Meet the Redesigned Back Cove 372

This fall, the Back Cove 372 will take the place of the Back Cove 37.

Back Cove Yachts in Maine is renovating the Back Cove 37, which will be relaunched this autumn as the Back Cove 372.

More than a decade after its first introduction in 2009, the inboard-powered Down East cruising boat is being overhauled. There are more than 200 hulls in the sea.

According to Back Cove, manufacturing molds failed due to wear and tear in 2020, allowing for the addition of additional features and design changes.

A more efficient 24-volt DC electrical system for increased run time on the bow and optional stern thrusters; a standard 600-horsepower Cummins QSC 8.3 diesel engine with a 7-inch display; an optional Volvo Penta D8 diesel engine with a 7-inch Garmin display; a black windshield liner and upholstered helm pod to reduce glare at the helm; fixed, glazed pilothouse windows instead of sliding windows for improved sightlines; and an aft

The Back Cove 372 is slated to make its premiere in October at the United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland.

Visit backcoveyachts.com for more details.