“For years, we have enjoyed hearing from our 37 Owners about the boat’s legendarily friendly ride and hull characteristics, and listened intently to every suggestion for improvement,” Kevin Burns, vice president of product development and design, stated in a press release. “In 2020, the production molds used to build the 37′s composite parts finally surrendered to boatbuilding wear and tear, and needed to be taken offline for rehabilitation. We took this opportunity to reexamine the 37 with all of that owner feedback and our recent design advancements in mind.”
The Back Cove 372 will have a more efficient 24-volt DC electrical system, a Volvo Penta D8 engine option, a Side-Power SE 100 bow thruster, reduced glare at the helm, and more space for navigation electronics. A wood-framed smart TV will be in the salon, and the boat will have an upgraded Fusion Apollo stereo system.
Are there more changes coming in the Back Cove 372? Yes. They include optional EPS steering, an optional MakeFast shade in the cockpit, and optional teak cockpit tables.
Where to learn more: visit backcoveyachts.com