of traditional work boat styles, the Back Cove Downeast 37 says “lobster” and for our friends from the Chesapeake she says “Deadrise”. No matter where you do your boating this boat has a look that will turn heads in any harbor that she enters.”