Meet the Redesigned Back Cove 372

The new-look Back Cove 372 will replace the Back Cove 37 this autumn.

Back Cove Yachts 372
A fixed, glazed pilothouse window and bi-fold window to the salon are just a couple of updates on the Back Cove Yachts 372. Courtesy Back Cove Yachts

Back Cove Yachts in Maine is updating its Back Cove 37, which will relaunch as the Back Cove 372 this fall.

The inboard-powered, Down East cruising yacht is being redesigned more than a decade after it originally launched in 2009. More than 200 hulls are on the water.

According to Back Cove, production molds gave out in 2020 from wear and tear, providing an opportunity to incorporate new features and design enhancements.


Changes for the Back Cove 372 include 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 enhanced sightlines; an aft-facing cockpit seat to starboard with a folding armrest and drink holder; a new salon door to port with a bifold window to starboard; a reconfigured head and redesigned shower stall; and an upgraded Side-Power SE100 bow thruster.

Where to see the Back Cove 372: The model is expected to debut at the United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland, this October. 

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