Back Cove Yachts
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A late fall cruise through the Connecticut allows the author to see her home, and the new line of outboard-powered Back Coves in a new light.
The Back Cove 34O trades inboards for outboards, and lobsters for blue crabs. We took her for an extended sea trail to the Chesapeake Bay.
For the traditional Maine builder, their first outboard-powered vessel has changed the game.
Join us for a cruise aboard the Back Cove 34O, the first Back Cove Yachts designed from the ground up for outboard propulsion.
Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding and Managing Editor Simon Murray build tables for a pair of Back Coves. Who’s is better? They’ll never agree.
Join the editors as they learn how the Back Cove tables are sealed in epoxy.
Set to splash in August, the Back Cove 340 combines an outboard-optimized hull design with the proven, popular interior of its 32. Discover the future of the Back Cove brand here.
Out boat test of the Back Cove 32.
It’s always nice to see a builder staying true to its roots, which is just what Back Cove is doing with its new 32.
Ride along with Capt. Bill Pike on his boat test of the Back Cove 41.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Back Cove 41
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Back Cove 37
New Boats Notebook - Feb 2014, update on the Back Cove 41
A video of the Back Cove 34 from Back Cove Yachts.
Power & Motoryacht's boat test of the Back Cove 34
Power & Motoryacht's first impression of the Back Cove Yachts Downeast 37
Video footage of the Back Cove 37. She’s a pleasure to run, offers plenty of room for two, as well as occasional guests, is an excellent value, and she’ll turn heads when you bring her in.
PMYTV video of the Back Cove 33. The Back Cove 33 balances traditional Downeast styling with the latest in construction and design.