Back Cove Yachts Debuts New 32’ Model

Backcove 32 Exterior

June 22, 2016

Back Cove Yachts announces the debut dates for its newest model, the Back Cove 32. Internationally, the 32 will debut September 15-18 at the Newport International Boat Show, in Newport, Rhode Island. Meanwhile, the local debut is set for August 12-14, at the 2016 Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show, in Rockland, Maine.

The Back Cove 32 bears an essential family resemblance to the rest of the company’s lineup, which spans 30-41 feet. Below deck, the 32 features a split water-closet and shower stall, a generous island-berth, and beautiful American cherry woodworking. On deck, the practical and elegant single-level deck flows from her walk-through transom, between a starboard galley and a convertible U-shaped settee to port, to the companionway. The 32 upholds Back Cove Yachts’ reputation for nautically sensible designs, reliable and fuel efficient performance, and easy maintenance, making it the perfect choice for the contemporary cruising couple.

Backcove 32 Plan LR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Back Cove 32 is a highly-anticipated addition to many major boat shows this autumn.

 

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