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About Back Cove Yachts

Back Cove Yachts Logo 23 Merrill Drive
Rockland, me 04841
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Back Cove Yachts was launched from Rockland, Maine(ME) in 2002 when boat dealers were asking for a downeast boat in a smaller size. Customers had liked the Maine lobster boats and wanted a single engine diesel that would help with fuel economy and be a reliable cruising boat. Back Cove Yachts and Sabre Yachts are sister companies and together they are the biggest boating manufacturing company for pleasure boate rs in Maine. With the history of boat building, Maine was America's first manufacturer of ships that sailed the seas. Leaning on that heritage, Maine's finest builders are making Back Cove Yachts.

The design team at Back Cove Yachts have the responsibility of taking the vision and transcribing it into the the finished yacht down to the smallest elements. These designers shape and help evolve each model as they improve the building details and update the construction process. The creation of hull design and the sculpting of the deck outline is done by technical sketches with detailed measurements in 3D down to the finished drawings.

The finished product at Back Cove is as elegant as it is practical. The cockpits give plenty of space to move around in and the whole system is well thought out with comfort and convenience of the boaters in mind. Back Cove Yachts are easy to drive making the trip aspect a joyful experience. Back Cove had listened to it customers as well as other brand owners to make sure they are providing exactly what is needed while adding new ideas and innovative solutions. Many boaters owning Back Cove Yachts are seasoned boat owners and are serious about that they want and need. Back Cove offers them the yachts of their dreams.

About Pilot House Boats

Pilot House Boats feature a fully enclosed cockpit with large windows and are built to ride rough seas while allowing the passengers to stay dry. These boats can be powered by outboards, stern drives, or inboard. Pilot Houses are popular for many types of fishing and cruising.
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