The new Back Cove 30 motor yacht is set to make its Australasian boat show debut at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 19-22 May 2011.
Australia, exclusive Australian importer of Back Cove Yachts, will have both the Back Cove 30 and Back Cove 37
on show and the company is looking forward to a positive event.
E Marine principal Jed Elderkin said he had seen an encouraging start to the year so far.
“We’ve sold four Back Cove boats in the first two months this year, so there are definitely serious buyers out there,” Mr Elderkin said.
“Sanctuary Cove is a fantastic show and we really hope 2011 will be a big one for us.
“I’m always excited to debut a new model at a boat show... the first Back Cove 30 arrived in Australia at the end of last year and we have already sold five of them – it’s a wonderful boat for this region.”
The new 30 epitomises Back Cove’s modern evolution of a time-honoured style. Presenting a traditional spoon bow, deep vee and stylish, gently sloping transom, the Back Cove 30 offers the elegance of a traditional Maine lobster boat. The hull has been constructed using state-of-the-art infusion technology for reduced weight and increased strength making this model even more fuel-efficient than its predecessor, the Back Cove 29.
Internally, the new boat features a comfortable V-berth that converts to seating around a saloon table. The Back Cove 30 also features a fully-equipped galley along with separate head and shower. Cockpit space is well laid-out and the helm position offers clear, all-round lines of sight; large signature windows create a bright and airy space in the cockpit deck.
The Back Cove 30 can reach cruising speeds of around 20kt with the standard 315hp diesel engine (upgrade available). With downward turning chines forward, the boat will plane with little effort meaning an efficient transition with little bow rise. Standard specification includes a bow thruster lending to the efficiency of the Back Cove 30 and making manoeuvring simple.
E Marine Australia to confirm your visit to the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.