Back Cove 37
Back Cove 37
Back Cove 37
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Back Cove 37
Back Cove 37
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Back Cove 37

Back Cove 37 Yacht

Those who spend their time on the water taking long-range cruises will immediately be enamored with the Back Cove 37. Its usability, fuel efficiency and low maintenance make it easy to spend hours traversing the water.

With ample storage in the master stateroom, a full guest cabin, large head with separate stall shower and a fully equipped galley, you and your guests can enjoy your days in complete comfort.

Large windows throughout the vessel keep the interior well lit. Abundant seating in the salon and on deck let your guests move about and relax as they desire.

Back Cove 37

Length Overall (incl. swim platform, bow sprit) 42’ 0” 12.80m
Hull Length (molded) 38’ 2” 11.64m
Beam (Max) 13’ 3” 4.01m
Draft (Hull) 28” .71m
Draft (Prop) 43” 1.09.m
Displacement (typ. full load) 22,100lbs 11.05t
Fuel 300 US Gals 1135.6l
Water 120 US Gals 454.3l

Hull
Back Cove white iso-npg gelcoat
Vinylester backup resin
VIP Resin Infused hull w/ PVC foam core sandwich
VIP Resin Infused foam core stringer system
Advanced prop pocket hull design
Awlgrip boot top
Molded cove stripe depression w/ “gold leaf” style stripe

Deck
Back Cove white iso-npg gelcoat w/ graystone anti-skid on walking surfaces
VIP Resin Infused balsa core sandwich structure
Mooring cleats forward, aft and spring line cleats. Aft cleats are pull-up style
Molded Composite bow sprit w/ stainless steel anchor roller and windlass
Anchor locker w/ ground tackle storage
Running lights
Teak accent stripe on cabin side
Custom 1-1/4’’ 316L stainless steel perimeter rail
SS handrails concealed under hardtop, port and starboard
Compressed air horn on hardtop (mast opt.)
(6) opening Port lights w/ insect screens and blinds
Port & starboard molded steps leading to side & fore deck
Molded quarter seating in cockpit w/ storage, port and starboard
Transom door on centerline
Swim platform w/ SS under-mount swim ladder
Hot and cold cockpit shower
Self draining cockpit

Mechanical Systems
Cummins QSB 480 hp electronic engine and marine gear
2.25’’ Aquamet shaft
4 Blade NiBrAl propeller
PSS Dripless shaft log
Binnacle mount electronic single lever engine control
Digital engine control panel w/ alarms and hour meter
Internal sea strainer
Racor Fuel Filter
8’’ Exhaust with two stage horizontal muffler
Electric actuated trim tabs port and starboard w/ helm indicators
SeaStar hydraulic steering w/ tilt helm pump
Sidepower bow thruster w/ joy stick control (SE80i)
Hot and cold pressurized water
11 gallon hot water heater w/ heat exchanger
Marelon sea valves on underwater thru hulls
Automatic Fireboy extinguisher system w/ manual back-up
Three zone air conditioning w/ reverse cycle heat

Electrical Systems
AC and DC control panels with polarity indicator
DC system battery management switching
DC breakers for electronics
Emergency cross over switch / ACR
(2) 110V AC 30 amp shorepower inlets & 50ft cord sets
AC shorepower system ELCI protected
Galvanic isolator
Onan 9.0 kw gen set in sound shield
GFI protected 110V circuits
Battery Charger
(2) 4D AGM house battery
(3) Group 31 AGM engine start battery
(3) 12VDC automatic bilge pumps
Bonding system w/ zinc transom anode
Mechanical / Utility space lighting (5) w/ bezel switch
Cockpit courtesy lights switched at transom door and helm
Cabin courtesy lights switched at helm and island berth in Master Stateroom
Overhead LED lights w/ dimmer control throughout Cabin, Galley, Helm Deck / Salon and Cockpit
Overhead tri-color LED light at helm station
12V outlets throughout vessel

Head / Sanitary System
Head w/ separate shower stall w/ bi-fold door
Molded seat in shower stall w/ storage beneath
Built-in vanity w/ sink
Lewmar hatch w/ OCEANair Skyscreen
Stainless steel opening ports (2) w/ insect screen and shade
Cherry framed mirror
Full length mirror on door
Solid surface countertop
Single lever faucet
Shower drain sump pump system
Fresh water electric MSD w/ holding tank
Waste tank monitor
Macerator for holding tank overboard discharge as permitted
Holding tank pump out fitting on deck
Sealed overhead lighting w/ bezel switch
Powered exhaust fan (12V)

Helm Deck / Salon Area
Clear anodized aluminum windows w/ opening windows port, starboard and center
Large multi-panel variable opening door system
(3) windshield wipers w/ fresh water washer system
Lewmar sliding hatch w/ OCEANair Skyscreen
Compass, illuminated
Stazo wood grain steering wheel
(2) Stidd 500N series helm seats
Large bilge storage below hem sole, access by gas strut assisted hatch
Large engine room hatch opens by switch-controlled actuator
“Teak and Holly” high pressure laminate sole w/ surface texture
L-Settee to starboard w/ hi-low table – converts to double berth
Double settee opposite w/ molded end table
Flip-down LCD TV in headliner w/ separate DVD player
Molded headliner with padded panel inserts
XM friendly stereo system w/ CD, MP3 jack and wired helm remote
Interior / cockpit speakers

Mid Galley
Electric two burner cook-top
AC/DC stainless steel, drawer-type fridge/freezer compartments
Large SS galley sink w/ single lever faucet & drop in cover
Solid surface countertop
Under-counter convection microwave
Drawer and doors storage below counter
Molded lighting soffit over countertop
“Teak and Holly” high pressure laminate sole w/ surface texture

Master Stateroom
Varnished Cherry interior joinery on molded composite hull liner
Lewmar hatch w/ OCEANair Skyscreen
“Teak and Holly” high pressure laminate cabin w/ surface texture
Molded headliner w/ padded panel inserts
Island queen berth w/ drawers and storage below
Shelves outboard w/ cherry fiddles
Cherry hull ceiling
Cedar lined hanging locker to port
Multi drawer dresser w/ dovetailed drawers to starboard

Guest Stateroom
Varnished Cherry interior joinery on molded composite hull liner
Lewmar hatch w/ OCEANair Skyscreen
“Teak and Holly” high pressure laminate sole w/ surface texture
Molded headliner with padded panel inserts
Wide double berth with drawers under
Cedar lined hanging locker
Cherry headboard
Cherry hull ceilings on hull sides

Down East Yachting is pleased to provide performance data for the Back Cove 37:

Back Cove 37, D-003 – Yanmar 6CXM-GTE (530-mHp)

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Notes:

-Avg. performance measured APR 2009 with 8 crew (~1400lbs.), 80% fuel (240gal.), full water (120gal.). with no bottom paint, 150lbs. of tools., no owner’s gear
-Estimated Displacement: 22,000 lbs (no crew aboard)
-Clear, Wind – moderate at 5kts., Ambient Air Temp.: 45deg.
-Seas Calm, Sea Water Temp.: 40deg.
-Speed measured by GPS. Average of reciprocal runs in Rockland Harbor, ME
-Engine: Yanmar 6CX (530-mhp @ 3000 rpm) with 2.5:1 ZF 286A reduction gear.
-Propeller: 28″ X 30.9″, ZF FPS (0.75 DAR) x 2.25″ bore, 4-blade, NiBrAl, with #2 cup.
-Fuel Consumption calculated by integral Yanmar engine fuel flow gauging equipment.
-Range based on 90% of 300gal. fuel capacity.
-Recommended max. continuous cruise speed is @ 2800 RPM.
-Performance data is subject to change depending on tankage, temperature and other factors.
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Back Cove 37, D-001 – Cummins QSC 8.3 (600-mHp)

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Notes:

-Based on performance measured 01/29/2009 with 4 crew (~800lbs.), 92% fuel (276gal.), full water (120gal.). with no bottom paint, 150lbs. of tools., no owner’s gear; no mast
-Vessel Displacement at time of trial: 22,100 lbs (no crew aboard)
-Clear, Wind – W moderate at 10-16kts., Ambient Air Temp.: 28deg.F.
-Seas 1-2ft chop, Sea Water Temp.: 34deg.F.
-Speed measured by GPS. Average of reciprocal runs in Rockland Harbor, Rockland, ME.
-Engine: Cummins QSC 8.3 (600-mhp @ 3000 rpm) with 2.3:1 ZF 286A reduction gear.
-Propeller: 28″ X 31″, ZF FPS (0.75 DAR) x 2.25″ bore, 4-blade, NiBrAl, with #3 cup.
-Fuel Consumption calculated by integral Cummins-Mercruiser engine fuel flow gauging equipment. Range based on 90% of 300gal. fuel capacity.
-Recommended max. continuous cruise speed is @ 2700 RPM.
-Performance data is subject to change depending on tankage, temperature and other factors.
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Back Cove 37′, D-084 Cummins QSB 6.7 (480-mHp)

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Notes:

-Based on performance measured 07/30/2014 with 7crew(~1000lbs.), 90%fuel(255gal.), fullwater(120gal.).
-Estimated displacement at trial: 21000 lbs
-Clear, Wind – S light at 4-5kts., Ambient Air Temp.: 75-80 deg.F.
-Seas calm, waves < 2ft, Sea Water Temp.: 65deg.F.
-Speed measured by GPS. Single run in West Penobscot Bay, Rockland, ME.
-Engine: Cummins QSB 6.7 (480-mhp @ 3300 rpm) with 2.5:1 ZF 85A reduction gear.
-Propeller: 24″ X 31.5″, (0.85 DAR) x 2.25″ bore, 4-blade, NiBrAl, with #3 cup.
-Fuel Consumption calculated by integral Cummins-Mercruiser engine fuel flow gauging equipment. Range based on 90% of 300gal. fuel capacity.
-Recommended max. continuous cruise speed is @ 3300 RPM.
-Performance data is subject to change depending on tankage, temperature and other factors.
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